Here are some articles we liked and thought that you might too:
What Eric Barker thinks, based on some research, we should look for in a marriage partner. He also wrote another interesting one on why people blame the victim . . ..
An interview by Elle Magazine with Neuropsychiatrist Louann Brizendine on her new book “The Male Brain,” she has some pretty interesting commentary on male/female communication and aptitude differences, as well as some ways to look at how the sexes know how they are loved, which might help explain some sexual gridlock couples get into.
Jealous much? While this article is for those in open relationships, Annsley Chapman’s five tips for managing jealousy are great ideas whether you are a one-and-only, or share-the-love-type.
Psyblog tells us ten reasons why we may be more likely to conform.
Eight reasons I’m glad I’m not male in some cultures that have ritualized coming of age.
I don’t know if is remarkable that people were honest in representing themselves [online]” because “the truth draws people in” as the author of this article posits, or if it’s because social networks where your real life friends ARE your virtual friends means more accountability and less room for fibbing without real world consequences.