Listening to shame | Brené Brown

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I’m going to tell you a little bit about my TEDxHouston Talk. I woke up the morning after I gave that talk with the worst vulnerability hangover of my life. And I actually didn’t leave my house for about three days. The first time I left was to meet a friend for lunch. And when […]

TEDxNewy 2011 – Liz Mullinar – Treating the core problem of childhood trauma.

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Translator: Mohand Habchi Reviewer: Daniel Cosovanu Can anyone explain to me why we spend millions and millions of dollars on educating about drug prevention, don’t take drugs because they’re bad for you. And allowing parents to worry themselves sick about will my child get into drugs because they mix in a bad company. They don’t […]

The lethality of loneliness: John Cacioppo at TEDxDesMoines

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Translator: Tatjana Jevdjic Reviewer: Elisabeth Buffard When you look out onto the world, it certainly appears the Earth is flat. The ground beneath you is stable and unmoving, and stars and sun circle the Earth. Hundreds of years ago, elaborated theories were developed based on these common sense observations to explain and predict the reach […]

The Aromatic Science of Food and Wine: Francois Chartier at TEDxUdeM

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Translator: Sue Kronenfeld Reviewer: Denise RQ I brought dessert, but I’m going to keep it for myself, right there. Let’s get started; I’ll show you my rule of molecular harmony in wine-serving so that everyone understands what is eaten in winter. It’s a rule of the aromatic sciences of food and wine which I “gave […]

Drinking and how it changed my life: Ann Dowsett-Johnston at TEDxHomeBushRdWomen

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Translator: Theresa Ranft Reviewer: David DeRuwe Thank you very much. You know, there’s a story that they tell about a writer who heads up to the pearly gates on a very, very busy day, and she is not quite sure if she’s going to end up in heaven or hell, and she waits in line […]