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Made of honor | Hidden Brain Podcast | Hidden Brain

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Stories help us make sense of the world, and can even help us to heal from trauma. They also shape our cultural narratives, for better and for worse.

This week on Hidden Brain, we conclude our three-part series on storytelling with a look at the phenomenon of “honor culture,” and how it dictates the way we think and behave.

Editor’s Note: I recommend this podcast, and this episode noted. About social and personal psychology. There are additional readings on the link page.

Source: Made-of-Honor| Hidden Brain Podcast | Hidden Brain Media

Love is Blind | Hidden Brain Media

Podcast audio…

Why do some relationships last, while others falter? In this bonus episode, Shankar looks at one thing successful couples do well. 

* duration: 6:15

* Published: 2/12/21 5:51:00 PM

* Show Notes: https://hiddenbrain.org/podcast/love-is-blind/

See Transcript (also published in “LA Times”): https://www.happyscribe.com/public/hidden-brain/love-is-blind

Source: Episode feed: Hidden Brain – https://www.npr.org/rss/podcast.php?id=510308