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CoronaCast #3-- Lockdown in France

The Social Exchange

Release Date: 03/22/2020

BONUS EPISODE | Maia Szalavitz -- Addiction and Harm Reducion show art BONUS EPISODE | Maia Szalavitz -- Addiction and Harm Reducion

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This episode originally aired as an episode of the "LPP PODCAST" which you can find here:   Today's guest is Maia Szalavitz, who co-wrote (With Bruce Perry) "The Boy Who Was Raised as a Dog" and the NYT best-seller, "Unbroken Brain" Her forthcoming book is, "Undoing Drugs" - - - - - - - - - -  Check out previous episodes of the LPP Podcast at the Life Process Program web site  

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Episode 74: Curt Jaimungal | Better Left Unsaid Documentary show art Episode 74: Curt Jaimungal | Better Left Unsaid Documentary

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Curt Jaimngal is the co-creator (with Desh Amila) of the documentary film, "Better Left Unsaid". The film shines a light salient cultural issues that are difficult to discuss in a balanced way (at least publicly): namely, the radical arms of both left and right wing politics. "Better Left Unsaid" explores leftist social justice theory and how it turned into censorship and orthodoxly, as well as right-wing nationalism racism and violence. In the film, Jaimungal explores history and discusses what has happened, previously, when these cultural frameworks have been left unchecked and were allowed...

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Episode 73: Shaun Shelly | ou're WRONG About Drugs and Addiction -- Here's Why show art Episode 73: Shaun Shelly | ou're WRONG About Drugs and Addiction -- Here's Why

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Today’s guest is Shaun Shelly (see bio below). Shaun is a drug policy educator (to say the least) from South Africa. We discussed a range of topics, including (but not limited to): Drug use The war on drugs Mental health Societal deficits and potential solutions Logical fallacies and cognitive biases First-principles thinking/problem-solving in psychology Therapy and motivational interviewing Education Humanism And many more topics. FOLLOW SHAUN Arcicles / Blogs / Other Podcasts MORE ABOUT SHAUN SHELLY Shaun is dedicated to the understanding of drug use, the rights of people who use...

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BONUS EPISODE: Aaron Burroughs | Turning Church Gospel Into Funk and Chasing The Artist's Dream show art BONUS EPISODE: Aaron Burroughs | Turning Church Gospel Into Funk and Chasing The Artist's Dream

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Aaron Burroughs grew up singing gospel music for a black church in Ann Arbor Michigan.  He moved to Verrmont as an adult and started a band (an entire style of music) inspired by his gospel roots as well as his love and admiration for musicians like Prince, Whitney Houston, Parliament and more. Or, you might say he started an entirely new genre of music.  You see, Burroughs took the familiar-to-some preacher-esque energy and aesthetic, and turned it into dance-worthy funk, soul and party music.  He was a major influence in Vermont, where he started his group, "Funkwagon", and...

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Episode 72: Brian Cuban -- Being a CUBAN Brother and Beating Addiction show art Episode 72: Brian Cuban -- Being a CUBAN Brother and Beating Addiction

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Brian Cuban tells Zach about his history with addiction, which included drugs and alcohol as well as a dysfunctional relationship with diet, exercise, and body image. Cuban explains that while most people who suffer body dysmorphic disorder are female, most people don't realize just how many men feel shame about their body image---- to the extent that they overcorrect with extreme and unhealthy diets and workouts, as he did. He also discusses his relationship with family members, including his brothers--- one of whom is Mark Cuban, the billionaire "Shark Tank" star and Dallas Mavericks owner....

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Dr. Carl Hart: Drug Use For Grown-Ups (BONUS EPISODE) show art Dr. Carl Hart: Drug Use For Grown-Ups (BONUS EPISODE)

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I interviewed Dr. Carl Hart about his book, "Drug Use For Grown-Ups", when it first hit shelves (Jan. 2021).  This originally appeared on the weekly Life Process Program podcast (LPP is an harm reduction oriented addiction program I work for), but it's worth sharing with you now.  Many of you won't have listened to the original podcast and I think it will bring you value!  At the same time, I want as many people to hear Dr. Hart's message as possible.  Let us know what you think!   

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Episode 71: Eric White - How To Build A Constructive Life Through Dialogue, Podcasting, Pursuing and Living show art Episode 71: Eric White - How To Build A Constructive Life Through Dialogue, Podcasting, Pursuing and Living

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Eric White is the creator and host of theEWpodcast. He doesn't podcast just to be a "sage on the stage" but to have valuable conversations with people who interest him and can bring value to a greater audience. He and I have that in common. Eric and I talk about his backstory-- including a bout of depression and recovery from it-- then discuss what it means to find purpose and meaning in life. Finally, we have a meta conversation about podcasting: why we do it, why it brings us value, and how having interesting (even difficult) discussions a.) makes us better people; b.) empowers people in our...

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Episode 70: How To Honor Children -- Jeanine Fitzgerald show art Episode 70: How To Honor Children -- Jeanine Fitzgerald

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Honoring children-- that's Jeanine Fitzgerald's MO. In this interview, she explains what it takes to be a positive influence in the life of each child-- each person -- that she interacts with. Jeanine's child-first philosophy is evident in all of her work: Her book, "The Dance of Interaction"; her frequent keynote speeches (which she delivers internationally); her work as an educational and family consultant; and in her career as a teacher, working with children in the Fitzgerald Community School, the school that she founded in Massachusetts. Today, she and Zach discuss the differences between...

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Ep. 69 | How We Can Fix Education For Children -- Dr. Peter Gray show art Ep. 69 | How We Can Fix Education For Children -- Dr. Peter Gray

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Zach speaks with Peter Gray about how American schools are failing kids, and how to reverse the tide! Peter Gray, Ph.D. is a research professor at Boston College, is author of: Free to Learn (Basic Books) Psychology (Worth Publishers, a college textbook now in its 8th edition). He has conducted and published research in neuroendocrinology, developmental psychology, anthropology, and education. He did his undergraduate study at Columbia University and earned a Ph.D. in biological sciences at Rockefeller University. His current research and writing focus primarily on children's natural ways of...

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BONUS Episode | Eric White: Trauma, Depression, Purpose, Meaning, and BONUS Episode | Eric White: Trauma, Depression, Purpose, Meaning, and "theEWPodcast"

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Today I spoke with my friend and fellow podcaster, Eric White.  Eric is a deep thinker and a compassionate human-- skills he shares with the world via his podcast, "theEWpodcast".  We talked about Eric's past traumas and how he uses those experiences and memories to build a meaningful life now and into the future.  We also talked about his basis for podcasting in the first place (which he does mostly to be helpful to others).  Lastly, we had a meta conversation about why hosting podcasts-- engaging critical thinkers in good-faith conversations-- is such a useful way of...

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What's it like to be in a nation-wide lockdown in France? Here's one man's perspective. 

His name is Andre Pampel.

Andre described his experience being in a nation-wide lockdown in France, as the country tries to to get a handle on the COVID-19 pandemic. 

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