Relationship Rupture and the Limbic System: The Physiology of Abandonment and Separation – The Marginalian

“A relationship is a physiologic process, as real and as potent as any pill or surgical procedure.”

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Streetart – Olivierr @ London, UK — Ned Hamson’s Second Line View of the News

Olivierr @ London, UK Location: London, UK Artist: Olivierr Photo Credits: graffitiX USEFUL LINKS: Olivierr in this blog | Website | Youtube | … Streetart – Olivierr @ London, UK

Streetart – Olivierr @ London, UK — Ned Hamson’s Second Line View of the News

Putin cites Russian fairy tale in warning to EU — RT – Daily news

Moscow won’t export anything, including energy, if it’s against national economic interests, the president warns Russia is ready to supply energy resources to the West within the framework of contractual obligations, but no one can dictate their terms, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Wednesday at the Eastern Economic Forum in Vladivostok.“We will not supply…

Putin cites Russian fairy tale in warning to EU — RT – Daily news

Avrupa daha ne kadar Ukrayna’daki savaşın esiri olarak kalacak? — الشرق الأوسط

Ukrayna’da savaşın patlak vermesinden bu yana 6 buçuk ay geçti. Savaş tünelinden barışçıl bir çözüme doğru çıkış olasılığı ufukta görünmüyor ki bunun için esasen bu alanda bir Rus-Batı mutabakatı gerekiyor. Avrupa, Soğuk Savaş’ın ve “Amerikan tek kutupluluğu anının” sona ermesinden sonra, küresel sistemde nüfuz ve konum için çatışma ve rekabet oyununda ana stratejik ve aynı…

Avrupa daha ne kadar Ukrayna’daki savaşın esiri olarak kalacak? — الشرق الأوسط

Focus on Flow — Phil Perkins Photography

Style: Photography Genre: Landscape Software: Affinity Photo Shops: Pixels, ArtPal, Redbubble This long exposure photograph features a close-up view of cascades on Little River, located in the Smoky Mountains near Townsend, Tennessee. Many fine prints and other items are available… © 2022 Phil Perkins

Focus on Flow — Phil Perkins Photography