love

For a radical practice of love and hope. Erich Fromm’s socialist humanism

One of the most common things that high school students get to hear from their teachers or tutors is that they should be ready to get out of the cosy cocoon of school to face the “sharks out there’’, ready to rip them apart. They, therefore, are encouraged to beware… Read More »For a radical practice of love and hope. Erich Fromm’s socialist humanism

How to react to a coming out

Coming out of the closet, mostly known as coming out, is the conscious decision of a member of the LGBTQIA+ community to “reveal” their gender identity or sexual orientation to their family, friends, or the general public. It happens when someone willingly shares a part of their identity with someone… Read More »How to react to a coming out

Love: neuroscience and feelings

A conversation with Antonio Cerasa Love has always been the most debatable topic since the first primitive man looked at a woman in a new way; reproduction was not the first need anymore, the desire of a family was the new aim. “Problems” arose for every single individual since the… Read More »Love: neuroscience and feelings