Archive for Erik Erikson

Comment: Bad News for the Securely Attached—Being Duped

I just read an interesting article by Andrew Giambrone over at The Atlantic entitled ‘People Skills’ Have a Dark Side — And We’re Just Now Understanding It. Giambrone talks about how common business wisdom holds that good employees should have high EI or emotional intelligence (a concept popularized by Daniel Goleman back in the mid-1990s). […]

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Quick Look: Secure Attachment Continues to Fall … For Some But Not All

I recently finished reading Robert Putnam’s new book entitled Our Kids: The American Dream in Crisis. Back in 2000, Putnam released his now classic book entitled Bowling Alone: The Collapse and Revival of American Community. In many ways, Our Kids updates us on what has happened in the fifteen years since the release of Bowling […]

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