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How did the female hominids know the males were trying to entertain them unless their own brains were sufficiently evolved to appreciate the effort? Buddism is separate because it has a founder,its different book,lineage of guru. There are better examples that will be posted later. Those comments made more sense than anything I had read regarding the subject of yoga so I am stopping here to let those comments sink into my mind. Age measurements are possible because 14 C becomes a part of all organic and inorganic carbon compounds and a steady state between the uptake photosynthesis or food and the decay of 14 C exists as long as the organism is alive. Have a good life. L iving in the New Paleolithic can be hard on women, many of whom party on merrily until they reach age 30 and then panic.

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What that looks like, will very from person to person. A country of people trying to live a Disney movie. Of course plenty of arranged marriages are successful. Even more frequently than the actual bird form, the image of a hybrid bird-human creature appears - referred to here as the "Bird Spirit". But what matters is your message, and it is a good one. Please email me privately. Thanks for being a voice of reason in an age of pretend fairytales.

A brave thing to do in a small town. Abusive marriages suck ass. I was in one. A woman is unlucky enough to get with an abusive or adulterous husband then what you describe is the result. On the other hand, and I hate to admit it, just because one man abuses does not mean they all do. Hell, they are probably with all the Elle McPhersons of the world.

Nice guys like that have their pick. They want someone they can bond with, talk to, enjoy the company of, and love, whose general outlook and values they share, and whom they are attracted to.

A lot of the best guys are dating or married to very average women like me. Some of them can be rehabilitated it is possible, in some cases, to wind your way back from alienation, and every couple should try , but some of them really would be better off if they ended. Just that neither model produces consistently good marriages at a higher rate. I think he makes some good points about what love really is.

My husband and I were best friends for 8 years but had always liked each other, dated for two, were engaged for one, and have been married for three. I actually do think it helped us form the kind of bond that has created a stable and successful marriage. My only beef is with the idea that Western-style love marriage is inherently worse than a more traditional model.

I read an article once. It said that marriage and God does not guarantee great sex in a relationship. Some people just do not work well that way, but that is no excuse for divorce. The article said it better, but your post reminded me of that.

Some people are unwilling to give up sex for love, or have unrealistic expectations. You need to know the person before you make such a HUGE commitment. And then when the couple is married and maybe has kids, THEN he shows his true colors. A lot of people do not reveal their true selves out of fear, or whatever reason.

Not all people that paint good pictures of themselves are abusive either. It seems you are making sweeping generalizations, but agreed that this is an awful situation for everyone involved.

Ways to help negate this situation is to talk about intimate things and taking time before getting married. But to address your frustration, I do understand and I am offended you would attack me when you obviously do not know me on a level to make such a judgement. I would never wish an abusive partner on anybody. Its not just women on the victim side. There plenty of men who may not suffer physical abuse but suffer for decades in bad marriages as victims of verbal derogatory abuse.

Far and away it is the women that are abused, though. Neither one is justified or okay. Women, and I am speaking as one, can be expert manipulators and use our words as weapons. But we each have equal capacity to misuse our natural strengths communication and physical power.

Going along with this, although there is some fear and stigma of abuse altogether — women receive much more societal support for dealing with it and reporting it. Also, I think the way society views abuse is skewed. Society even portrays this idea sometimes in T.

Guess what…THAT is physical abuse. Not a comedic moment. Is the guy going to report it? Will a report be filed? Either the girl would do it or her family and friends would encourage her to. See how the numbers can be skewed? And again, most importantly, I think both genders contribute more to different types of abuse. We need to change the entire mindset and make sure that both genders are held to the same standards of acceptable, decent, respectful language and behavior towards each other.

All of my family members uncles, aunts, parents, on both maternal and paternal sides had arranged marriages and you can see the love in both partners especially today. My mother did not want to marry my father when she was told to; but she is head over heels in love today, always saying how lucky she is to have my father. In arranged marriages your parents choose the match for you based on family background and upbringing to guess whether your future would be secure.

If your parents love you; their choice is likely to work out for you. Of course plenty of arranged marriages are successful. It is possible to build love.

But those anecdotes are not data: The same is true for a lot of people. My choice based on my beliefs and values, I believe, is better for me than the choice they might have made for me based on their different beliefs and values. My own marriage only 3 years but we started from a strong base of the right kind of compassionate, generous love. And Thank God I fight my parents and still do what I think is right.

I attribute the arranged marriage failures you describe in India and China to the low status of women in those countries. The men in my family respect their wives— which seems to be missing from the Taiwan cases where the men find mistresses.

Saying this in retrospect has no value, but the woman should have been careful in first dating that boyfriend, but more importantly her society failed in lacking a social structure to protect her from the consequences. I think the difference between my parents generation and now is a loss of innocence and faith that you will be taken care of.

You need to build yourself to be able to walk away. This rationale has led many of my peers to let persons into their lives who they know are wrong for them, and even be raped, all in the mindset of getting practice dating.

I call it western because mainstream Asian culture used to be to stay away from the opposite sex until it is time for your engagement. How about leading life with the faith that the right person for you will come along? And for this person temporary physicality will not come close to the value of intimacy and unconditional love? The ideal is a unision of what is good in Western culture a society that protects females as equals with what is good in Eastern faith in the universe that you will be cared for, and being locked in a community that chooses for you.

Pre-marital relations happened in Asia, even before Western influence. Parents are human, they are adults like any other, and adults can be and often are wrong. Women should be treated as equals in decision making. That was not the case in traditional Asian culture— although variations exist from family to family with the mother-in-law holding a surprising amount of power. There is no denying that western culture is more individualistic than traditional asian culture.

The ideal for asian culture was having all three generations of your family living under one roof. If we want to preserve marriage as an institution—and I submit that we MUST preserve marriage if we are to survive as a society—then we have got to stop feeding our children these lies.

I suppose Rose would be good buddies with both her former husband and the guy who gave his life to ensure hers would be saved. You are, of course, entitled to believe as you will. I have a distinctly different understanding of that scripture and believe that the family is an eternal institution. I find it a bleak and useless heaven that would rend from me the affection of my wife and my children. I think you might find this of value. Heaven is that family love perpetuated forever, in family groups.

I think that Romeo and Juliette is a little more complicated than that! Explained further by John Green. Maybe now after suffering we can call it love. However would have been nice if it was love at infatuation phase. Hey man, we cheated on Hashem almost immediately after we got married to Him.

Seems like we had a lot of learning about love to do. The Chabad Rebbe actually gave a brilliant talk exactly about that, and you just helped me understand it a little better. So Purim is when the real love started!

While having some feeling for someone is a must to get serious with that person, we should keep the full picture in mind.

As a young single man who had been infatuated in the past, this is simultaneously disheartening and inspiring. Infatuation is NOT a very necessary precursor. That is part of the myth. Yes, you should be attracted to the person, and yes, you should want to spend time with them, and feel lucky they like you back!

All those things are good things. Perhaps infatuation is the wrong word to use, because it connotes a foolish attraction. Eh, but some go into marriage fully aware of what they are doing, and deeply in love — true love. Lets talk about all of your failed relationships, as well as your poorness, and less-creativeness?

If I ever have kids, I will help them to understand the difference as well. Even the feelings of love or trust that we gain or lose as we become closer or further away from our partner. You know nothing about chemistry or biology, or love or psychology. As a single guy who is engaged for the first time at 36, I have recently had a major paradigm shift-that infatuation or strong emotion is actually not necessary for a successful marriage.

Two weeks ago I did not believe that. But my girl-picker has been messed up for my whole life because I lived in an abusive home growing up. That changes things, bigtime. And they were—for the most part—good and kind people, with good jobs, great families.

I truly hope your marriage works out for you. My ex-husband was a very nice man, very smart and motivated, and had a loving family with no drama… all the things I thought I wanted. If they are committed to it. I think a lot of you are confusing marriage with friends-who-accidentally-made-a-baby-together or something.

Or an arranged marriage. You know, the kind that tended to be based more in traditional norms and religion than two people actually being right for each other. Which seems to be exactly what this whole article is subtly yearning or advocating for a return to…. Hannah-I got the line you quoted exclusively from people who have been happily married for over 20 years.

Snore-fest, it turns out, is exactly what makes a marriage work. No, precisely the opposite. My ex-husband used to tell me what Eric seems to be saying here: Not because I was special — he could have married someone else, I was just the one who met sufficient criteria at the right time. There are many, many examples of exactly what you are talking about, the most often in arranged marriages or people who marry for convenience or social reasons — many fall in love AFTER they are married as they learn to take care of each other and work on the marriage.

People get married all the time madly in love and fall out of love. The lucky ones learn how to become good marriage partners and then find the passion returns.

Yeah lets go back to forcibly marrying 13 year old girls off to something year old men, that sounds like a great idea. Who said that arranged marriage must involve underage kids or huge age disparities? I know even more who were made pregnant by other kids.

You may want to read my short testimony as to how that actually works out in real life. As one human being to another, I would advise you to be very careful with this theory. Morgan, I read your story… it resonates with my own, and my heart hurts for you. I am 13 years in, and really wondering if I can keep going. Do you have any advice? This is my one and only shot at life… I gotta say, I am beginning to panic.

Has your perseverance paid off in some way? What is it that drives you and sustains you? Communication is so important even when the other person does not want to listen. I wish people would understand that, if love isnt a prerequisite for marriage, then surely marriage itself isnt a prerequisite for a long term relationship. If youre not in love, why get married? Why get married at all, except to permanently deprive yourself and your significant other of someone else who might love them more?

In the non-Jewish world, you go to a bar, you see someone you like, you ask em out, you get physical with each other, you get attached to them. As soon as the craziness dies down, you break up. In the orthodox Jewish world, dating is like buying a car. First, you figure out who you are and what you need. Do i even need a car, maybe i could bike or take the bus?

What kind of car fits my lifestyle? Now that i narrowed it down to a minivan, whats my price range? Which features do i want vs which are necessary for me? Which company has the best reviews? Once I know the kind of car I need, only then do I go to the car dealership and take it out on a test drive. The shidduch system in its ideal form works the same way. First you have to figure out who you are.

Then you figure out what you need. Then you do the research on a person. This potential relationship is already based on something very strong before you even meet the person. A marriage whose foundation is based on love is weak. Do you always love someone? A marriage based on an emotional foundation is by its very nature weak.

However, a marriage based on an intellectual rational decision is much stronger. Instead of marrying for love, your marry for marriage and then you create the love that your relationship needs. This is why as a Muslim, I love Orthodox Jews. However, the sacred sources do point to general principles, such being rational in the choice of spouse, consulting others, and keeping away from sexual interaction prior to marriage and things that could lead into that.

The application of those principles may be different in different cases, but among the Muslims that I know, a system similar to that of the shidduch is common. The point still stands — a common way Muslims get married is similar to the common way Orthodox Jews get married. We also have very similar rules on purification, food, personal relations, communal responsibilities, etc.

In fact, juristic principles when it comes to the Sacred Law are almost identical as well. And kudos to helping show the similarities between our ways of looking at the world.

Thanks for the welcome. I took two years to get to know her. It still ended in divorce. There is far more to it than that. Religious orientation has nothing to do with it. Two people who go in knowing that life is not for sissies and that they will be there for the other. We are friends today, but relationship is over.

Plenty of folks not in more traditional communities do something similar to what you describe, just…we go about it a little differently. I had a strong idea in my mind of what I wanted in a partner: Not everyone is so lucky. Our version of love includes physical attraction, but otherwise is more or less what you describe: A secular humanist feminist liberal New Yorker!

I also want to clarify after reading your latest comments: Not so much about the idea of whether or not we should be infatuated before marriage, but that that love is ALL there is to it.

Before you say love is weak when a marriage is based on it, you need to define love. True love, or the mixture of all 4 kinds of greek love with emphasis on agape love, then yes.

Marriage is strongest then. People are not commodities. Otherwise, people would not love their children as much as they do. All I was trying to say, was that with such a life changing decision, you should be using your rational brain, and not your irrational emotions. There are obviously quite a few factors required for a happy successful marriage, but marrying the person who is right for you is the biggest and most important. They try not to let physical distractions get in the way of making a solid well-thought out decision.

Before they start looking at other people, they look at themselves first and find out not who they want, but rather who they need. Ok, so in sum- everyone would be happily married if they realized they have to show love by giving to the other person? I can agree that as a marriage progresses, the relationship changes and hopefully deepens. Learning to give to someone and put their needs above yours is a lifelong process, one that takes constant work and vigilance.

Plenty of marriages do the exact opposite. It needs to be cared for like a living thing. Just as you described…you found that the love language with you and your wife is giving. Every relationship finds their love language to keep that chemistry, and to keep that dream.

IF we have the patience to let it develop. Yes, once that rush is over comes the Grind. Or the order in which they wash dishes. Congrats on getting there. The gushy feelings at the beginning can be attributed mostly to dopamine. Many drugs cause a surge of dopamine, which is why many people abuse drugs.

Oxytocin is a hormone released during intimacy. Breast feeding, hugging, kissing, sexual stimulation, etc. Beautiful article, and honest. We can easily mistake its intesity for love. When we were younger, we see life and love through inexperienced lenses.

As we grow older, we understand love is so much more than fiery exciting or even passionate emotions. Oh wow, this is beautiful!

Oh, and Happy New Year. First of all, it is so refreshing to hear this in a very real, human way. I know this is standard Jewish philosophy, but I just kind of am sick of hearing it from other places. Secondly, I could it be that this is the same in our relationship with Hashem? Specifically, falling in love with Yiddishkeit? Man says he didn't love his wife when they got married.

And I also agree about it being a perfect metaphor for our relationship with G-d. Hasidic Jews believe the world is essentially one big metaphor, and each reality in the physical world can help us understand our spiritual lives. And one of the best analogies for our relationship with G-d is our relationship with our spouses.

I also want to say it makes me so happy to see how this post has brought out such positive connections between Jews, Christians, and Muslims.

This is seriously one of my dreams come true for this blog. So thank you again for sharing your thoughts and the fact that others in your community enjoy the post as well.

Is it not sufficient in regard to your Lord that He is a Witness over all things? This has lead Muslims to adopt the same principle: In the same way, Muslims use other points in life as signs.

In fact, my favorite Muslim scholars are those who can look at anything and extract a religiously beneficial lesson from it. Kings have locked their doors and each lover is alone with his love. Our religions are so similar and have many common beliefs at the core. Hopefully one day we can all get along as well as we used to! We also have a core belief that the whole world will one day see God as the truth, and we also see marriage as a practical parable for our relationship with God.

When It's Impossible Pop Chassid. Absolutely Loved reading this. I must admit I fall in love with my husband more with each passing day! I whole-heartedly disagree, love is fruition, like fruit its sought and attained and it grows.. I had responded to this earlier with a much more thorough response… but somehow it is not here.. In my opinion, any love story can become a fairy tale story depending on how you treat it.

Every fairy tale love story has a struggle, involves sacrifice, involves making a decision. You missed a huge opportunity to have an experience of true love with the last 20 dollars in the bank account situation.

That was there for you to capitalize on and make her see you as a super hero. You could have done a fun cheap date idea, made her something or any number of different ideas. In stead of doing nothing I acted. One day at school I stopped in the book store and bought some yarn for about 50 cents, watched a you tube video on how to make cool string bracelets, and gave her them that night. Its still on her wrist even years later and even though she has other, much nicer jewelry now, she still loves that one well whats left of the thing haha the most.

As you commit to her and your self to do that, it will amaze you how much love you will find. Divorce is because people love them selves more than others around them. Selfishness and laziness causes divorce. If you forget yourself there is very little that can end a marriage if both people act in true charity for one another. So, I respectfully say that you really need to rewatch some Disney movies and look at how hard they tried to get to the fairy tale ending.

Just making a point. I totally agree with this! The examples you gave are examples of giving, examples of doing something for the other person and not just doing things for ourselves. It looks like you did the same thing. If you grow apart, if one of the pair feels trapped, then no amount of charity will bring the two back together in fact, it could make one even more resentful of the other. This is why no one should get married without seriously considering the consequences, sacrifices, and pros and cons of marriage.

They were pregnant and wanted to do the right thing by their daughter. We met just over a year after she left him, and we have been married for 2 years now. We dated for about 6 months before we got engaged, and waiting another 9 months before we got married.

We knew we were sure and we knew we were making a commitment that there was no backing out of. Love is certainly misconstrued. Thanks for your insight. Check my blog out when you have a chance. Adventures of Curly Sue Infatuation is a lovely, fun thing. It burns out fast, like tinder. That was the point of the last paragraph. It might have struck a chord with you based on your personal experiences which is quite a normal response.

Respectfully, your response kind of exudes the sort of smug self-satisfaction that I found a bit off-putting at the end of the article. Plenty of other people were already praising the article for the same reasons I would have. I responded to your response because I did not agree with your opinion with about the author. You stated negative assumptions about his character based on what you perceived to be the point of the last paragraph and I simply reiterated what he wrote in an attempt to expose the originally stated point.

Furthermore, since I do not know you I would be amiss to assume anything specific to your personal experience. To explain this generalization further, I believe that we are shaped by our environment and that in turn alters our perception of the world. Hence your reaction to the end of the article, which was contrary to what the author actually stated. Still, I am open to understanding that you do not uphold the same belief.

Please rest assured that I do not know you and this is not a personal attack per se. It is also not an attempt to debase, belittle or patronize you. Just an open sharing of opinions. I am sure that there will be some who agree with you and others me, that is the beauty of humanity. I hope that we can both learn and become even better individuals from this discourse.

I wholeheartedly agree with this take except for two points. One is in the instance where you give of yourself fully and completely and there is no reciprocation. Should it be enough for someone to feel love in return for your giving but not give in return?

Also, this article minimizes the fact that there is also a WHY you would want to give love to someone in the way the author describes.

That comes from that burning desire he so readily dismisses. You have to have some passion for a person to want to give of yourself selflessly to them, right? I have a vision where Jews, Christians and Muslims come together to help promote such values in a society that is transgressing on its morals and values. Whether this be by an academic institution or by the media, we need to create more art that represent these values.

As a Muslim I find this article superb as this goes exactly in line with my philosophy. Love constantly grows, as the two go through each phase of marriage if you marry early, especially. This is why research shows that a marriage that had no sort of physical intimacy has a much higher chance of standing through the tests of marriage than ones that do not. I hope that such profound and true beliefs find itself in the mainstream world soon before we hit a crisis.

This is so very true. My husband and I have been married almost 29 years. After reading this article, it really gave us perspective. We were married within 2 months of dating dumb, I know , but we both thought we knew what we wanted the ideal list. The only problem is life happens and the fire does go out. Thank you for sharing this. We are working on finding a new love, one of mutual prespect.

Not dumb at all. You had faith in your love for one another. You went with it. Inspiration What's up WordPress. I love my wife in more and better ways every day, so I believe you.

I feel that more and more people are living together before marriage, having long engagements. My husband and I found love in our little, normal life long before we got married. Just wanted to rep the living-together-before-the-wedding folks!

And by the way, I think that applies to things beyond romantic relationships as well. Such as friendships, leadership, etc. I agree with this article in some ways, but disagree in others. Yes, sometimes people do lose that feeling fire after marriage, and yes, sometimes that fire is nothing more than an emotion, but love is different for every single person on this earth.

There are two types of love: Compassionate love is the love he describes above; Deeper understanding and appreciation for one another. Passionate love is the love we all feel in the beginning, that fire that burns and burns and makes us feel alive. Some people lose that passionate love after marriage or even before when they start to become comfortable around their significant other.

However, there are people who never love any differently, even after 5, 10, 20 years of marriage. I have been with my Fiance for 6 years this November, to me that is pretty long.

I felt that fire in my heart the day i saw him, the first time he kissed me, first time he held my hand, and so on. And even though the fire died down after the first few years…its still there.

Smoldering slowly deep within my soul. Sometimes it ignites when he kisses me, when he grabs my hand, and when he looks at me and without saying a word tells me he loves me.

If that fire is still there after 6 years of being in a relationship, i have no reason to assume that it will suddenly end when we are married. Every marriage, relationship, every person on this earth loves, feels, and perceives things differently. By Aaron Smith and Monica Anderson.

Digital technology and smartphones in particular have transformed many aspects of our society, including how people seek out and establish romantic relationships. When we first studied online dating habits in , most Americans had little exposure to online dating or to the people who used it, and they tended to view it as a subpar way of meeting people.

Today, nearly half of the public knows someone who uses online dating or who has met a spouse or partner via online dating — and attitudes toward online dating have grown progressively more positive. Online dating use among to year-olds has also risen substantially since the last Pew Research Center survey on the topic.

One factor behind the substantial growth among younger adults is their use of mobile dating apps. But it still means that one-third of online daters have not yet met up in real life with someone they initially found on an online dating site. Many online daters enlist their friends in an effort to put their best digital foot forward. The spices are dumped into a stainless steel kettle to stew with barley sugars and hops. It was beer for pay. Soon the little brew room is filled with fragrant roiling steam, with hints of toast and molasses—an aroma that can only be described as intoxicating.

The wort, or unfermented beer, emerges a pretty palomino color; the brewers add flasks of the yellowish, murky-looking Egyptian yeast and fermentation begins. They plan on making just seven kegs of the experimental beverage, to be unveiled in New York City two weeks later.

The brewers are concerned because the beer will need that much time to age and nobody will be able to taste it in advance. McGovern, though, is thinking on another time scale entirely. There are replicas of ancient bronze drinking vessels, stoppered flasks of Chinese rice wine and an old empty Midas Touch bottle with a bit of amber goo in the bottom that might intrigue archaeologists thousands of years hence.

But while McGovern will occasionally toast a promising excavation with a splash of white wine sipped from a lab beaker, the only suggestion of personal vice is a stack of chocolate Jell-O pudding cups.

Along with touring Egypt with Calagione, he traveled to Austria for a conference on Iranian wine and also to France, where he attended a wine conference in Burgundy, toured a trio of Champagne houses, drank Chablis in Chablis and stopped by a critical excavation near the southern coast. Yet even strolling the halls with McGovern can be an education.

Another professor stops him to discuss, at length, the folly of extracting woolly mammoth fats from permafrost. Then we run into Alexei Vranich, an expert on pre-Columbian Peru, who complains that the last time he drank chicha a traditional Peruvian beer made with corn that has been chewed and spit out , the accompanying meal of roast guinea pigs was egregiously undercooked.

He and McGovern talk chicha for a while. McGovern has innumerable collaborators, partly because his work is so engaging, and partly because he is able to repay kindnesses with bottles of Midas Touch, whose Iron Age-era recipe of muscat grapes, saffron, barley and honey is said to be reminiscent of Sauternes, the glorious French dessert wine. In the lab, a flask of coffee-colored liquid bubbles on a hot plate.

It contains tiny fragments from an ancient Etruscan amphora found at the French dig McGovern had just visited. McGovern is hoping to determine whether the amphora once contained wine, which would point to how the beverage arrived in France in the first place—a rather ticklish topic. France is a key to the whole worldwide culture of wine, but how did wine get to France?

Francophiles might not like the answer. Today wine is so integral to French culture that French archaeologists include the cost of cases in their excavation budgets. McGovern, however, suspects that wine was being produced in Etruria—present-day central Italy—well before the first French vineyards were planted on the Mediterranean coast. Until Etruscan merchants began exporting wine to what is now France around B.

If the French were still drinking Etruscan vintages at that point, it would suggest they had not established their own wineries yet. The trick is proving that the amphora contained wine. Instead, he pursues what are known as fingerprint compounds. For instance, traces of beeswax hydrocarbons indicate honeyed drinks; calcium oxalate, a bitter, whitish byproduct of brewed barley also known as beer stone, means barley beer. Tree resin is a strong but not surefire indicator of wine, because vintners of old often added resin as a preservative, lending the beverage a pleasing lemony flavor.

McGovern would like to test the Lattes samples for resin from a cypress-like tree; its presence would suggest the Etruscans were in contact with Phoenician colonies in Northern Africa, where that species grows. The only foolproof way to identify ancient wine from this region is the presence of tartaric acid, a compound in grapes.

That will produce a distinctive visual pattern based on how its multiple chemical constituents absorb and reflect light. So far, the French samples look promising. McGovern already sent some material to Armen Mirzoian, a scientist at the federal Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau, whose primary job is verifying the contents of alcoholic beverages—that, say, the gold flakes in the Italian-made Goldschlager schnapps are really gold. His Beltsville, Maryland, lab is crowded with oddities such as a confiscated bottle of a distilled South Asian rice drink full of preserved cobras and vodka packaged in a container that looks like a set of Russian nesting dolls.

Months later, McGovern e-mails me with good news: Between the two sets of artifacts, McGovern hopes to pinpoint the advent of French wine. His Norwegian predecessors were teetotalers. McGovern credits his relationship with alcohol to this mixed lineage—his interest is avid, not obsessive. In his student days at Cornell University and elsewhere, when McGovern dabbled in everything from neurochemistry to ancient literature, he knew little about alcohol.

It was the late s and early s; other mind-altering substances were in vogue; the California wine revolution had barely begun and Americans were still knocking back all manner of swill.

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I think this marriage worked because your partner loved you from the beginning, you grew into the love, but they were there tolerating your nonsense because they loved you, we sometimes love people who dont love us back, and they get away with lots of stuff, if we are lucky, they return the love, if not, we hang in there hoping they will and sometimes they come around and do.

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