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Dec 10, 2019

It’s that time of year where the idea of love is glorified through romantic comedies and scenes of people pouring their hearts out for a chance to have a partner to spend the rest of their lives with. This notion of one-true, everlasting love--POP! Susan Piver, prolific writer on modern relationships, brings you back...


Nov 26, 2019

Did you know that our society’s currently facing an epidemic level of loneliness? And that lack of connection is clinically proven to trigger our sympathetic nervous system, leading to a death spiral to our health? Well--good news! Thanks to leading psychiatrist and educator in the field of human relationships, Amy...


Nov 19, 2019

From the moment we’re born we’re physiologically built with an innate sense to feel connected–to our parents, our siblings, our world. It’s instinctual. So what happens when the world you’re born into or the one you’re raised in turns out to be dark and isolating? Niobe Way, Professor of Developmental...


Nov 12, 2019

It’s our human tendency to want connection and a shared purpose with those around us, but how do we find that place between personal and practical? Martha Bird, business anthropologist, shares her wealth of knowledge and experience to find connectivity on an individual level and with the world around you.

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Oct 29, 2019

There’s an old way of thinking that continues to influence us today and it’s that taking care of yourself is selfish. Do you fall prey to this way of thinking? Today’s guest offers an overwhelming amount of reassurance that caring for yourself is pivotal to your connection, to what’s truly important in your...