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Kelly Corrigan speaks to the former president of Planned Parenthood, Cecile Richards about her path towards living a life devoted to social rights. Cecile was raised by parents who modeled how to stand up for what you believe in. As a result, Cecile committed her life’s work to supporting others in the fight for equality.
Selma Blair discusses her personal journey overcoming alcoholism, abuse and multiple sclerosis. Selma shares stories from her childhood and explains that the labels imposed on her as a kid shaped who she became as an adult. They also talk about the dangerous issue in the medical community of women’s symptoms being ignored and how that contributed to Selma’s late diagnosis of MS.
Kelly Corrigan speaks to neuroscientist, professor and author Lisa Feldman Barrett. She offers ways to reframe anxiety as determination and describes ways in which we can take care of each other’s nervous systems. Lisa also explains the creation of emotions, the debate between naturalists and environmentalists, and why she believes most traits can be developed.
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