How do I know if he's the one? Is there a seven-year itch? Do chat up lines work and, if so, which ones? There is academic research out there that can answer these questions: Dr Luisa Dillner, author of the Guardian column 'Love by Numbers', has sifted through it to give you the facts about flirting, dating, marrying, cheating and much more...
Dr Luisa Dillner is a doctor and a publishing director at the British Medical Journal Publishing Group. Published by the Guardian, the Observer, Cosmopolitan, Vogue and Elle, she has also written for the famous Mumsnet website where her letters for mothers have been sent out for seven years. She has four children, lives in London and most importantly has a perfect long term relationship...
Dr Luisa Dillner is a doctor and a publishing director at the British Medical Journal Publishing Group. She lives in London, with her four children and most importantly is in a perfect long term relationship!
Dr Luisa Dillner's "Love by Numbers" is absolutely not your typical
relationship self-help column -- and this new book, based on that
column, is absolutely not your typical self-help book. Luisa
burrows into the research, emerges triumphantly bearing aloft the
relevant statistics, then uses them to provide advice that is
useful, yet delightfully written. Read this book for interest, read
it for entertainment, read it to throw light on any question you
might want to ask about relationships! -- Susan Quilliam, author of
The New Joy of Sex
I really enjoyed this book, it is full of interesting, statistically significant, love facts! Perfect for anyone trying to understand why love makes us behave the way we do... -- Dr. Linda Papadopoulos, bestselling author of WHAT MEN SAY, WHAT WOMEN HEAR
Brilliant * Cosmopolitan *
Her fascinating findings throw a new light on the dilemmas of dating, marriage and romance * Daily Mail *
Helpful and informed, you may be surprised by some of Dr Dillner's findings! -- Louise Purser * OK! *
Set out in a simple question and answer format, it is easy to digest, and reading research into what other people have done in various predicaments is strangely reassuring. -- Lucy Dodwell * New Scientist *
Dillner will clear your head and put your mind at ease with hard numbers (and find British humour) * Good Health & Medicine, Australia *