Look at your broken heart with the curiosity of a naturalist, as you would pay close attention to your pet, to understand what is going on. The pain of mourning and heartbreak is neurologically similar to being submitted to torture. There seems to be only one way to end that agony; neurobiology calls it an evolutionary jump and psychologists call it an increase in consciousness. The whole brain must re-configure its connections and its thinking about love and relationships. Lori Pye, PhD, joins us to talk about Ginette Paris’ book Heartbreak: New Approaches to Healing – Recovering from lost love and mourning. A wider definition of love and a deeper understanding of its psychology will free you of the obsession for the missing partner and will teach your heart to love in a wiser manner.