Do you love being single? Do you think that hardly anyone answers yes to that question? Wrong! A new survey of single people in the U.S., the UK, and China, by the digital marketing group JWT Intelligence, produced this remarkable conclusion: “…the majority of respondents – regardless of age, gender or nationality – say that … Continue reading Community of Single People: 3,433 Members from 100 Nations
It’s already back to school time soon. I’ve been a professor for over twenty years, and here I share some questions that new parents have as they launch their students for what promises to be a life-changing and life-enhancing, journey. Hopefully, this advice will provide some reassurance and support, especially for newbie college families. Source: … Continue reading The Top Five Questions Asked By New College Parents
I used to think self love meant being the prettiest I can be, displaying a façade of perfection to the world on social media, and denying any of my hidden fears and doubts. How wrong I was. Self love begins and ends internally. It cannot be contingent on how others feel about us, what they … Continue reading 10 Steps to Self Love
Three Women is a bestselling new book on sexual desire written by journalist Lisa Taddeo. It offers a deep dive into the sex lives and relationships of three American women who live in different parts of the country. These women include Maggie, who has a sexual relationship with one of her teachers in high school … Continue reading When Women Get Blamed For Men’s Infidelity
The idea of "emotional needs" is one of the more harmful notions of pop-psychology. The term came into popular discourse in the 1980s, in what is known as the culture of self-obsession, which has grown steadily, as scores on measures of narcissism indicate. The concept of emotional needs is derived from a misunderstanding of Abraham … Continue reading The Curse of “Emotional Needs”
Free-living dog pack Source: Image from Pretenderrs, Creative Content License CC(0) Among humans your social rank determines how people behave toward you. For example, whether they show you respect or whether they snipe, take pot shots or plan overt aggression toward you. The same holds for dogs. The rank of any canine in a group … Continue reading Are the Top Dogs on the Social Ladder Targets of Aggression?
Narcissism gets a lot of attention these days, between politics and corporate leadership. Now that commercial DNA tests are revealing long-held family secrets a new category of narcissism is emerging; motherly narcissism. Among most Non-Paternal Events (NPE) who discover secret paternity, mothers display a surprising amount of narcissism. Adoptees seem to experience this to a lesser degree … Continue reading Motherly Narcissism