12. The Falling Tides of Life

12. The Falling Tides of Life

Update: 2020-09-14
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As we enter a new season, we're facing the reality that the pandemic is not a temporary affliction, but an involuntary transition from one way of life to another. In this episode, Arthur and Ceci discuss the psychology behind why transitions--whether voluntary or involuntary--can be so uncomfortable and why our natural reaction is to resist them. Most importantly, Arthur shares how instead of working against them, we can embrace these periods of "falling tides" in our lives and reap the benefits.


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References and further reading:

The Clocklike Regularity of Major Life Changes | Arthur Brooks



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12. The Falling Tides of Life

12. The Falling Tides of Life

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