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7 Stages Of Falling In Love, According To Dr. Helen Fisher | Dr. Lucy Brown, PhD & Dr. Helen Fisher

7 Stages Of Falling In Love, According To Dr. Helen Fisher | Dr. Lucy Brown, PhD & Dr. Helen Fisher

Romantic love is as ancient as time itself, and it has long been considered the province of philosophers and poets. After all, it causes waves of euphoria and torment that seem to come crashing down at the slightest provocation, defying all reason or logic. It tends to manifest just at the moment we aren’t looking for it, and often the person with whom we fall in love makes very little sense to our friends and relatives. Still, like so many other elements of the universe that once seemed random and mysterious, science has recently given us a great deal of insight into the stages of love we cross during the process of falling for someone. RELATED: Is It Really Love At First Sight? The Science Behind Instant Connections The 7 Stages Of Falling In Love Here are the seven stages of love you’re likely to experience as you fall for someone. 1. Inception Inception is the moment at which a certain someone begins to take on a whole new meaning in your life. It might be …

What Tucker Carlson Saw in Moscow

What Tucker Carlson Saw in Moscow

Tucker Carlson went to Moscow last week and had an absolute blast. He rode the subway and marveled at its clean cars, the fancy tilework in Kievskaya Station, and the lack of booze-drenched hobos. He went to a grocery store and was astonished by what ordinary people could apparently buy. He even managed to meet a local history buff and sit down for tea and conversation. Carlson, who had never previously visited Moscow, declared himself “radicalized” against America’s leaders by the experience. He didn’t want to live in Moscow, but he did want to know why we in America have to put up with street crime and crappy food when the supposedly bankrupt Russia provided such a nice life for its people, or at least those people not named Alexei Navalny. My former Atlantic colleague Ralph Waldo Emerson called travel a “fool’s paradise,” but not all forms of foolishness are equal. Many commentators have guffawed at Carlson’s Russophilia and pointed out that Russia’s murder rate is roughly that of the United States, and that its …