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Scott will outline how love songs, romantic movies, biological research and psychological theory have attempted to explain the elusive concept of love. He will also share some of the things that he learned about love from the women and men with whom he worked in couples counseling. Then, members of the fellowship will be invited to share their experiences and insights about love.

Scott Mabe, and his wife Beth, are recent members of the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of the Rappahannock. Before his retirement, Scott was a family and couples counselor for 25 years and later taught psychology at Rappahannock Community College for 15 years.

UUFR-VA members pose next to the the entrance sign in front of the church.


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