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I was doubtful, but this book not only changed my perceptions of love, it changed the frequency of love's expression inside and outside of my home. My first experience with positivity resonance was while donating blood. I felt a new connection with the nurse who took my medical history and stabbed my finger. She made me feel valuable, secure, understood and I felt love, nothing romantic, nothing sexual, but physical, intimate, worthy. Her touch, her professional movements, her skill were irresistible, and I loved her for it. It will take me several more listens to more fully understand this kind of love, but I try to get it and give it every day at work, and it has made a big difference in my interactions.
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What made the experience of listening to Love 2.0 the most enjoyable?
The narration. The author reads the book. This is many times a big turn off in audiobooks. Being a skilled writer guarantees nothing about one's ability to present what is written. This is a wonderful exception. This book is as much a poem as it is a work of science. The science is good, I'm a natural savant at the subject matter and the science is spot on. However it is as a poem this book shines. The author understands and believes what she is saying. This is important. The book is not about sweeping changes. It is about the cumulative effects of many small changes, small moments of time and love which combined over time change everything. Not quantitatively, but qualitatively. The world becomes a much different place. Understanding this allows the words to be beautiful. It is a beauty intended to share something not typically seen, but important.
What did you like best about this story?
If you've ever wondered why love fails to live up to the advertising, this book tells why. It debunks "true love" in favor of love that is true, love that can exist in our ordinary mixed up world. Truth is compelling. Love, if nothing else, should be truth.
What does Barbara Fredrickson bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
As I said before, this is not a "showy" solution. Small steps becoming big things seems counter-intuitive. The author's genuine belief in her work might just break through your pre-conceptions enough for you to try it. To appreciate this book, you have to actually try it.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
Completely impossible to make into a movie, though it could make a really good song. I could see a lot of great music coming from this book.
Any additional comments?
Do you want the fantasy, or a new fantasy that can actually work? Do you want the deep inter-connections that love makes possible?
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