Joseph Fins, Chief of Medical Ethics at Weill Cornell Medicine, explains the sobering discovery of hidden consciousness in coma patients and shares a painfully fascinating patient story. Throughout history, humans have experienced pain as punishment from the gods, a metaphysical struggle, or a simple biological process.
Journalist Melanie Thernstrom, author of The Pain Chronicles, talks about the different ways humans have tried to conquer pain over the centuries. Talking with your neurosurgeons during brain surgery may seem terrifying or like science fiction.
But actually, as two patients share, it was a necessary part of making their surgeries successful. Rohan Ramakrishna joins Dr.
Stieg to talk about how awake craniotomies provide a critical real-time assessment into the inner workings of the brain. The drive to reproduce — to move our DNA into tomorrow — may be behind our ability to do math, make music, and even play sports. Evolutionary anthropologist Helen Fisher explains why our complicated brains evolved in response to a very primal urge to mate.
Ethics and emotions often clash at the bedside of terminally ill patients—especially those with brain injuries. Stieg about what we can do to best prepare for our final days and who has the legal and moral authority to make life and death decisions. Patient Mikal Scott talks about his alarming symptoms and fortunate meeting with neurosurgeon Dr.
Cell phones, stress, and a hyper-scheduled life all put your sleep cycle in danger.
According to Ponaman, it's easy for someone to physically cheat and not create an emotional bond with the one they cheated with while still maintaining an emotional connection with the person they love. Someone who cheats for love is usually searching for a deeper bond with someone, but may be too scared to leave the relationship that's not fulfilling them emotionally , she says.
While those are the most obvious differences between cheating due to love and cheating due to lust, here are some unexpected differences, according to experts. The dates will likely be much more thoughtful in nature because the cheater actually cares about the one they're cheating with. When someone is cheating just to get their physical needs met, there's no need to plan in advance. According to Perlstein, there will be more inconsistency when it's all about lust.
Many times, these encounters tend to happen spontaneously. You can't really have love without an emotional connection. In order to build emotional intimacy, people need to communicate and be vulnerable with each other. Because of that, Perlstein says that there's often more communication between people who are cheating due to love than lust. They've likely built a much deeper attachment to each other and are basically in a relationship whether they recognize it or not.
Building a deep emotional connection with someone takes time. Casey Nilsson.
The gatehouse was built in and was transformed into condominiums in Photos via Coldwell Banker. Show Caption Hide Caption. The condo is 2, square feet over three levels.
Two entrance halls and a laundry room make up the first level. The second level encompasses a bulk of the living spaces, including a kitchen with granite countertops, sub-zero refrigerator and wine fridge. A view of the built-in banquette. Granite counters flow into the family room. This bathroom boasts a clawfoot bathtub and heated floor.