Mar 4, 2021 • 47M

19: LOVE THEMED FEBRUARY: Self Love & Self Care - It's not Selfish and its SUPER Important

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The Rethinking Humanity Podcast dives into social philosopher Eric Fromm’s writings on society and culture from the 1950s and reveals their relevance to the current day. It connects modern writers and thinkers ideas to those of Fromm.
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Yea, we know it's already March...but we had to do oneeee more episode on the theme of love!  To start episode 19, we discuss where we are about a year into the pandemic with regards to recovery as a nation from a health perspective as well as an economic perspective. We also reveal what our exciting news is for April 3, the 1st year anniversary of the podcast. And marvel at the fact that we have been doing the podcast for a year now!  Diving into the content, we discuss what self love is, what it isn't and why it is important. We also mention some ways we can show ourselves self love once we have realized it is an awesome thing to prioritize in our lives.  The outro is a throwback to episode 14, in which we discussed the ugliness of bureaucracy and the need for a new model for interaction and management of peoples and societies. Special thanks to Richard Berry for the reading.  Our new email address is, please feel free to shoot us an email sharing your thoughts on the podcast! We'd love to hear.  :) Partner Links:   Quiet Punch -  Code at checkout for 10% off & to Support the Podcast: RETHINKINGHUMANITY   Disclosure: The above affiliate links are products I personally use and highly recommend. We won't endorse or promote any products we haven't personally used, verified, or don't fully recommend.    Rethinking Humanity Links:  Watch this episode & other special content on our YouTube Channel Rethinking Humanity:  Find us on socials:  IG: @rethinkinghumanity, @laceydelayne, @larreasonya  @victorwainho  Twitter: @rthnknghumanity, @laceydelayne, @victorwainho  Credits:  Executive Producer & Co-Host: Lacey Delayne  Co-Host & Producer: Sonya Larrea  Technical Producer: Victor Ho

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