Focusing on the idea of good and evil, we complete the series based on “Three Untruths” from the book “Coddling of the American Mind”.
Question your feelings. Learn to understand how the brain processes information so that we can deepen our relationship to each other.
We all make errors, experience confusion, and failure. Learn why consequences are important, maybe even desirable and how we learn from them.
We explore the feeling of hate with an understanding of the human need to shape reality as we believe it should be.
Democracy exists at the intersection of humanity’s greatest potential and all our foibles. We explore why it’s important to vote.
Exploring three basic truths about self-care: how we deal with consequences, create meaning/purpose, and learn to accept our feelings.
Connecting the nature of failure, to a discussion of behavior and go over six steps to working through the difficulty of failing.
The values of behavior explain how a particular behavior supports our deep need to construct a reality that makes sense to us.
Human behavior is often thought of as an inherent trait in others but we will excuse the same behavior in ourselves as a result of circumstances.
Your anger, often labeled as “bad”, is a great way of knowing what is important to you. We do not get angry about things we don’t care about.
Exploring how anecdotes influence our perspective and the stories we tell. Expanding our stories increases our ability to find common ground.
Setting goals you build off what you Value, what you care about, and therefore on behavior, you’re already doing. Succeed from a place of plenty.
Looking at change as a foundational law of life can help us on our journeys of discovery and see others more clearly.
Exploring attraction and the hope for a relationship. What can we do with our feelings for other people? What are our feelings telling us?
Discussing the replication problem in psychology and how challenging data is part of the process of discovery, not a sign to dismiss what’s come before.