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Dec 07, 2019 - 14:41 PM By Edwin A. Locke Ellen Kenner

Just about everything most of us have learned about how to find love is wrong That s the premise of The Selfish Path to Romance Love is not about sacrifice Real, lasting romance comes when you are certain about yourself, your needs, and your worth In the words of top selling novelist and philosopher Ayn Rand, It is one s one personal, selfish happiness that one seeks,Just about everything most of us have learned about how to find love is wrong That s the premise of The Selfish Path to Romance Love is not about sacrifice Real, lasting romance comes when you are certain about yourself, your needs, and your worth In the words of top selling novelist and philosopher Ayn Rand, It is one s one personal, selfish happiness that one seeks, earns and derives from love Authors Dr Edwin Locke and Dr Ellen Kenner are inspired by the work of philosopher and novelist Ayn Rand Their book explores Ayn Rand s belief that the assertion of your own needs and values is the foundation of love The Selfish Path to Romance offers a no nonsense, rational alternative for those who are serious about finding and sustaining a lifetime romance Be prepared to have your preconceptions shattered, your intuition challenged, and be ready for candid introspection.
  • Title: Selfish Path to Romance: How to Love With Passion & Reason, Inspired by Ayn Rand
  • Author: Edwin A. Locke Ellen Kenner
  • ISBN: 9780982411759
  • Page: 408
  • Format: Paperback

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Kiki Dec 07, 2019 - 14:41 PM
I found this book to be very challenging in the sense that it not only challenges the concepts of love and marriage many of us have been taught, but it also challenges one to be a better person as well in order to build a new idea of a healthy relationship. I personally love self-help books with exercises, and this book did not disappoint. I like the practical application that the questions at the end of each chapter provided. So thought provoking, I felt the book would be applicable to a wide a [...]
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Ash Ryan Dec 07, 2019 - 14:41 PM
This is the first book about romance written from the perspective of Ayn Rand's philosophy of Objectivismbut really, it's kind of just common sense. The problem is that the Judeo-Christian/altruist ethics have dominated our culture for so long that they tend to override common sense when it comes to trying to deal with difficult issues in relationships.[return][return]The basic approach taken by Locke and Kenner is that you don't want to be either an altruist or a narcissist (a term they take fr [...]
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David Dec 07, 2019 - 14:41 PM
This book is unique in that all of the advice contained in it is based on the premise that rational egoism is not only compatible with romantic love, but is actually a requirement for a fulfilling relationship with another person. It brings together advice covered in several lecture courses on introspection and romance in one compact book that can serve as a reference. In my opinion, the chapters on effective communication and constructive methods for dealing with conflict are worth the purchase [...]
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Miranda Barzey Dec 07, 2019 - 14:41 PM
I don't think the authors really decided who their audience was for this book. I think for seasoned Objectivists/Ayn Rand fans, it is too basic. It was more of a refresher of ideas than a book that really challenged my beliefs or introduced new ideas. For non-Objectivists, I think it didn't explain enough of Ayn Rand's philosophy. For instance, some words and concepts which have very specific meanings for Objectivists were not clarified. I think this lack of direction makes it a good, but not gr [...]
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Kim Dec 07, 2019 - 14:41 PM
Very deep book. I read it in only a few days because every section had something I could have picked straight from my own life or relationship. It was eye opening. I understand some issues now that I knew were going on but that I couldn't explicitly name. I didn't even wait until I was finished reading it before I passed it onto my husband.
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Jonathan Bolton Dec 07, 2019 - 14:41 PM
Excellent. If I find someone who is semi-rational, I will be ready! ;)
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Selfish Path to Romance: How to Love With Passion & Reason, Inspired by Ayn Rand By Edwin A. Locke Ellen Kenner Just about everything most of us have learned about how to find love is wrong That s the premise of The Selfish Path to Romance Love is not about sacrifice Real, lasting romance comes when you are certain about yourself, your needs, and your worth In the words of top selling novelist and philosopher Ayn Rand, It is one s one personal, selfish happiness that one seeks,Just about everything most of us have learned about how to find love is wrong That s the premise of The Selfish Path to Romance Love is not about sacrifice Real, lasting romance comes when you are certain about yourself, your needs, and your worth In the words of top selling novelist and philosopher Ayn Rand, It is one s one personal, selfish happiness that one seeks, earns and derives from love Authors Dr Edwin Locke and Dr Ellen Kenner are inspired by the work of philosopher and novelist Ayn Rand Their book explores Ayn Rand s belief that the assertion of your own needs and values is the foundation of love The Selfish Path to Romance offers a no nonsense, rational alternative for those who are serious about finding and sustaining a lifetime romance Be prepared to have your preconceptions shattered, your intuition challenged, and be ready for candid introspection.

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