It's not you, it's your choice in film

Psychologists find that romantic comedies can cause unrealistic expectations in relationships

Monday, December 22, 2008

It's what women of the world have always suspected and what men of the world have always known. Watching romantic comedies may lead to unrealistic expectations in relationships. Now, psychologist Bjarne Holmes joins us in a discussion about the media, archetypes, and if soul-mates really do exist.
"Just because fairy tales have told that over generations doesn't mean it's right."
— Bjarne Holmes on relationships

Guests:

Bjarne Holmes

Contributors:

Kent DePinto

Comments [1]

Sarah

Really? Women have "only suspected" the truth about romantic comedies, while all men have "always known" it? I must have a male organ hidden somewhere because I've known they were crap from day one. Another thing I've appreciated from early on: The self-serving lies behind men's gender stereotypes.

Dec. 23 2008 02:26 PM

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