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349 | Outgrowing Things

The Minimalists Podcast

Release Date: 07/19/2022

359 | Decluttering Facebook Friends show art 359 | Decluttering Facebook Friends

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The Minimalists talk about getting rid of excess “friends” on social media. Listen to all two hours of episode 359 on . Discussed in this episode: How do we appropriately curate our ‘friends’ lists in our social media accounts? (01:40) Why do we act on social media in ways we would never act in real life? (06:48) How do we tactfully encourage our partners to embrace minimalist practices? (14:05) Detailed show notes:  Join The Minimalists Private Podcast: 

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358 | Relationship Clutter show art 358 | Relationship Clutter

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The Minimalists are joined by licensed therapists and to discuss relationship clutter. Listen to all two hours of episode 358 on . Discussed in this episode: How do I search intentionally for a life partner without becoming consumed by that pursuit? (01:45) Does a need for relationships inevitably cause relationship clutter? (03:31) What is the danger in prioritizing my partner’s needs? (5:27) What is your perspective regarding codependency? (06:19) How do you maintain your joy without making others that are suffering feel that you’re not compassionate? (07:15) Is it a matter of personal...

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357 | Angry show art 357 | Angry

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Ryan Nicodemus returns and the trio talks about what makes them angry. Listen to all three hours of episode 357 on . Discussed in this episode: Is anger most commonly triggered by fear and sadness? (01:30) What is your perspective regarding acceptance? (04:46) How do I tactfully address a significant difference in our decor preferences with my partner? (15:41) Detailed show notes:  Join The Minimalists Private Podcast: 

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356 | Judgment show art 356 | Judgment

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The Minimalists are joined by musician and YouTuber to talk about judgment as emotional clutter. Watch all three hours of episode 356 on . Discussed in this episode: How do we help our children control their emotions? (01:51)   How do we best manage the judgment of loved ones? (16:23)   Where do Ruslan and The Minimalists disagree on judgment? (17:39)   What is the difference between description and prescription? (19:01) Detailed show notes: Join The Minimalists Private Podcast:

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355 | Kids' Stuff show art 355 | Kids' Stuff

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The Minimalists are joined by Joshua’s wife, , host of How to Love, to talk about unconventional relationships and parenting. Listen to all three hours of episode 355 on . Discussed in this episode: How do I discuss creating appropriate boundaries with our children with my spouse and grandparents? (01:40) How do we incorporate specificity to better manage difficult conversations? (09:15) How do we treat children equitably within a family? (10:28) What is the best method for creating solutions? (15:19) How do we help children realize the benefits of minimalism? (17:53) Detailed show notes: ...

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354 | Misery show art 354 | Misery

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The Minimalists are joined by philosopher to talk about misery, trauma, and letting go of souvenirs. Listen to all three hours of episode 354 on . Discussed in this episode: What drives The Minimalists to help others? (01:41) What inspires Peter Rollins to create? (05:57) Why is work meaningful to us? (07:14) How do we let go of the guilt of a poorly chosen present? (10:33) What is your perspective regarding gifts? (13:40) What do you consider magical about live events? (25:13) What is a temporary autonomous zone? (27:58) Detailed show notes:  Join The Minimalists Private Podcast: 

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353 | Quitting Minimalism show art 353 | Quitting Minimalism

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The Minimalists are joined by comedian to talk about quitting minimalism, saying “no” to birthday gifts, and more. Listen to all three hours of episode 353 on The Minimalists Private Podcast: Discussed in this episode: What is your perspective regarding people quitting minimalism? (01:50) Why do we often blame our problems on everything but ourselves? (05:53) What is “new-convert syndrome”? (10:31) How do we tactfully refuse gifts? (12:33) What are T.K.’s three options regarding gifts? (16:02) Detailed show notes: Join The Minimalists Private Podcast:

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352 | The Expectations show art 352 | The Expectations

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The Minimalists are joined by musician to talk about the problem with expectations and assumptions. Watch all three hours of episode 352 on The Minimalists Private Podcast: Discussed in this episode: How do I lower or eliminate expectations? (01:44) What is the distinction between an expectation and an assumption? (10:26) What do you consider your most meaningful accomplishment? (12:22) What can attendees of the Sunday Symposium event expect? (24:46) Detailed show notes:  Join The Minimalists Private Podcast: 

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351 | Funeral for Things show art 351 | Funeral for Things

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The Minimalists are joined by their new cohost, , to talk about dead things, dead relationships, and more. Listen to all three hours of episode 351 on The Minimalists Private Podcast: Discussed in this episode: Why did T.K. Coleman join The Minimalists Podcast as the new cohost? (00:19) Are we obligated to always attend the funerals of loved ones? (03:43) How do I accept my mother dating after the death of my father? (15:46) What is “chronological snobbery”? (24:06) Why did you create the Sunday Symposium event? (30:54) Detailed show notes: Join The Minimalists Private Podcast:

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The Minimalists discuss with professional organizer the likelihood that nearly all of us are at least stage 1 hoarders. Listen to full episodes of The Minimalists Private Podcast: FOLLOW THE MINIMALISTS:

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The Minimalists discuss outgrowing possessions, careers, cities, routines, habits, traditions, and relationships, they release a major announcement, and they answer the following questions:

How can you tell you’ve outgrown something? (01:48) 

What is the common denominator of outgrown things? (04:39)

How do I move on from my past traumas so they have the least negative impact on my present self? (10:35)

What is your perspective regarding trauma? (16:58)

How do I move on from something without feeling I’m losing part of my identity? (21:12)

Who is the new cohost of The Minimalists Podcast? (37:21)

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