Germany throws everything into a last series of stupendous attacks in the West while hoping to avoid getting burned by a fire in the East they helped fan. Enlightening and horrifying. Should be required to ingratiate our current populace to the sacrifice to avert totalitarianism.
Joseph Davis — March 29, Keep it up Dan. Do a series on either the U. Kyle Scot — April 4, This is quite possibly one of the best telling of the story of the First World War I have ever found. As we have reached the th anniversary of the conflict, and the people who lived though it have become nothing but vague memories for most, we need this story told.
As Dan Carlin says multiple times throughout this series, the aftereffects of this War are still rippling through the modern world. We would be best served by learning about it, so we can best avoid it happening again. The way the story is told in this series is very compelling and it really drives the point home regarding the horror and suffering of the soldiers and civilians who were forced to endure it. Lionel Trebuchon — April 10, Absolutely great.
Diverse in the sceneries, rich in the topics, objective in the evaluation, and yet passionating. Puts the 1st world war in another light than that taught by the school, at least in France. In Case of the Removal of the President from Office, or of his Death, Resignation, or Inability to discharge the Powers and Duties of the said Office, the Same shall devolve on the Vice President, and the Congress may by Law provide for the Case of Removal, Death, Resignation or Inability, both of the President and Vice President, declaring what Officer shall then act as President, and such Officer shall act accordingly, until the Disability be removed, or a President shall be elected.
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Yes, of course! In monogamous relationships in the past, I was incredibly jealous all the time.
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Since our communication never allowed for a simple conversation about how beautiful some woman was, or how cute a guy I saw was, any amount of flirting was catastrophic. With my current setup with Adam, he knows that yes, I am attracted to other people and am sleeping with some. And I know the same about him. Confirmed, moving on. Besides, a little jealousy can be healthy, and it usually fades after a few hours to a few days.
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Adam has made it clear what a catch I am. He knows all of my quirks, he knows what makes me tick and how to reason with me. Nobody knows me like Adam does, and nobody is going to know him like I do. I can also complain to him when lovers are uncool to me, and vice versa. Openness is everything. Plus, knowing our significant other is desired by other people is actually pretty sexy.
Sometimes I like seeing him leave for a date looking really sexy and kissing him before he goes out.
After he leaves, I get alone time to watch whatever I want and I get the whole king size bed all to myself. My friends make me laugh and feel better. We communicate so much that nothing major would go unnoticed and not talked about. In my experience, adrenaline resulting from sneaking around with someone can become dependence—the act itself can bond people together, and can eventually be mistaken for love.
What about that cute guy at work? Before agriculture and population growth, sexual promiscuity strengthened communities, rather than fueling jealousy. Applying that community structure to modern-day functionality was a bit more of a challenge, however. That book helped clarify a lot of questions that came up for me naturally about different approaches to open relationships, how to work through feelings of jealousy, how to feel supported by your partner and your friends, and, above all, the importance of love and honesty.
When those elements are practiced in the daily and long-term functioning of a relationship, the outcome is extraordinarily empowering. Feelings of apprehension, jealousy, and even sometimes anger, are all normal emotions that everyone experiences at some point in open relationships. It's healthy when you can identify them and recognize that they're not roadblocks; even seemingly negative emotions are useful because you can work through and overcome them with reason and logic, both individually and as a couple.