Update June 2021: I can no longer stomach this show. The arrogance and support of unsubstantiated conspiracy theories is off the charts now. Lisle especially keeps claiming he knows stuff 100% and then gets proven wrong (eg. pandemic will be over in 2 weeks).They belong with Pam Popper and the other quacks. Very sad because I followed these guys for years and now I'm questioning many things I thought I learned from them and their associates. Too hard to separate the gold from the garbage. ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ Dr. Lisle's book The Pleasure Trap and this podcast are some of the most helpful resources on discovering how to live healthy and happy. He answered one of my questions on a recent podcast which was super generous and helpful! Just a really great unique perspective on everything in life. Not politically correct at all but I can excuse a few things I don't agree with since there are so many nuggets of wisdom here. And he is super kind. Usually. :) And Nate does a great job hosting, asking follow up questions and commenting throughout the show.Read full review »
Liz SoCal via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/10/21
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Fantastic podcast! The world makes so much sense through this lens. Both Doctors articulate and explain the concepts of evolutionary psychologically so well, and when you hear it you realise that you intuitively knew it all along. Doug and Jen are my intellectual crushes!! Get listening people!
okuyfbk via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 03/11/21
Coronavirus Loneliness episode- male doc was carrying on about some lady who bothered him, which was very petty on his part. I don’t need to listen to this judgmental negativity
Fluffster Normalpaws via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/12/21
Dr Doug Lisle applies the evolutionary framework to the behavior of human beings. Applying it to real human behavior he makes topics which are sometimes dry in the textbooks fascinating and engaging. I have listened to the first 60 episodes. I plan to start from number one today for a second...Read full review »
Noitalfed via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/09/17
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