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Truth or Dare: The Podcast That Boosts Your Social Health

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On Truth or Dare, leading social experts reveal insights or “truths” and then they “dare” listeners to apply them. Each episode shares "best practices" on how to make friends, maintain friendships, and develop a satisfying social life.

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On Truth or Dare, leading social experts reveal insights or “truths” and then they “dare” listeners to apply them. Each episode shares "best practices" on how to make friends, maintain friendships, and develop a satisfying social life.

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Truth or Dare: The Podcast That Boosts Your Social Health

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On Truth or Dare, leading social experts reveal insights or “truths” and then they “dare” listeners to apply them. Each episode shares "best practices" on how to make friends, maintain friendships, and develop a satisfying social life.

Rank #1: The New, More Hopeful Drug Rehab, Featuring Dr.Tony Mele

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Dr.Tony Mele is a licensed psychologist from Philadelphia with 25 years of clinical experience in behavior health. He integrates neuro-biology and traditional psychotherapy to treat addiction using cognitive behavioral interventions.

Learn more about author and host, Sarah Raymond Cunningham, at sarahcunningham.org

Mar 15 2018

34mins

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Rank #2: From Hatred to Hope: A Former KKK Leader Rejects Racism, Featuring Dr.Robert Harris

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Richard Harris ran the largest underground terrorist organization in the  Midwest during the mid- to late-1970s.  But now, over thirty years later, he captivates his  audiences with stories from his journey away from racism, bigotry, and prejudice toward acceptance, love, and tolerance.  Dr. Harris is a keynote speaker, award-winning author, and a communication professor at Southeastern University.

Learn more about author and host, Sarah Raymond Cunningham, at sarahcunningham.org

Mar 22 2018

29mins

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Rank #3: Solving Relationship Problems: From Setting Boundaries to Transitioning Toxic Friendships, Featuring Dr.Van Moody

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Dr. Van Moody is the founding pastor of The Worship Center Christian Church in Birmingham that draws more than 8000 members over multiple locations and has an online campus where people tune in from as far away as Kuwait, Australia, and South Africa.   He is also on the board of Joel Osteen's Champions Network, is a member of Dr. Oz’s Core Team, and is an associate trainer in Japan for Dr. John C. Maxwell’s EQUIP leadership organization. In addition, he's written two books related to social health titled The People Factor and The I-Factor.Learn more about author and host, Sarah Raymond Cunningham, at sarahcunningham.org

Mar 07 2018

37mins

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Rank #4: For Good or Bad: The Stories That Guide Us, Featuring Dr.Robert Sternberg

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Dr. Robert Sternberg has served at Tufts University, Yale, and Oklahoma State before taking his current position as Professor of Human Development at Cornell University. He is a former president of the American Psychological Association and was named one of the top 100 psychologists in the 20th century by APA Monitor on Psychology. He is also the author of over 1600 publications and the recipient of over $20 million in grant funding, which may explain why Google counts him among the most cited researchers of our time

Learn more about author and host, Sarah Raymond Cunningham, at sarahcunningham.org

Feb 28 2018

32mins

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Rank #5: All the Non-Verbal Things You Say, Featuring Dr. Paul Ekman

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Heralded as the world’s foremost expert on facial expressions, Paul Ekman’s research and publications span decades, revealing key insights about human emotion, deception, and communication. Named one of the 100 Most Influential People in the World by TIME magazine (2009), Ekman is the author of 14 books, including Emotions Revealed and Telling Lies.

Learn more about author and host, Sarah Raymond Cunningham, at sarahcunningham.org

Feb 21 2018

27mins

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Rank #6: Before You Judge Someone on Welfare, Listen to This. Featuring Erin Odom

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Erin Odom is the author of More Than Just Making It which shatters stigma surrounding those who receive government aid. Erin encourage readers to rise above their circumstances, empower them with money-saving tips, and reimagine the good life outside the myth of the American Dream.

Learn more about author and host, Sarah Raymond Cunningham, at sarahcunningham.org

Feb 08 2018

36mins

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Rank #7: Overcoming Shyness, Featuring Philip Zimbardo

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Philip G. Zimbardo has been a Stanford University professor since 1968 and previously taught at Yale, NYU, and Columbia.  Zimbardo's career is noted for "giving psychology away" to the public through his popular PBS-TV series, Discovering Psychology, along with many text and trade books, among his 600 publications.  He recently served as president of the American Psychological Association.

Learn more about author and host, Sarah Raymond Cunningham, at sarahcunningham.org

Feb 07 2018

33mins

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Rank #8: The Art of Living Closer Together, Featuring Giovanni Frazzetto

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Neuroscientist Giovanni Frazzetto firmly believes that human beings have a penchant to connect. Here he shares his important findings on loneliness and the barriers to developing deeper personal relationships. 

Giovanni was born and grew up in the southeast of Sicily. He studied science at University College London and received a Ph.D. from the European Molecular Biology Laboratory in Heidelberg, Germany. Author of Joy, Guilt, Anger, Love, Frazzetto is a research fellow at Trinity College Dublin. His latest book is called Together, Closer: The Art and Science of Intimacy in Friendship, Love, and Family.

Learn more about author and host, Sarah Raymond Cunningham, at sarahcunningham.org

Oct 06 2017

31mins

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Rank #9: The Surprising Ways Architecture Can Improve Your Social Life, Featuring Karen Otis

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Karen Otis has merged her two areas of expertise--architecture and sociology--in some interesting ways. She's pioneered a way to use architectural wisdom to help people build better lives form the ground up. Instead of reacting to what life throws at you, Karen teaches people how to "create" the life they want. In this episode, she applies the Architectural Method to designing a satisfying social life.

Karen is an architect, life builder and author. She has an interesting educational journey with a B.A. in Sociology and a Masters Degree in Architecture which prepped her to write her new book "Be the Architect of Your Life: Design Build, and Start Living a Life Inspired." This title uses architectural wisdom to help people rebuild their lives from the ground up.

Learn more about author and host, Sarah Raymond Cunningham, at sarahcunningham.org

Sep 29 2017

32mins

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Rank #10: From Peers to Police: How to Foster Positive, Peaceful Relations, Featuring Dwayne

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Have you ever felt like you were under-prepared for the relationships life forces you to navigate? Author Dwayne Bryant has developed social training for youth who want to strengthen their relationship skills, but many adults could benefit from this refreshing review of best social practices that many were never taught.

Dwayne is the Founder and CEO of Inner Vision International, Inc., where he shares his credo of hard work, perseverance, integrity, and applied faith. He is the author of Social Emotional Learning curriculum The Vision, and the book “The STOP: Improving Police and Community Relations.”  You may have seen him on TV shows including The Oprah Show and ABC’s Heart & Soul.

Learn more about author and host, Sarah Raymond Cunningham, at sarahcunningham.org

Sep 20 2017

27mins

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Rank #11: Is Self Awareness the Key to a Good Social Life? Featuring Tasha Eurich

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When friendships go south, it's easy to blame other people for your capsized social life. But is it really all about everyone else? Or, is it possible you're the one holding yourself back from being more popular? Self awareness expert, Tasha Eurich, helps us learn how to become more aware in our social interactions.

Tasha Eurich is a organizational psychologist and leadership coach who has spent the last three years researching self-awareness, a quality which is proven to be critical to our satisfaction and success in life. In her book Insight, she shows why self-awareness is a skill which promotes happiness and success, why we all think we are self-aware, but very few of us know how we appear to other people, and the surprising secrets and truths of how we can be more self-aware. 

Learn more about author and host, Sarah Raymond Cunningham, at sarahcunningham.org.

Aug 29 2017

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Rank #12: How Do You Know If You're Strong Enough? Featuring Anne Grady

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As a mother of a child with severe mental health challenges, Anne Grady was no stranger to hardship. But when 3 simultaneous tragedies struck--a tumor the size of an avocado, a scratched cornea requiring surgery, and a shattered leg bone--she discovered a skill worth sharing with others: resilience.

Anne Grady is a speaker and author who helps build sustainable change in teams and organizations.  Her work has been featured in places like Harvard Business Review, Entrepreneur, CNN, and Fox Business. She is the author of a new book “Strong Enough: Choosing Courage, Resilience, and Triumph,” which helps readers believe that we are all “strong enough” to overcome adversity and master change.

Learn more about author and host, Sarah Raymond Cunningham, at sarahcunningham.org.

Aug 04 2017

28mins

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Rank #13: How Bodies Talk, Featuring Mary Ann Karinch

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Maryann Karinch is the author of 25 books, including How to Spot a Liar and The Body Language Handbook with Gregory Hartley. Among her audiences for human behavior training are corporate executives, code and law enforcement personnel, and psychology students. She is founder of The Rudy Agency, a literary agency based in Estes Park, Colorado.

Learn more about author and host, Sarah Raymond Cunningham, at sarahcunningham.org.

Jul 11 2017

30mins

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Rank #14: Why Risk Is Good For You, Featuring Bernadette Murphy

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Bernadette Murphy is the author of 4 books, including the bestselling Zen and the Art of Knitting and most recently, the memoir, Harley and Me: Embracing Risk on the Road to a More Authentic Life. She served for six years as a weekly book critic for the Los Angeles Times. Her personal narratives and essays on literature have appeared in many publications including LA WeeklySan Francisco ChronicleSan Jose Mercury News, and Los Angeles Times Magazine

Learn more about author and host, Sarah Raymond Cunningham, at sarahcunningham.org.

Jul 10 2017

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Rank #15: Mental Illness and How It Impacts All of Us, Featuring Mark Rubinstein

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Mark Rubinstein is a board-certified psychiatrist practicing in New York City. He's taught at New York Presbyterian Hospital and served as a clinical assistant professor at Cornell University’s medical school. He's written five medical self-help books includingThe Growing Years: A Guide to Your Child’s Emotional Development and has more recently turned to writing fiction as well. 

Learn more about author and host, Sarah Raymond Cunningham, at sarahcunningham.org.

Jul 02 2017

32mins

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