The Neuroscience of Attraction
Want to know what it takes to keep the attraction alive long term? Do you ever second guess your instincts and decisions when it comes to sex and relationships? If you’re looking to deepen your relationship, or call in the right one, then kick back and tune into this week’s podcast. We’re diving into the neuroscience of attraction, and much more with Dr. Nancy Lee.
Dr. Nancy is a clinical psychologist and author of Don’t Sleep with Him Yet: A Badass Guide to Dating in 10 Empowering Steps. She is a leading practitioner of cognitive behavior therapy who specializes in a wide range of behavioral health issues ranging from depression and anxiety to male/female psychosexual desire and functioning.
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In the new age of #MeToo and Time’s Up, women have become emboldened to speak up about what they really want in consensual relationships, too. Dr. Lee demonstrates how to stop people pleasing and let go of self-doubt to finally find the fulfilling romantic relationship you desire and deserve no matter where you are in the dating field – Gen Z, Millennial, Gen Xer, or Boomer. Dr. Lee offers hands-on, specific proactive tools that help women take back dignity and self-respect in dating and relationships.
Dr. Lee’s authenticity shines as she shares what she has learned in over two decades of helping patients with nearly every dating and relationship issue imaginable, not to mention her own hard-won life lessons. Don’t’ Sleep With Him Yet is as much about finding happiness within—while you simultaneously find yourself desired, valued, and ultimately, loved—for keeps.
Find out more about Dr. Nancy, and check out her new book, Don’t Sleep with Him Yet: A Badass Guide to Dating in 10 Empowering Steps HERE.
Also, find her on Insta here.
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