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THINKING THURSDAY: How Religion Turned American Politics against Science: Zac Gandara: Kurt Andersen

THINKING THURSDAY: How Religion Turned American Politics against Science: Zac Gandara: Kurt Andersen

Thinking Thursday’s are about critically thinking, breaking out of boxes, and discussing new ways we could live this life together.

A Fellow Loser sends in a Big Think video featuring Kurt Andersen talking about how the Christian Right has seriously harmed the perception of science American politics.

MONDAY MELTDOWN: Dealing with Difficult People and Leading Without Being a Dick: Zac Gandara

MONDAY MELTDOWN: Dealing with Difficult People and Leading Without Being a Dick: Zac Gandara

Monday Meltdown is our weekly time to chat with each other. This week…

Fellow Loser Nick, calls in to talk about his new position at work, wondering if it’s possible to work alongside difficult people and lead them while not being difficult himself.

THINKING THURSDAY: Do We Have Control Over Anything?: Zac Gandara

THINKING THURSDAY: Do We Have Control Over Anything?: Zac Gandara

Thinking Thursday’s are about critically thinking, breaking out of boxes, and discussing new ways we could live this life together.

I once was told that the only things we have control over are our thoughts and energy/effort. I have since added our focus, and time to the list. What do you think? Do you agree that we have control over these things? Let’s talk about it!

MONDAY MELTDOWN: The Mail Bag: Thoughts and Questions: Zac Gandara

MONDAY MELTDOWN: The Mail Bag: Thoughts and Questions: Zac Gandara

Monday Meltdown is our weekly time to chat with each other. This week…

We get emails or messages from fellow Losers every week sharing with us what the show means to them and how it’s helping them. It’s past time that we hear those emails on the show.

THINKING THURSDAY: Transitions and Finding Yourself: Zac Gandara: Deepak Chopra: Yung Pueblo

THINKING THURSDAY: Transitions and Finding Yourself: Zac Gandara: Deepak Chopra: Yung Pueblo

Thinking Thursday’s are about critically thinking, breaking out of boxes, and discussing new ways we could live this life together.

In life, transitions are inevitable. We can’t avoid change. It comes for us no matter what. Change often happens when we decide to heal our traumas when we learn how to care for and love ourselves — taking on the task of finding ourselves and giving ourselves control of our lives again.

MONDAY MELTDOWN: Fixing Homelessness, Empathy, Helping Others: Zac Gandara: Mark Horvath

MONDAY MELTDOWN: Fixing Homelessness, Empathy, Helping Others: Zac Gandara: Mark Horvath

Monday Meltdown is our weekly time to chat with each other. This week…

A fellow Loser sent me to the new Adam Conover podcast Factually! On it he chats with the founder of Invisible People, Mark Horvath conducts intimate, groundbreaking interviews with people experiencing homelessness. With these interviews, he is educating the less empathetic in hopes of us having a better future together.

THINKING THURSDAY: 5 Schools of Philosophical Thought We Should Know: Zac Gandara

THINKING THURSDAY: 5 Schools of Philosophical Thought We Should Know: Zac Gandara

Thinking Thursday’s are about critically thinking, breaking out of boxes, and discussing new ways we could live this life together.

We dive into five philosophies to get an overview of some schools of thought to add to our critical thinking toolbox — Nihilism, Existentialism, Stoicism, Hedonism, and Marxism. Also, fellow Loser Jennifer calls into to encourage us all in our growth and healing from the traumas of narcissism.

MONDAY MELTDOWN: How the Concept of Forgiveness is Used to Gaslight: Zac Gandara: Sophia King

MONDAY MELTDOWN: How the Concept of Forgiveness is Used to Gaslight: Zac Gandara: Sophia King

Monday Meltdown is our weekly time to chat with each other. This week…

Former show guest Lillith Starr posted this article “How the concept of forgiveness is used to gaslight women.” It’s a perfect meltdown for those of us who have been silenced and been gaslighted because we were hurt.