This week, we dig into that awful four-letter word: SELFISH. To many, being selfish—as in, putting your needs above the needs of others—is one the worst possible ways of being, and it’s avoided at all costs. So, what does it really mean to be a selfish person? What does this belief system create in our lives? Is there a balance? Let's talk.
Meet Anger: one of the five core emotions, and also one of the most demonized and misunderstood. This week, we take a deep dive into what emotions actually are, what anger exists for, and why it is so critical to your sense of self and emotional health.
How do you keep going when nothing seems to be working? How do you stay in the game when things become overwhelming? What's the effing point of it all? This week we discuss how despair, hopelessness, sadness and happiness work to figure out what the "point" actually is.
Loneliness may just be the most dangerous affliction of our time. In this episode, we dissect it: What is loneliness, anyway? How is it different than isolation and solitude? Why are we so damn lonely and is there anything we can do about it? We each talk about our own maps of loneliness, what it was like, and how we got through (or didn't).
Jealousy and envy suck. Meadow and Laura break down the difference between the two and what they're actually good for using Laura's (embarrassing, cringe-worthy) example.