Psychology Today Blog
"Ideas to Ponder" from Intimacy & Desire
Our new blog on PsychologyToday.com is really cooking. The blog is called "Ideas to Ponder from Intimacy & Desire," and explores the "Ideas to Ponder" at the end of each chapter in the book.
Right now we have TWO articles in the coveted "Most Read" category on the front page. Only 5 lucky posts stay there for readers to see, long after other articles scroll off the front page and enter PT's massive archives. Just getting one article up there is a real accomplishment given the hundreds of bloggers on the site.
The two articles with drawing power are initial installments in a four-part series focusing on the natural sexual ecology of love relationships. They are:
We just released "People have sex..." yesterday and it has taken off. Beaufort Books (our publisher) is currently running a banner ad on PsychologyToday.com for the release of the new paperback version of Intimacy & Desire. Their timing couldn't be better.
These articles grew out of a reader's response to our prior posts,
- People Who Can't Control Themselves Control The People Around Them Part 1 and Part 2
This article also hit the "Most Read" list and was selected as an 'Essential Read" by Psychology Today editors. "Sexual Relationships..." became an "Essential Read" too, and we're still hoping "People have sex..." will get there as well!
Do yourself and us a favor by checking out these articles on PsychologyToday.com.This is some of the best material we've put out for the public. When the series is completed, it will be the most practical explanation of differentiation we've ever developed.
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