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#347: What You Can Learn About Your Relationships from a Former Neo-Nazi | Shannon Foley Martinez

Ten Percent Happier with Dan Harris

17 May 2021

1hr 1min

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#347: What You Can Learn About Your Relationships from a Former Neo-Nazi | Shannon Foley Martinez

17 May 2021

1hr 1min

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Quote

"People need to be held accountable for their actions, but there also needs to be a path back. Otherwise there's only more violent places to go"

Ideas

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When we dehumanize others, we also dehumanize ourselves.
Being able to show love and empathy to others is a part of our human nature. When we stop doing this for others, we often stop being able to do this for ourselves too.

One of the first steps for learning to rehumanize ourselves, is rehumanizing other people; showing others love and empathy.

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When we dehumanize others, we also dehumanize ourselves.
Being able to show love and empathy to others is a part of our human nature. When we stop doing this for others, we often stop being able to do this for ourselves too.

One of the first steps for learning to rehumanize ourselves, is rehumanizing other people; showing others love and empathy.

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The challenge is to exist in our own pain and anxieties whilst also allowing for a connection with others.
Unfortunately, with the increase of social media and tribalism, instead of connecting with one another through our shared experiences of pain, more and more of us are steered towards the blaming of one another as the source of our pain.

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The challenge is to exist in our own pain and anxieties whilst also allowing for a connection with others.
Unfortunately, with the increase of social media and tribalism, instead of connecting with one another through our shared experiences of pain, more and more of us are steered towards the blaming of one another as the source of our pain.

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The stories into violence and hate are incredibly personal, but they're happening inside of a larger cultural and societal story.
Movements are made up of individual people with their own personal stories.

We need to deal with the cultural and societal issues on a broader level through policies and regulation.

But we also need to deal with individuals through human connection.

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The stories into violence and hate are incredibly personal, but they're happening inside of a larger cultural and societal story.
Movements are made up of individual people with their own personal stories.

We need to deal with the cultural and societal issues on a broader level through policies and regulation.

But we also need to deal with individuals through human connection.

Questions

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Can you think of a situation where people may have been blaming others for their pain more than they should be?

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Can you think of a situation where people may have been blaming others for their pain more than they should be?

What else is in the episode

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How Shannon become a neo-Nazi and now works to deradicalize extremists.

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How Shannon become a neo-Nazi and now works to deradicalize extremists.

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Why people join radical groups because of their distrust of authority

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Why people join radical groups because of their distrust of authority

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How Shannon is parenting her kids for a better future.

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How Shannon is parenting her kids for a better future.

Who is Shannon Foley Martinez?

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A reformed neo-Nazi white supremacist who is now the Program Manager for the recently launched Free Radicals Project. She's spent the last two decades developing community resource platforms aimed at inoculating individuals against violence-based lifestyles and ideologies.

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A reformed neo-Nazi white supremacist who is now the Program Manager for the recently launched Free Radicals Project. She's spent the last two decades developing community resource platforms aimed at inoculating individuals against violence-based lifestyles and ideologies.

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