Dr. Louann Brizendine's Why "Y" Matters, Exploring the Differences in Men and Women's Brains
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Combining two of the Bay Area's most popular trips into one spectacular all-day tour, Extranomical Adventures and its friendly guides take guests north over the Golden Gate Bridge to the Muir Woods National Monument to explore the park and marvel at the natural beauty of the 250-foot Redwoods. Then the excursion heads to both Sonoma and Napa Counties, visiting three small boutique wineries for included tastings. In between, you'll stop at the historic Sonoma Plaza to grab lunch on your own and shop, before heading back to the city. Learn More
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For all those times you’ve wondered “Why?,” Brizendine has the answers. A neuropsychiatrist, Brizendine has studied why our brains lead us to act and react the way we do. Founder of the Women’s Mood and Hormone Clinic, Brizendine first focused on the female brain, studying the neurology behind the emotions and actions of women, and coming to conclusions that helped answer many of those “why” questions that females kept asking her. Now she has answers for the other half. Brizendine explores the male brain, showing how, through every phase of life, the “male reality” is fundamentally different from the female one.
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