Internet dating and the chase
Research findings, case studies and personal accounts are used to build and clarify why men chase, why women choose.Maslar's book is a delight because her gentle humor comes at the most unexpected times and makes reading and rereading a joy.She has a knack for not allowing the science to overwhelm the subject matter.She uses it to complement and explain the process of moving from acquaintance to romantic love and then on to “love every after”.
Maslar mixes scientific concepts, often with humor, making it a light and enjoyable read.
She was voted one of the Top 20 Most Followed Dating Experts on twitter and Best 28 Dating, Marriage and Relationship Blogs in the UK to follow in 2015. She really identifies how your brain works when it comes to love.
Her work has been featured on South Florida Today, Pittsburgh Tribune and NPR. I recommend this to anyone looking to figure out why they make the choices they do and reevaluate your "dating process". Educates while it entertains, and the enjoyable and open narratives make if feel like you're sitting down with a friend over coffee talking about these things. :-)Maslar has written a winner on the topic of love; I read Chapter 9 three times.
A clear definition of love as a biochemical process, one of personal growth, was presented at the beginning and then used as the anchor throughout the book.
She pulls you smoothly along by posing questions, questions that I had begun to form in my mind as I read and wanted answered. Carefully worded subtitles focus and simplify the content.