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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.

THINKING THURSDAY: Guilt and Shame in Relationships are a Sign of Toxicity: Zac Gandara: Esther Perel

THINKING THURSDAY: Guilt and Shame in Relationships are a Sign of Toxicity: Zac Gandara: Esther Perel

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

A fellow Loser wrote to tell me about Esther Perel on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard. I loved it. Then my therapist mentions Esther Perel to me, encouraging me to watch her TED Talk. Here is an excerpt from her episode; let's talk about it.

MONDAY MELTDOWN: Honoring Minorities: Gay Pride: Straight Pride: Zac Gandara: Mike Schmitt

MONDAY MELTDOWN: Honoring Minorities: Gay Pride: Straight Pride: Zac Gandara: Mike Schmitt

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

Show producer, former guest, fellow Loser, and Gay Scientist friend of the podcast, Michael Schmitt comments on last weeks Meltdown regarding "Straight Pride."

THINKING THURSDAY: If You Are Confused, You Are Still Free: Zac Gandara: David R. Hawkins

THINKING THURSDAY: If You Are Confused, You Are Still Free: Zac Gandara: David R. Hawkins

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

Growing up, I was told, "Satan is the author of confusion," that "There is only one truth." Perhaps that was incorrect? What do you think? Maybe it's time to put those teachings through our critical thinking machine?

MONDAY MELTDOWN: Why Gay Pride is Important for Straight People: Zac Gandara

MONDAY MELTDOWN: Why Gay Pride is Important for Straight People: Zac Gandara

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

With the continual resurgence of a “straight pride month,” I’d like to talk about why gay pride is so crucial to straight people. What we can learn from it and why it should inspire all of us.

THINKING THURSDAY: What Make’s a Healthy Relationship?: Zac Gandara: Jen Moff: John Criscitello

THINKING THURSDAY: What Make’s a Healthy Relationship?: Zac Gandara: Jen Moff: John Criscitello

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

Former show guest John Criscitello posted an image about relationship mental health to kick off this June’s LGBT Pride Month. Originally posted by Jen Moff, we take a look at it and ask if it’s what we think healthy relationships are.

MONDAY MELTDOWN: What To Do When You Feel Tired, Uninspired, Wanting More?: Zac Gandara

MONDAY MELTDOWN: What To Do When You Feel Tired, Uninspired, Wanting More?: Zac Gandara

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

Transitions, transformation, change is hard. Far too often when we are struggling, we take on the cliché advice of people, gurus, or teachers that don’t understand the context and nuance of our specific situation. How do we hear and heal ourselves?

THINKING THURSDAY: Study Finds that Children Raised Without Religion Show More Empathy and Kindness: Dan Arel: Zac Gandara

THINKING THURSDAY: Study Finds that Children Raised Without Religion Show More Empathy and Kindness: Dan Arel: Zac Gandara

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

Former show guest Silas Lindenstein sent in an article entitled “Study finds that children raised without religion show more empathy and kindness.” We talk about and put it through the critical thinking machine.