Heartbreak Help From Science, with Amy Alkon and Dr. Jennifer Verdolin | SourceCast
Search
Settings

Coverage for Central Oregon, by Central Oregonians.
100% Local. No Paywalls.

Every day, the Source publishes a mix of locally reported stories on our website, keeping you up to date on developments in news, food, music and the arts. We’re committed to covering this city where we live, this city that we love, and we hear regularly from readers who appreciate our ability to put breaking news in context.

The Source has been a free publication for its 22 years. It has been free as a print version and continued that way when we began to publish online, on social media and through our newsletters.

But, as most of our readers know, times are different for local journalism. Tech giants are hoovering up small businesses and small-business advertising—which has been the staple for locally owned media. Without these resources, journalism struggles to bring coverage of community news, arts and entertainment that social media cannot deliver.

Please consider becoming a supporter of locally owned journalism through our Source Insider program. Learn more about our program’s benefits by clicking through today.

Support Us Here

Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Heartbreak Help From Science, with Amy Alkon and Dr. Jennifer Verdolin

Posted By on Wed, Dec 28, 2016 at 3:37 PM


Welcome to "HumanLab: The Science Between Us," with Amy Alkon and Dr. Jennifer Verdolin.

Welcome to a very special show with science-based advice columnist and author Amy Alkon and animal behaviorist and author Dr. Jennifer Verdolin laying out science news you can use to solve your relationship problems or just improve your relationships and have a better life.

Join us tonight for an enlightening show on heartbreak — why it's actually adaptive and how to recover from it — with science from both the human and animal world.

And don’t forget to buy our science-based and amusing books — support our show while entertaining yourself and learning a thing or two to improve your life. Amy’s book is "Good Manners for Nice People Who Sometimes Say F*ck" and Jennifer’s is "Wild Connection: What Animal Courtship and Mating Tell Us about Human Relationships."


Tags: , , , , , , , ,

Pin It
Favorite

Comments

Subscribe to this thread:

Add a comment

Newsletter Signup

Get Central Oregon daily news
directly in your inbox

More by Hayley Jo Murphy

Latest in SourceCast

© 2020 LAY IT OUT INC | 704 NW GEORGIA AVE, BEND, OREGON 97703  |   Privacy Policy

Website powered by Foundation