Second Thought

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From The Boston Globe Magazine, February 9, 1986

"One of the problems with the way social scientists write about love is that they underplay its grounding, centering role in our lives. Often what experts end up writing about is not love but what gets in love's way. Psychologists write about love as infatuation or addiction, as obsession or jealousy. Or they write about the symptoms or tools of love and mistake a part for the whole.

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October 13, 1986
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