AP Utah Jazz forward Jae Crowder (99) reacts after drawing a foul as forward Royce O'Neale watches during the first half of an NBA basketball game against the Houston Rockets, Wednesday, Oct. 24, 2018, In Houston. (AP Photo/Eric Christian Smith) DALLAS — Jae Crowder’s NBA career has landed him in Boston, Cleveland and now Utah, but the seventh-year forward can’t forget where it all started. Crowder returned to American Airlines Center to face the Dallas Mavericks on Sunday as a member of the Jazz with a positive outlook. He started in the place of Derrick Favors, who sat with left knee soreness. Crowder ended with 15 points, six rebounds, a steal and a block on 7-for-13 shooting in 35 minutes as the Jazz won their third straight, 113-104. Despite being traded from the organization four years ago, the former Marquette star has no hard feelings toward the franchise. “I always think about it. I’m always thankful,” said Crowder, who spent his first … [Read more...] about Mavericks coach Rick Carlisle sees Utah Jazz’s Jae Crowder as player to never ‘let go in a trade’
Knowing when to let go of a relationship
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Health Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement Supported by Animals, like humans, are reluctant to give up on pursuits they’ve invested in, psychologists report. ByErica Goode July 12, 2018 Suppose that, seeking a fun evening out, you pay $175 for a ticket to a new Broadway musical. Seated in the balcony, you quickly realize that the acting is bad, the sets are ugly and no one, you suspect, will go home humming the melodies. Do you head out the door at the intermission, or stick it out for the duration? Studies of human decision-making suggest that most people will stay put, even though money spent in the past logically should have no bearing on the choice. This “sunk cost fallacy,” as economists call it, is one of many ways that humans allow emotions to affect their choices, sometimes to their own detriment. But the tendency to factor past investments … [Read more...] about Mice Don’t Know When to Let It Go, Either
If you're of a certain age, like me, the Toys“R”Us bankruptcy and impending liquidation might've hit you harder than you expected. Maybe you grew up wandering those aisles. (I did, and still remember the excitement of visiting Geoffrey the Giraffe before Christmas.) Maybe you took your children there. (I did that, too: I cherish a photo of my daughter riding a bike at Toys“R”Us, only months ago. There was plenty of room to ride, where the customers used to be.) Stores fail. That happens. But is there anything to reflect on here, besides the pull of nostalgia as we all get older and the world changes all around us? Just maybe. Here in New Jersey, we’ve had a special connection to Toys“R”Us, a company first headquartered in Montvale and then Wayne. Many of us worked for the company, knew others who did, or had business relationships with it. The disappearance of those jobs and supplier relationships has hurt us and our communities, even though … [Read more...] about Losing Toys“R” Us: More than letting go of childhood?
The first episode of the Love Letters podcast is up today! The whole season is about the best ways to get over a breakup. Episode 1 is about whether it works to "get over someone by getting under someone new," and I talk to people who tried. There are a few epic stories, including one about a Craiglist ad for rebound sex. Listen here. You can send comments about the episode to [email protected] Also, to get the newsletter for episodes, book stuff, free things, and other news, sign up here. Hi Meredith! I have been a single mom for almost five years now. The split with my ex was pretty traumatizing and the co-parenting relationship between us hasn't been any better. I have been completely on my own since then, even as a parent. It has been hard but it has made me focus on my career and myself. I recently met an amazing man, but he is going through a divorce. He has young children and was married for about 10 years. Because I hadn't really dated anyone seriously in so … [Read more...] about He’s going through a divorce