Her newest books are: Big Hearted: Inspiring Stories from Everyday Families, a collection of stories to inspire family love, and Dear God, I Don't Get It and the sequel, Dear God, You Can't Be Serious, children's fiction that feeds the soul through a fun and exciting story.
One of the ongoing complaints I see amongst my readers and in society in general is sex. It’s led men to drink, drugs and dodgy sub-reddits. Today, I’m going to do something that nobody else has done: I’m going to give you the secret to getting ((So many jokes…)). No “free-sample-now-pay-for-the-rest.” No dodgy links. Women – and society – have been taught that sex is a trait; men are satyrs who can barely control themselves while women are tasked with having to guard not only their own virtue but regulate men’s sexuality as well, because Lord knows men can’t, bless their hearts.
Only days before Christmas, he completes his story and the rest, as they say, is history, or rather in this case, a Christmas classic. The story not only reawakened Dickens’ career but also reinvigorated Christmas.
Women, for example, are built for monogamy and are less interested in sex in general – so the theory goes – because sperm is metaphorically cheap while eggs are expensive; there is less metabolic cost to men for producing sperm, while women not only generate the ovum, but place their health and safety at risk by bearing the child.It follows, then, that men are naturally not inclined to monogamy because their lizard-brains tell them that they need to spread their cheap sperm far and wide to better maximize their potential for offspring.This is never more evident than in evolutionary psychology.The goal of evo-psych is to show that our modern behavior is inborn, that everything from whom we’re attracted to, to social dynamics, is born out of evolution instead of societal change.The movie is about the real life events of how the novella Dickens published in 1843 came to be published at all—let alone in just six weeks.
Despite earlier success in the 1930s with his books , which brought him international acclaim, Dickens’ career had slumped.But as the movie reveals, it was more than a bit of writer’s block; it truly is a Dicken-esque story.The film blends the classic Christmas story into Dickens’ real-life struggles to overcome a painful childhood when he was forced to work in a shoe blackening (polish) factory after his father was sent away to debtors prison.Darwin was a notorious prude and this directly influenced his interpretations of evolution, as well as the interpretations of those who came after him.We ascribe modern morality and concepts to our paleolithic ancestors because we believe that it was always thus., opening in theaters, Friday, November 22, chronicles the story behind the classic Christmas tale.