“I’ve found I can change the conversation at any social gathering by mentioning Louann Brizendine’s book, The Female Brain.” —David Brooks, New York Times. A physician argues the female brain is hard-wired to negotiate and me frustrated with “The Female Brain,” Louann Brizendine’s effort to. Since Dr. Brizendine wrote The Female Brain ten years ago, the response has been overwhelming. This New York Times bestseller has been.
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Okay, this is serious. Scientist simply couldn’t, and didn’t have the equipment, to understand the female brain in relation to the male brain.
The Female Brain
Not that she doesn’t have a right to spew her drivel on the world, but damn, do I wish that no one would ever read it. It helped me to understand so many things about myself, that I had never fully understood before.
I’m more interested in how they know and how they evaluate what they see and feel and how that differs from the way I see myself. Though referenced like a work of research, Brizedine’s writing style is fully accessible. Louahn page was last edited on 27 Decemberat I have thoroughly enjoyed reading this book and learned a lot by reading it.
We ALL need to read this, and brin need to get our significant others to read it, too. Download our Spring Fiction Sampler Now. Instead, it’s about the different ways in which both brains operate.
I stopped reading this book on page Scientists speculate that though a woman is slower to act out of anger, once her faster verbal circuits get going, they can cause her to unleash a barrage of angry words that a man cant match.
The best she can often hope for is that he is an attentive listener. Could the hormonal changes to girls in the early teenage years might make them suddenly more prone to getting depressed?
During a separation, motivation for reunion can reach a fever pitch in the brain. I usually read two books if their subject matter allows me to not keep with it the whole time.
Louann Brizendine – The Female Brain – Tom Butler-Bowdon
She teaches extremely handful and remarkable thoughts about how women work, e. Sure enough, I could identify with a lot of things that were being discussed in the text. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. We are hard wired to reproduce and our brains are still trying to get us to do this despite our birth control technology. This is a book I think every woman should read – and ideally, every man too. Men, on the other hand, have more processors in the amygdala, a part of the brain which regulates fear and aggression.
Science and society have made much further leaps and bounds than our slowly evolving bodies and it will be quite a while before we make that next evolutionary leap. It is covert slut-shaming. Description In this groundbreaking book, Dr Louann Brizendine describes the uniquely flexible structure of the female brain and its constant, dynamic state of change – the key difference that separates it from that of the male – and reveals how women think, what they value, how they communicate, and whom they’ll love.
I would still rate the book at 2 stars for the saving grace of the book, in my opinion – a few thought provoking ideas peppered throughout the book.
But the original research doesn’t really say that. A female baby comes into the world wired to notice faces and hear vocal tones better.
We are experiencing technical difficulties. And thus, you can discount them whenever you want. However, I can completely understand why many woman are outraged by such a book. Read by Louann Brizendine, M.
But even that seemed wrong. She just takes a small portion of it to prove her point. This book is about the brain chemistry of why woman think they way that they do and does not at all intend to make anyone some superior or inferior in the relationship. Try reading with an open mind and realize that she isn’t trying to oppress women but is merely showing the relationship of evolution to the human brain.
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