E82: Johann Hari: Everything You Think You Know About Meaning & Happiness Is Wrong
The Diary Of A CEO with Steven Bartlett
This podcast is a real treat and a podcast that you cannot miss!Johann has come back and what honour it was to record. He has to be my all-time favourite guest ever! His book ‘Lost Connections’ had such a positive, transformative impact on my life and truly changed my perspective on how I viewed depression & addiction. I am sure that the information shared today will be valuable and important topics that our society needs to hear. Johann is a very successful and inspirational British-Swiss writer and journalist with 2 books hitting The New York Times best sellers list. Born in Glasgow Scotland then relocated to London when he was young, Johann experienced some childhood trauma having suffered from being physically abused as child and his mother suffering from an illness.Starting his career as a journalist he won many awards such as Journalist of the year and was named by the Daily Telegraph as one of the most influential people. Johann then went to onto being an author writing the worldwide known “Lost Connections” and “Chasing the Scream”. He also released a TED talk back in 2015 “Everything you think you know about addiction is wrong” which has now over 17 million views.This honest conversation lasted around 2 hours and we even went on into the evening off air. I genuinely think that this might be the most important podcast you choose to ignore. I’m not giving much away, but you will thank me after.Topics: Why do you like writing books? Rat Park Working from home, living through screens Finding meaning within the machine Are we struggling to form meaningful connections How good are you at making connections Psychedelics Is Social media helping us rally together Your new book & your writing style Social media Johann:https://www.instagram.com/johann.hari/ https://twitter.com/johannhari101 VOTE FOR US FOR BEST BRITISH PODCAST:https://www.britishpodcastawards.com/vote?utm_source=emailoctopus&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Nominated Sponsor:uk.huel.com/
S1 / E25 Spirituality & Depression: A Conversation with author Johann Hari
The Marianne Williamson Podcast: Conversations That Matter
With rates of depression and anxiety rising — skyrocketing during the pandemic — we’re all looking for a quick fix.But a quick fix doesn’t get to the root of the problem as author Johann Hari details in his book, "Lost Connections: Why You’re Depressed and How to Find Hope." Suffering from depression for most of his life, Hari set out to study why so many are struggling and what he came up with, his 9 causes of depression, is spot-on. This is a topic that’s close to my heart - something I’ve spoken and written about for years and I couldn’t be happier to have this discussion with Johann. We talk about our struggles with depression, habits you can build to lessen the severity when the sadness strikes and how society and government contributes to people’s despair. Johann Hari’s Website: https://johannhari.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/johannhari Instagram: https://instagram.com/johann.hari Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JohannHari.Page Subscribe to The Marianne Williamson Podcast YouTube Channel: https://bit.ly/3lEb6JT Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/36qnqH4 Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2JV8pW4 Follow Marianne on Social Media Twitter: https://twitter.com/marwilliamson Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/williamsonmarianne Instagram: https://instagram.com/mariannewilliamson See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Johann Hari is an international best-selling author, journalist and thinker who has written two books we especially love: Chasing the Scream (about drugs and addiction) and Lost Connections (about what produces depression). So he may be one of the most fitting guests we've had.In this conversation with Bart Campolo, Johann talks about the purpose of pain, the value of community, understanding despair, how people learn social skills and friendship, why our intuitions on addiction may be wrong and our intuitions on depression may be right, the psychological poisons in our culture, releasing shame as an antidepressant, and much more.All things Johann can be found at JohannHari.com.—Follow this podcast to stay up-to-date:Twitter: @HumanizeMePodInstagram: @HumanizeMePodcastCheck out Patreon.com/HumanizeMe! Support the podcast there for the cost of a cup of coffee once a month and get extra content for it. That amount won’t matter to you, but it means everything to us and makes the podcast happen! (Includes access to the monthly bonus podcast, ‘Why It Matters’, where we discuss the show and read listener feedback, and the ‘Campolo Sessions‘, long-form conversations between Bart and his dad Tony Campolo.)Humanize Me is hosted by Bart Campolo and is produced by John Wright at JuxMedia.com.
Julia is joined by author Johann Hari for episode four of A Living Loss. In this episode Julia and Johann talk about the heartache of first love, dealing with depression, witnessing addiction at a young age and coping with a family member with Dementia. If any of the issues brought up by this interview affected you do find support in the following places:mind.co.ukdementiauk.orgbacp.co.uksamaritans.org See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The bestselling author Johann Hari joined me from London to discuss his books on addiction and mental illness, his film The United States vs. Billie Holiday, and his prescription of love. Enroll in the upcoming Renegade University webinar FROM SATOSHI TO FINANCIAL SOVEREIGNTY: AN INTRODUCTION TO CRYPTOCURRENCY: https://renegadeuniversity.com/product/introduction-to-cryptocurrency/ Join Renegade University: https://www.renegadeuniversity.com/ Join the Unregistered … Continue reading Unregistered 157: Johann Hari →
This week, Professor Nutt speaks to journalist Johann Hari @johannhari101 about the ‘war on drugs’. It is now widely accepted that the ‘war on drugs’ has failed, with many people believing it can never succeed. Despite this, politicians from around the world continue to follow this mantra as an effective strategy to reduce drug-related harms. The reason why… politics. Currently, it is politically damaging to support the legalisation of drugs because public discourse has been led to believe that legalisation will cause anarchy and chaos. Contrarily, what we have now is a complete lack of control. Legally regulating the supply of drugs is the only way to bring order to this chaos. Johann Hari is the author of two New York Times best-selling books. His first, ‘Chasing the Scream: the First and Last Days of the War on Drugs’, is currently being adapted into a major Hollywood film by Oscar-winning director Lee Daniels, and into a non-fiction documentary series. His first TED talk, ‘Everything You Think You Know About Addiction is Wrong’, has been viewed more than 40 million times across all platforms. He has written over the past decade for some of the world’s leading newspapers and magazines, including the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, the Guardian, the Spectator, Le Monde Diplomatique, the Melbourne Age, and Politico. He is a regular panellist on HBO’s Realtime With Bill Maher.Chasing the Scream Lost ConnectionsProfessor Nutt fired Portugal decriminalisation Bud OsbornSafe injection facilities Philip Owen – coffin Billie Holiday Strange Fruit Ruth DreifussNeil Woods episode Swiss experiment Crispin Blunt episode Harry Anslinger Become a Drug Science Community Member: https://www.donate.drugscience.org.uk/Twitter: @ProfDavidNutt @Drug_ScienceA Fascinate Productions podcast for Drug Science★ Support this podcast ★
In the first episode of season two, Hugh chats with international best-selling author, Johann Hari.For those of you who listened to season one, you will have heard us mention Johann Hari, and his book Lost Connections, ALOT. We’re big fans.In fact, he’s had a huge influence on not just us, but some of our previous guests (see Missy Higgins Ep. 1). So, even though it’s a bit of a different episode than what we’d usually do, we couldn’t be more excited to be starting the season with Johann as our first guest.Hugh and Johann have a fascinating discussion around anxiety, depression, addiction, connection and how our mental health is connected to the work around us.Following this, Ryan and Hugh try hard not to completely fanboy over Johann as they attempt to further explore some of these powerful ideas.If this episode has triggered anything for you around mental health, we strongly recommend lifeline on 13 11 14.The Imperfects is brought to you by The Resilience Project. Produced by Ryan Shelton, Hugh van Cuylenburg and Josh van Cuylenburg. A very very special thank you also to No Mono (Pie Eater) for generously allowing us to use ‘Keep On’ as the theme song for this podcast.For more information and links to anything discussed in today’s episode, please visit: https://theresilienceproject.com.au/podcast/
Dopey 244: Johann Hari on Addiction and Connection, Rat Park, Coke, Heroin, Portugal
Dopey: On the Dark Comedy of Drug Addiction
This week on Dopey: Johann Hari calls in and lays it down on the truth about addiction, depression and the unlimited resilience of the human spirit. He takes us through the findings of the famous Rat Park experiment, and guides us through the drug decriminalization in Portugal. We also hear all about the crucial role of purpose in an addicts recovery, and of course how connection is the opposite of addiction. PLUS Dopey legendary story teller Mick drops a fire voicemail, and Alan finishes it all up with a classic review read from his opulent lake house with Kayak launch ramp. All that plus pets, disgusting habits and more on this weeks stunningly smarter edition of Dopey.
#281: Johann Hari on Lost Connections and Uncovering The Real Causes of Depression and Anxiety (And The Unexpected Solutions)
The Brian Keane Podcast
Johann is the author of the New York Times best selling book. 'LOST CONNECTIONS: Uncovering the Real Causes of Depression - and the Unexpected Solutions.' Johann’s ground breaking book talks about disconnection and the nine cause of depression and anxiety. 1. Disconnection from meaningful work 2. Disconnection from other people 3. Disconnection from meaningful values 4. Disconnection from childhood trauma 5. Disconnection from status and respect 6. Disconnection from the natural world 7. Disconnection from a. hopeful or secure future Cause 8 and 9: the real role of genes and brain changes This was possibly one of my favourite podcast of all time and it goes slightly longer than normal (90 minutes) but you’ll see exactly why as we start to dig into one of the most prevalent topics when it comes to mental health in 2020. Here are some of the things we talked about: · Why junk values are the happiness equivalent of junk food · How the opposite of addiction is connection · Why porn is to sex what social media is to real person interaction and conversations. · Why the mistaken belief of making yourself externally perfect is making you miserable. · And so much more. SHOWNOTES: The Lost Connections Website https://thelostconnections.com Johann’s website: https://johannhari.com------------------------------------- Check out my latest book ‘Rewire` Your Mindset’ on audiobook – available now on Audible – click here. (https://www.audible.co.uk/pd/Rewire-Your-Mindset-Audiobook/B0885DLNGT?source_code=AUKFrDlWS02231890H6-BK-ACX0-195065&ref=acx_bty_BK_ACX0_195065_rh_uk