Notes on “The Anatomy of Peace”

“But there was a new feeling this night — a desire to be rid of the ache he felt regarding Cory rather than a desire to be rid of Cory himself.” This was one of the first thoughts of one of the main characters of “The Anatomy of Peace.”  That excerpt captures the emotional awareness of Read More

Notes on Dave Grossman’s, “On Killing”

These are some of my notes and takeaways from the audiobook version of author and military psychologist Lt. Col. Dave Grossman’s book, On Killing: The Psychological Cost of Learning to Kill in War and Society.  This post contains some quotes, thoughts, and summary of some of the surprising look into the minds of those that have Read More