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  • The Culture of Love is closely allied to Self-Love, to the Culture of Touch and Natural Family Living, and to Solar Culture.
  • Book Why Love Matters by Sue Gerhardt. It explains why loving relationships are essential to brain development in the early years, and how these early interactions can have lasting consequences for future emotional and physical health. Daniel Goleman, the author of Emotional Intelligence, says that this book is 'a must-read for every parent, teacher, physician and politician'.
  • Book The Scientification of Love by Dr Michel Odent. As this review states, Love is a strategy for human survival. Buy the 1999 edition here (USA) or here (UK); note there is also a later 2014 edition. Or listen to a podcast on this subject here.
  • Beware of 'trauma bonds', of love without healthy boundaries. “When you are sufficiently desperate for validation, even abuse can feel like love.” (Jeff Vogel, albeit he was writing about video game development, posted 7 September 2016, accessed 8 September 2016) The bestseller book Women Who Love Too Much by Robin Norwood can help those who are in obsessive relationships, who believe love means being in pain. Also see BBC.
  • Be wary of blindly loving gurus. Rather you can - even must - become Love! If you need a physical symbol for God, rather try the Sun (as I do). 
  • In fact, you are Love - you just may not have (re)connected with it yet. The animal in you has a template of Love. The angel in you is truly Love.
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By love, the pain becomes healing. (Rumi)

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