Just released: 75 Year Study On What Men Need To Live A Happy Life

Harvard has published an impressive 75 year longitudinal study: In 1938 Harvard University began following 268 male undergraduate students and kicked off the longest-running longitudinal studies of human development in history. The study’s goal was to determine as best as possible what factors contribute most strongly to human flourishing. The astonishing range of psychological, anthropological, […]

5 warning signs depression is affecting your relationship – Salon

Salon has an article referencing a more detailed piece in Scientific American about the impact of depression on relationships. http://www.salon.com/2014/03/10/5_warning_signs_depression_is_affecting_your_relationship_partner/ Scientific American: If your relationship is struggling, depression may be the culprit. A resounding body of research has shown how closely depression is related to relationships in a cyclical fashion: depression affects the quality of […]

Roger Scruton writes on the impact of Internet technologies on human relationships

As social networks, instant messaging, texting, tweeting and friending become ubiquitous some of us have a growing sense of discomfort: Yet already something new is entering the world of human relations with these innocent-seeming sites. There is a novel ease with which people can make contact with each other through the screen. No more need […]