LoveTalk

2009, 92 minutes

LoveTalk offers you the chance to really understand the differences between men and women and what we want in relationships, what is the basis for attraction and polarity and what are the secrets to creating amazing and fulfilling relationships. It is an

Relationships are wonderful gifts in our lives. They are the foundation for everything we do. They can take us to incredible heights or bring us enormous pain. We want to experience passion, intimacy, true love, freedom to express what we feel, a sense of adventure and growing but at the same time we’re afraid of rejection and start to expect what the other person can’t give. What is even more difficult is that we learn relationships from the “scripts” our parents passed on to us. We often act “just like dad” or react the way “mum” did. We never learn how to have relationships or what makes a great relationship great. We feel incomplete with who we are and we look at the other person to complete us. On top of that we are making masks that we think the other person would find attractive rather than present ourselves as we truly are. We know that men and women are different, not only from the way we communicate with each other but even in the way our brains are wired. When we start understanding each other and stop trying to change our partner into what we want them to be then we can focus on how we turn up to be in the relationship and take responsibility for our happiness. LoveTalk offers you the chance to really understand the differences between men and women and what we want in relationships, what is the basis for attraction and polarity and what are the secrets to creating amazing and fulfilling relationships. It is an unblinking look at what we really need if we are not in a relationship and how to turn things around if we are at the brink of divorce. Through candid and powerful interviews with world’s leading experts, we are taking on a journey that explains the purpose of relationships and the nature of pair bonding, what happens in the brain when we fall in love and why communication is the glue in relationships.



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