We spend our entire lives in them, looking for them, or trying to extricate ourselves from them. Maybe we’ve read lots about them. Certainly we’ve discussed them, agonized over them, rued the day we ever got involved in them and celebrated them when they’re going well.
But how much do we really know about the inner workings of … our relationships.
Today on Thinking with Somebody Else’s Head, Dr. Claudia Pacheco and I will turn a magnifying glass on love and relationships. A popular subject on our Podcast.
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A number of months ago, I produced a couple of Podcasts with Dr. Claudia Pacheco on love and relationships. A listener recently listened to those, and wrote me a nice e-mail asking me if Claudia could answer some specific questions for her about the subject. Claudia agreed, and so … here we are.