It’s that time After Hours when the Shrinks kick back and get a little more causal – talking about issues that sometimes hit closer to home. What do we do when we age? Where do we want to be and who will care?
The one in which we talk about the pandemic of domestic violence that has increased within the COVID-19 pandemic.
The one in which we talk about the split(s) in our economy between the haves and the have-nots. Chasms that seems to be growing larger with little justice sight.
The one in which we explore the Great Resignation, aka the Big Quit. Masses of people are reportedly leaving their jobs and not looking back; we wanted to know why.
In this session of Shrinks After Hours, we discuss the distorted ways we see ourselves – the background, the impact, and what we can do about it.
The one in which we talk about gambling and bitcoin. We look into the psychological impact of gambling and when playing with money becomes an addiction.
The one in which we unpack the Filibuster. There was recently a lot of talk about changing or even getting rid of the filibuster. in this session we talk about what the filibuster is and why it needs changing.
The one in which we break down the work of Political Action Committees to help us more easily understand what they are and how they influence politics and elections.
The one in which we talk about how important it is to get away from our dependence on fossil fuels and move toward clean green energy. We also talk about the great resistance to doing what’s needed in this regard.
On this last Tuesday of the month, we’re talking After Hours about how burned out we all are from this whole pandemic thing. And, how important it is to keep going and keep up the suggested health protocols and guidelines anyway.