The New York Times is reporting on a proposal to spend 1.5 billion dollars on a program for training to help couples develop interpersonal skills that sustain "healthy marriages." The story itself is located here, registration is required.
Anyway, I can't help but feel like I'm in the twilight zone. Are people really this clueless? Relationships require dedication, work and compromises, plain and simple. Unfortunately some people have this weird illusion that "the right one" for you is a person with which a relationship won't demand anything on your part. People like this end up in lots of consecutive fast food relationships, never putting down the effort to really build a solid foundation for something that could last for decades.
One of my collegues showed me Soma FM. A quick listen at his workstation showed great promise on the Groove Salad station at least... My own workstation's aural capabilities are currently null and void, but maybe someone else wishes to second my opinion?