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Love is Blind | Hidden Brain Media

Podcast audio…

Why do some relationships last, while others falter? In this bonus episode, Shankar looks at one thing successful couples do well. 

* duration: 6:15

* Published: 2/12/21 5:51:00 PM

* Show Notes: https://hiddenbrain.org/podcast/love-is-blind/

See Transcript (also published in “LA Times”): https://www.happyscribe.com/public/hidden-brain/love-is-blind

Source: Episode feed: Hidden Brain – https://www.npr.org/rss/podcast.php?id=510308

Book Towns Are Made for Book Lovers – Atlas Obscura

Around the world, tiny towns have made bookstores their speciality.

Source: Book Towns Are Made for Book Lovers – Atlas Obscura

Owning A Dog Leads To More Walking And Exercise For Older Adults : Shots – Health News : NPR

Dog owners often say the best thing about dogs is their unconditional love.But new research suggests there’s another benefit, too. Dog owners walk more.

Source: Owning A Dog Leads To More Walking And Exercise For Older Adults : Shots – Health News : NPR

How technology has transformed how we connect-and reject-in the digital age |

“Roughly 40 million Americans are looking for love on the Internet. In relative terms, that’s equivalent to the entire population of Poland, scrolling through the human market, perusing row upon row of humans, and swiping left or right.”

Source: How technology has transformed how we connect-and reject-in the digital age |

Hemingway in Love review – moving, sorrowful reflections | Books | The Guardian

Ernest Hemingway in Milan, 1918
Ernest Hemingway in Milan, 1918 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The old literary pugilist’s posthumous career has been busy: lost books (I discovered two, The Dangerous Summer and The Garden of Eden, when I was an editor in the 1980s); hulking biographies; acquaintances’ memoirs. Hemingway in Love is an atypical addition, a series of conversations about his first two marriages, recorded in the 1950s by his friend A E Hotchner.

Source: Hemingway in Love review – moving, sorrowful reflections | Books | The Guardian