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Theories and literature on the biopsychological dimensions of love

Theories and literature on the biopsychological dimensions of love: A broad exploration of evolutionary-developmental perspectives on romantic love, mirror neurons, interpersonal limbic synchronicity, neuroplastic interventions for trauma pathway resolution, and transpersonal ego death experiences… 3,042 more words

The underpinnings of violence...

The underpinnings of violence are often present in some form or another and may be represented by a marginalized demeanor and extremist views ” according to Michael Sefton, Ph.D., Director of Psychological Services at Whittier Rehabilitation Hospital in Westborough, MA.

Human Behavior

Quiet leadership is by example

WESTBOROUGH, MA October 10, 2015 Sitting on a plane headed to Washington DC for the weekend.  We are diverted to a parking spot between the take off runway and the active arrival strip – right between the numbers.   96 more words

Human Behavior

Immigration spurs rise in Swedish xenophobia

Scandinavian folks can just as racist as other folks. Our own Danish grandfather, a onetime Klansman, once declared to his son-in-law, our father, that “Swedes is nothin’ but niggers turned inside out.” 632 more words


The Brave...(Black Friday Post Script)

The brave, the hard core, are out in force today for Black Friday.  It’s pouring cold rain.  Serious shoppers won’t pay the weather any mind. 105 more words