Monthly Archives: May 2014

What’s in a Name?

As a professor of communication, I am always very concerned with the way we use language. Language is truly a very tricky thing. The words we use exist only because we, as humans, create them. All words (including the ones … Continue reading

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The NRE Trap

Edit: After a conversation with one of my most trusted readers, I realized that in posts like this, perhaps I come across as being the final authority on all things relationship based. Everything I write about is based on my … Continue reading

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The Attraction Dilemma

I teach interpersonal communication to college students who range in age from 17 to 60 – being a professorĀ at a community college offers such a diversity of experience and perspectives, that teaching this class is one of the highlights of … Continue reading

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OK…Cupid?

This week’s post was inspired after IĀ listened to a Freakonomics Radio podcast the other day – I’m behind on my podcast playlist, so it’s a couple of months old, but still entirely worth a listen – so, what are you … Continue reading

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