Yesterday we heard from Eliot Spitzer on what he believed love to be.
Today we hear from Elizabeth Gilbert, the author of the megaseller, Eat, Pray, Love.
Eat, Pray, Love, was Elizabeth Gilbert’s memoir of the year she spent traveling after a painful divorce. Called “wise, jaunty, human, ethereal, heartbreaking,” the book has been a worldwide success, and has been published in over thirty languages with over 7 million copies in print.
In this interview, Elizabeth Gilbert shares her thoughts on a variety of topics related to love, relationships and sex, including:
***Is it possible to balance friendship with romance?
***What’s the difference between love and healthy love?
***Does marriage kill love?
***What is this institution called marriage?
***What do partners want from each other in a relationship?
***The role of expectations in a relationship