027: Mary McNaughton-Cassill – What To Do About Your Media Diet

027: Mary McNaughton-Cassill – What To Do About Your Media Diet

Staying on top of the news is part of being a good citizen. But what happens your media diet is making you sick? In this episode, I sit down with Mary McNaughton-Cassill, a clinical psychologist and a professor at UT San Antonio, who studies how the news affects our...
023: The Anxiety Cure

023: The Anxiety Cure

When you live your life in a rush, anxiety is a constant companion. In this supercut, I ask some of Hurry Slowly’s most popular guests, “What gives you anxiety?” You’ll learn that you’re not alone in over-thinking things, and get some actionable ideas on how to manage...
006: Ann Friedman – The News Is Not Good

006: Ann Friedman – The News Is Not Good

How do you maintain your sanity — and avoid apathy — in the face of a relentlessly negative news cycle? That’s the focus of this interview with whipsmart journalist Ann Friedman, who writes regularly about politics, feminism, and activism for New York magazine and the...