Susan Pinker – Physiologist part 2 - Deepstash

Susan Pinker – Physiologist part 2

However, close relationships (i.e someone you could ask for money, someone who could comfort you during a crisis etc.) are not always the most important.

 Weak relationships (I.e. the person who serves your coffee, the postman, a neighbour etc.) are just as important and build a feeling of security and community – humanity thrives on these feelings and have done for centuries. 

An overwhelming emphasis on individualism and self-reliance has built an isolating culture that prohibits healthy social interaction.


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