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How to Love

From: Barry Vogel
Series: Radio Curious
Length: 29:00

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Radio-curious-logosmall_small Most everybody thinks about love and many people say, "I love you", but how is loved defined? The book "How To Love" written by psychiatrist Dr. Gordon Livingston answers these and many other questions about love and how to find a compatible and pleasurable partnership. In this interview, we discuss how to choose more carefully in matters of love to get what we desire and deserve. The song "Do You Love Me?" from the musical "Fiddler On The Roof" is our background music. Dr. Gordon Livingston spoke from his home in Columbia, Maryland on July 13, 2009,where he lives and practices psychiatry. The conversation began asking Dr. Livingston to define love.

The book Dr. Gordon Livingston recommends is "All He Ever Wanted," by Anita Shreve. The music for this week's program is "Do You Love Me?" from the musical "Fiddler On The Roof".

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Piece Description

Most everybody thinks about love and many people say, "I love you", but how is loved defined? The book "How To Love" written by psychiatrist Dr. Gordon Livingston answers these and many other questions about love and how to find a compatible and pleasurable partnership. In this interview, we discuss how to choose more carefully in matters of love to get what we desire and deserve. The song "Do You Love Me?" from the musical "Fiddler On The Roof" is our background music. Dr. Gordon Livingston spoke from his home in Columbia, Maryland on July 13, 2009,where he lives and practices psychiatry. The conversation began asking Dr. Livingston to define love.

The book Dr. Gordon Livingston recommends is "All He Ever Wanted," by Anita Shreve. The music for this week's program is "Do You Love Me?" from the musical "Fiddler On The Roof".

Broadcast History

Originally broadcast July 13, 2009.

Musical Works

Title Artist Album Label Year Length
Do You Love Me John Williams Fiddler on the Roof Soundtrack. 1962 :30

Related Website

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