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  • naseem.rakha

    I guess this explains why we have such big heads.

  • Carolyn Sams

    Wow, "When economists put a price tag on our relationships, we get a concrete sense of just how valuable our social connections are—and how devastating it is when they are broken." That section was fascinating!

  • Morf Morford

    Sometimes we forget, especially with our busy schedules, our how rare, complex and rewarding it can be to be known.

  • Alessandra Rizzotti

    I love Lieberman's study. I find that more and more of my friends who work late hours are less happy bec they spend less time with the people who truly value them as human beings- not as work horses. At the same time, I think that if you work in a place that is stimulating, and connects you to people who are doing amazing things, you can be equally as fulfilled. What do you think Morf?