Interesting and insightful
Fascinating episodes! I really enjoy the topics and conversations. I’ve listened to a range of psychology podcasts and really appreciate the breadth, depth and originality of this one. The podcast had improved over time and I’ve enjoyed following the journey. Personally I really enjoy the solo episodes (the most recent episode about grifters was amazing). Fingers crossed for an audio version of the depolarization book soon!
reallygreatproduct via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/21/23
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