Jeremy Sherman is a specialist in psychoproctology—the study of, well, the behavior of a**holes. He’s also a popular blogger for Psychology Today, a researcher who studies how life has emerged from chemicals, and a funny guy. Among other gems in this interview, Jeremy explains how he became happily married to solitude, when his lack of appetite finally caught up to his lack of aptitude.
Here’s the link for the Psychology Today post we mention in the interview: https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/ambigamy/202204/partnership-troubles-may-be-why
Dr. Chalmer’s book Reigniting the Spark: Why Stable Relationships Lose Intimacy, and How to Get It Back is available here, or wherever you get your books.
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Music: Besamim (Spices) by Bruce Chalmer, performed by Fyre and Lightning Consort