Our communities can help us live “the good life.” But what about the people that tick us off? How do we form more resilient relationships that make us healthier and more connected? We discuss these things with Dr. Curt Thompson, psychiatrist and author of The Soul of Shame. He says that repairing broken relationships can actually usher us into a *greater* connection with others than we had previously.
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Living well requires dying well. Listen to our conversation with Dr. Lydia Dugdale on BEYOND THE FORUM wherever you listen to podcasts. And don’t forget to subscribe, review, and share on social media–and please tag us @veritasforum! You can see our full slate of speakers for our first season and learn more about us at beyondtheforum.org.
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People have been talking about “the good life” for centuries, but are you any closer to knowing what it is or how to live it? Given the past year, we thought now would be a good time to try! So we teamed up with PRX (the award-winning producer of This American Life and other shows) and some of our favorite thinkers to help you answer the question.
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