Addiction: Looking for Love in All the Wrong Places

“These violent delights have violent ends/And in their triumph die, like fire and powder/Which, as they kiss, consume.” ― William Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet Tragic love stories are timeless. Toxic relationships have gripped human intrigue for at least as long as written records have existed. Poor old Romeo and Juliet —two long-dead, fictitious star-crossed lovers—  …

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Trump’s Tribal Mentality: How Love Actually Trumps Hate

WAGNER.             Excuse me, but it gives the greatest satisfaction             to view the spirit of another age,             to see how wise men thought before our days,             and to rejoice how far we’ve come at last. FAUST.             Oh yes, a journey to the stars! -Faust, Play by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, 1808 …

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