Why, as a Culture, We Are Terrible at Romantic Relationships.

Because we aren’t ever taught directly, nor do we seek actively learning how to have good ones.

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As children, we move through preschool, middle, and high school learning about various topics that are deemed relevant to us, from history to calculus and literature. Yet, nowhere on that agenda or…

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Ravenous reader. Impassioned with words. Social Scientist. Foodie. Novelist. Author of The Climate and Critter Column: https://brookeenglish.substack.com/

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Ravenous reader. Impassioned with words. Social Scientist. Foodie. Novelist. Author of The Climate and Critter Column: https://brookeenglish.substack.com/

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