The Social Animal: The Hidden Sources of Love, Character, and Achievement - chapters 13-16 Summary & Analysis

David H. M. Brooks
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chapters 13-16 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 13: Limerence contains the following subheads: Status Sonar; Motivation; The Urge to Merge; Bliss; and Eros.

Erica and Harold met at Starbuck's for coffee. Erica told Harold her background and then laid out the job and its requirements. Harold accepted. After many months of working together, Harold and Erica began to spend time together outside work.

Harold began to take notice of his status sonar - the pluses and minuses that add up to indicate whether or not we are pleased with our lives and personal growth.

Harold began to crave Erica. He felt as if she had taken over his life. For the first time, Harold began to understand how some pagan religions could view love as a god.

The yearning for harmony can manifest itself in strange ways. This is one reason people are eager to conform...

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