Transition from dating to friendship

10 Feb

Giles is a writer with an MA (Hons) in English literature and a post-graduate diploma in law.Her work has been published in several publications, both online and offline, including "The Herald," "The Big Issue" and "Daily Record."Sometimes, love appears in the most unexpected of places.They found that love and lust, two supposedly separate emotions, actually originate in the same location in the brain -- the insular cortex (insula) and striatum, reported MSNBC.That doesn't mean love and sex are the same thing, just that they’re not as separate as “The Rules” might have you believe.Starting in 1995, psychologist Jeffrey Jensen Arnett, Ph D, interviewed 300 young people ages 18 to 29 in cities around the nation over five years, asking them questions about what they wanted out of life.

One, he dismantled the Republican party; two, he exposed the media as being dishonest; three, he got Blacks and Hispanics to vote for him; four, he made Obama look like a loser (which he is); and five, he weathered through tons of bad press with iron defiance.

Working from those interviews and examining broad demographic indicators, Arnett proposed a new period of life-span development he calls "emerging adulthood." Arnett, a professor of psychology at Clark University currently teaching as a Fulbright scholar at the University of Copenhagen in Denmark, coined the term in his book "Emerging Adulthood: The Winding Road From the Late Teens Though the Twenties" (Oxford University Press, 2004).

He describes emerging adulthood as the time from the end of adolescence to the young-adult responsibilities of a stable job, marriage and parenthood and has made it the subject of a new APA book, "Emerging Adults in America: Coming of Age in the 21st Century," co-edited with Jennifer Lynn Tanner, Ph D.

It’s an appeal to some of the worst elements of our country.” In other words: “Thou shalt not show the face of a Jew in power to the goyim.” But Trump did just that.

He showed the Jew faces to his ‘deplorables.’ This might be the greatest achievement in the history of political campaigns.