We highlight this ever-evolving lucrative industry and how new laws are better protecting those who’ve been previously taken advantage of.
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We discuss the effects of escalating debt and how listeners can start taking back control.
We speak with author Jennifer Breheny Wallace about the importance of sharing how a person’s value should never be linked to their performance.
Christian Madsbjerg, a mindfulness expert, gives tips on how people can slow down, increase their focus, and feel less chronically stressed.
Martinus Evans shares his story of how he got into running and embodies his own mantra as a 300-pound-man who has run eight marathons.
Drew Barrymore, who grew up in public as a child actor in TV and films, looks back on her life and shares what she’s learned along the way.
Experts discuss what the term psychopath means in the medical world and why many people who have psychopathic tendencies can function in our world.
We cover this burgeoning sector, the lack of overhead regulation in the U.S. and the risks this pervasive form of gambling has on a younger population.
Dr. Gregory Stock who’s made a living asking questions that sometimes have no hard and fast answers. In all reality, sometimes the process of coming to an answer is often more important than any one answer itself.
We speak with a sports psychologist this week about the rising prevalence of mental health disorders among young athletes and what’s being done to improve support services and get rid of stigma both on campus and off-campus.
Ever agree in the moment, but then look back and wish you spoke up and said something? This action of wanting to go with the flow is a very real phenomenon.
The U.S. is considered to have the world’s strongest military, yet many Americans are disconnected from this subsect of American culture. We speak with two experts about why this is and how the gap can be bridged between civilians and those who serve.
With the opioid epidemic raging on into 2022, what’s on the forefront of treatment research when it comes to better tackling substance use disorders? Dr. Anna Rose Childress, a professor and psychiatrist at the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine, joins us this week to breakdown the decades-long epidemic, the challenges of treating …
Why do we believe one person but believe another is lying? This week, author Sarah Weinman joins us as we discuss the story of one American man in the 1950’s who was able to dupe millions and get released from prison.
The isolation of the pandemic has taken a big toll on young people as rates of depression, anxiety and other mental disorders have sharply risen in children and adolescents. What are the key areas that need to be fixed? Why is mental health just as important as physical health? We answer these questions and more this week on Viewpoints.
Regret is an all-too-common feeling that’s simply part of life, but it’s what we learn from our mistakes that matters. Writer Daniel Pink joins us this week to break down the intricacies of this emotion and share how people can avoid self-pity and constructively move forward.