I am a 23 year old male, and everytime I see a attractive women on the street I am heart broken. I know others including siblings who are like this. What is wong with me? and do you know how I can improve this? Personality Agreeableness: 23% Moderately low Conscientiousness: 11% Low Extraversion: 22% Moderately low Neuroticism: 61% Moderately high Openness: 30% Moderately low
I’m struggling with my girlfriends past. This girl is the female version of me, she’s great and I really felt like it was too good to be true. We have the same kinda humor, enjoy traveling and eating, and get along really well. She loves her job and entering a new stage in life which isn’t a surprise because she’s 26 (I’m 28). During a conversation about threesomes she brings up she’s had several. I’m more sensitive to physical connections than emotional connections so I initially struggled to hear that. She also mentions she’s been with quite a few people. That’s another tough one to swallow but I really like this girl and think I can get past her past. Then she mentions she had a foursome where she was the only woman. This made me look at her different and I’ve been struggling to get past this. I truly believe these wild days are behind her but my gut reaction was to view her as a “whore”. I have really strong feelings & connection for this woman and def could see a future with her that can be wonderful, I love her. This has been the only red flag but it’s a big one for me. I’ve told her I don’t wanna have sex until I can accept that information that’s been difficult for me to hear but to her defense she didn’t hide anything from me and loves me back. Is this something I can get past? Will I always look at her as a “whore”? I’ve had my fun in that past but nothing this extreme. I know the past is the past but how far can you stretch that?
Dr. Peterson, During your podcast with Professor Glen C. Lowery you, once again, lamented the societal challenge to find work that the lowest ten percent of our workforce can do. I embrace your declaration that every person needs a duty to feel worthwhile. I also ache when thinking of the psychological need of all people, even those with low cognitive skills, to find meaningful work, and the difficulties they face in the search. Could Augmented Reality -- instructions for jobs projected onto their work area -- aid low-IQ workers in work they can find valuable? AR glasses could provide instructions in the form of highlighting to inform the worker of the next step. Or AR glasses could identify things they'll need in a fast-food line, like lettuce, no pickles, mayo, etc. Have you collaborated with anyone in this kind of investigation?