Humans are inherently social animals, and our health suffers if we’re cut off from social ties. So it’s no wonder the so-called loneliness “epidemic” is being called a public health crisis. But as we sit on the cusp of massive technological advances, the near future could exacerbate this growing problem.
The narcissist experiences a constant midlife crisis. His reality is always way short of his dreams and aspirations. He suffers a constant Grandiosity Gap — the same Gap that plagues the healthy midlife adult.
(Farm Wars) Remember when things lasted a long time? I recall going with my dad to the hardware store, and being able to find just about everything needed to fix anything on the ranch. Need a gasket? Just get the gasket material and cut your own. Got a gadget that won’t work? Just get the […]
A sort of followup to the Century of Self, Human Resources: Social Engineering in the 20th Century (Documentary), details the application of science against the hearts and minds of the working people, and has been summarized as a: