May 17 • 6M

The Paradoxical Nature of Negative Emotions [Audio]


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Ryan Bruno
Bi-weekly audio essays on the psychology of (ir)rationality, critical thinking, and other topics. | Book Reviews, Literature Reviews
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Enchiridion (Epictetus): Book Summary, Key Lessons and Best Quotes
Epictetus, the Greek stoic philosopher

When was the last time you were overcome with jealousy? Encumbered by social comparison? Riddled with guilt or embarrassment? How many people do you hate in this world? What lengths would you go to watch them get what they deserve? If you pay close attention to your mind, you’ll realize its tendency to perseverate o…

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