Medical illustration of human brain with electric pulses and activity
A discussion about Hidden Brain 2.0 with Shankar Vedantam
The Hidden Brain Host discusses upcoming month of content
By Marquis Lupton
Airdate: November 10th, 2023
In response to the widespread struggles faced by many, November’s Hidden Brain series, “Healing 2.0,” delves into transformative narratives. Recognizing concerns from global turmoil to pandemic-induced anxiety, the series focuses on coping with traumas, especially poignant during the often stressful holiday season. Through radio and podcasts, it aims to unravel the impact of personal stories, explore the intricacies of loss, challenge conventional views on grief, and question the adage “what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger.” The series concludes with a thought-provoking discussion on the art of crafting meaningful apologies, offering a holistic exploration of healing in various aspects of life. By scrutinizing our internal narratives and societal norms, Hidden Brain seeks to provide valuable insights and strategies to navigate the complexities of mental health and well-being during challenging times.