What I Learned In Business School: Cognitive Barriers & Relationships
A cognitive barrier is something that prevents a user from performing the action required to complete his goal. (Source) Within Ethics there are a few points I’d like to point out as barriers to relationships that may be overlooked: Script Processing – When behavior becomes to routine you no longer really think about it (i.e. […]Continue reading
I’m on a bit of a quest to “find myself” which has involved quite a few books & tests, as mentioned a few days back in the post about Myers Briggs. Sorry this post doesn’t involve Harry Potter—but I’d still love any comments/messages/etc. about it! (P.S. – Thanks so much to everyone that commented, especially onespeedgreg, […]Continue reading
Why is the third date so important?
Well, of course there is the “Third Date Rule” which is hotly debated but I am not here to lecture you or anyone else on when having sex with someone is appropriate or not. What I’m discussing is, what agreeing to a third date entails. Think about it this way? How many first dates have you […]Continue reading
So You’re Addicted To Commitment Phobes or: How Gambling & Dating Are Annoyingly Related
Have you ever read research on what causes gambling addictions? No, only me? Alright, let me break this down for you with the help of a Boston Globe article: “Games of chance prey on this neural system. Consider, for example, the slot machine. You put in a coin and pull the lever. The reels start […]Continue reading