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Andrew Sullivan in New York Magazine: good read on lies, fear, and faith!
The Poetic Elegance of Erik Erikson, p.1
The Poetic Elegance of Erik Erikson, p.2
Sometimes, it’s the old guys who are needed to get the job done. Here is a case illustrating Erik Erikson’s batle between “ego integrity” and “despair”. This Texas PBS commentator was 70 years old, not worried about job security, only about personal integrity!
Unsurprising result of a long-term reputable study …
Big study on ADHD etiology confirms delayed brain development at fault
Even Forbes publishes opinion piece where Republicans are called out on the basic reasoning behind their health care plan!
How to Keep Your Exercise Routine Focused in the Present, Not the Future
Celebrating Banality: Why Those Daily Routines Have So Much Power
Cannabis legalization reduces opioid abuse … reports from various studies
Intimations of Mortality? Random Thoughts on Approaching 70th Birthday
Footnote to “Intimations of Mortality?” post … TrumpCare only works if you’re young and healthy (or rich). Inside the CBO score …
Another footnote to “Intimations of Mortality?” post last week …
Root and branch — comes from gardening, but these days you hear it in other contexts!
When It All Comes To an End — grandfatherly affections for a very young grandchild
Baltimore birthday celebration on turning 70!
Moral Struggles: Narcissism vs. Humility
Psychologists say they can diagnose NPD perfectly well remotely, and Prez has it!
Flirting: Fun? Cheating? Harassment?
My Struggle with Facebook Addiction
Further reflection from WaPo on the issue of social media and mobile device addiction
long form piece from Wired about Facebook and Mark Zuckerberg, giving history of last two years of struggle over where platform is headed
Courage, Determination, Strength — face-to-face with disability awareness at #MarchForOurLives in DC
How I Hate My Gym, Let Me Count the Ways
Revisiting “Moral Struggles: Narcissism vs. Humility”
Maybe I’m Not So Great, After All? Coming to Grips with Privilege
“Pollen Comes from Trees” … language explosion of a two-and-a-half-year-old
School’s Out! Even Family Day Care Gets Summer Vacation
Crossing Imaginary Borders: Subtle Transition from Toddler to Preschooler
Whew! Made It! Winning the holiday stress game
Panjshir: a neighborhood restaurant for Afghan comfort food
Staying Anchored and Marking Time — the meaning of routines
Friends: Is it What They Do for Us? Or, What We Do for Them?
Pittsburgh — Nice to See Yinz Agin’
“I Prefer Not To” — Bartleby and Late Stage Capitalism
What Is Post-postmodernism, Anyway?
How Much Does a 4-year-old Know?
How Long Can I Last? Getting Used to the Pandemic