Combine that with our tendency to reveal more about ourselves digitally, and the implication is that digital connectedness brings conflict:
By Nicholas Carr | April 21, 2017 | Boston Globe
Welcome to the global village. It’s a nasty place.
Are mass shootings temper tantrums of low self-esteem, sexually frustrated males rather than a result of religious or political ideology ? This article makes a good case for it. Check out the “conversation” on the original page for some thought-provoking counterpoints.
Mass shootings have one thing in common: toxic masculinity. Where does it come from and what can be done to stop it?
Stephen T Asma | aeon | 27 June, 2016
Ladies, if you are looking for good father/husband material, go for small-balled men. At least if you believe the study described in this article from BBC:
9 September 2013
A link between the size of a father’s testicles and how active he is in bringing up his children has been suggested by scientists.
How middle class attitudes differ from those of the working class, in different countries. Enlightening. From The Economist, Feb 12th 2009:
Scott Fitzgerald was wrong. It is not the rich who are different but the middle classes
According to the study below, people from higher economic status have lower emotional intelligence. IMHO that’s like saying the rich lack empathy.
From Chief Learning Officer: