"It's as if we regard other people as psychological crystals, with
everything important refracted to the visible surface, while regarding
ourselves as psychological icebergs, with the majority of what matters
submerged and invisible" (258). -- Kathryn Schulz
Chapter 12, "Heartbreak" in Kathryn Schulz's book Being Wrong focuses
on "why people are so wrong, so often, about love" (249). At the same
time though, the chapter is about the deep craving among humans to keep
"the terror of isolation in check" (259).
Of the topics that Schulz covered in the chapter, what did you find most
useful? Why? Please identify the page number for the concept or idea
that you cite.