What They Don’t Teach You in Psychology Classes
This Universal Emotion Is Surprisingly Absent from University Psych Lectures
My classes were interesting but not enlightening. We studied a self with no soul and a mind with no heart, and the body of our work was full of disease and anxiety. There was no joy.
Love was absent.
A lecture on something called Interpersonal Attraction Theory flirted with love, but only a little.
No one addressed love directly, not even Carl Jung, who wrote about everything. Continue Reading