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Endorsements (by receipt date)

Weaving together the insights from the ancient traditions and the latest neuroscience, The Forgotten Art of Love will inspire you to find the sublime beauty in everyday acts of love.  This book will strengthen the many kinds of love that make our social lives so richly complex and meaningful.


Dacher Keltner, Ph.D.

Professor, UC Berkeley

Author of The Power Paradox and Born To Be Good

Wise, thoughtful, and beautifully written, THE FORGOTTEN ART OF LOVE is a book you will not soon forget.

Daniel Gilbert, Ph.D.

Professor, Harvard University

Author of Stumbling on Happiness


In a thought provoking, accessible, wide ranging, and ultimately satisfying analysis, Armin Zadeh addresses one of the greatest mysteries of life—What is Love? Even more importantly, he describes how we can improve our capacity to love and how we can teach our children of its importance.​


Peter V. Rabins, M.D., M.P.H.

Professor, Johns Hopkins University

Author of The Why of Things

If you're looking for a clearer understanding of the ‘whys’ behind love — as it applies to sex, religion, romance, society, and ourselves — take a deep dive into this enlightening philosophical and scientific exploration of all that love invites into our world. Armin Zadeh guides readers on a vast and fascinating mental trip in a space often reserved only for our hearts. He's likely to change the way you think and feel about love in the process.


Scott Stabile

Author of Big Love: The Power of Living with a Wide-Open Heart

In The Forgotten Art of Love physician Armin Zadeh reminds us in eloquent and well-reasoned prose just how important and difficult healthy loving is. With a scientist's critical mind and an artist’s careful eye he unpacks the different types of love we all have the capacity to feel and in so doing teaches us how to feel them all. A inspiring book that couldn’t be more timely!


Alex Lickerman, M.D.

Author of The Undefeated Mind

We know that love is a many splendored thing but what is this thing called love? The Forgotten Art of Love provides some maps to greater understanding as well as insights and ways better to appreciate some of the the mysteries on the wide spectrum of what love is and what it isn’t as well as how to love.  Armin Zadeh takes us beyond Eric Fromm’s seminal The Art of Loving  into a broader historical and contemporary understanding of what we really mean and may indeed be talking about when we talk about love.


Michael Krasny

Host of Forum and author of Spiritual Envy

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