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Here's what we've loved reading this week, including: why politicians should get familiar with science, our angst about what we wished we looked like, and whether or not sex should be important in romantic relationships.
Questions of personality have vexed mankind from the dawn of personhood: can people change? How do others perceive me? What is the difference between normal and pathological behavior? One's personality is so pervasive and all-important that it presents a clinical paradox of sorts: it is hard to assess our own personality, and impossible to overlook that of others.
At least for humans, this most basic act is anything but simple. As the pioneering sex researcher Alfred Kinsey put it, the only universal in human sexuality is variability itself. Within the universe of intimacy and pleasure that sex affords, however, there's a lot of room for error. From the behavior itself to our orientations, sex never fails to be a provacative topic.
1How to Create Happiness That Lastsby Steven Stosny, Ph.D.
2Gray Matters: Too Much Screen Time Damages the Brainby Victoria L. Dunckley, M.D.
3Can You Make Your Dreams Come True?by Melanie Greenberg, Ph.D.
47 Tips for a Technology Detoxby Gregory L. Jantz, Ph.D.
5In Your Eyesby John Amodeo, PhD, MFT