Tag: empathy

His Eyes Tell the Story of Who He Is

April 16, 2015
His Eyes Tell the Story of Who He Is

This is a picture of my husband’s eyes today. They tell a story – the story of who he is, the life he has lived, the choices he has made. The first time I ever saw him, I felt a WHOOSH and a POW to the sternum. It was at an orientation assembly as we […]

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Is Casual Sex Destroying Empathy?

October 19, 2010
Is Casual Sex Destroying Empathy?

A recurring theme in conversations about dating is the general lack of empathy between the sexes. Women feel that men just want to use and discard them, with little consideration of their emotional needs. Men feel that women focus on just a few alpha males, ignoring all the good guys who are relationship material. (The […]

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Are You Fast, Good or Cheap?

October 12, 2009
Are You Fast, Good or Cheap?

The Concept of Fast, Good or Cheap? Psychologist Linda Young has written an article at Psychology Today that caught the attention of the largely dormant MBA part of my brain. She takes a Project Management construct and applies it to dating. It’s called Fast, Good or Cheap, and I think it works. The concept refers […]

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