Social Psychology for People in a Hurry | Patrick Natili

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Social Psychology for People in a Hurry | Patrick Natili

Patrick Natili is a psychology student and 4-year scholar-athlete (cheerleading) at Florida Gulf Coast University who will soon pursue his master’s degree. He also happens to be my best friend and the smartest guy I know (by far). We broke out the organic elderflower apple sparkling sake wine and went to town on a wide range of psychology topics, among other things, that most intrigue us. We ended up with one of the best of thousands of conversations we’ve ever had. Our talking points include: + How to solve for social interactions the way you would solve a math problem (mathematics of sociability) + How to be friends with anyone + Suicide + Affluenza + Is the search for meaning a meaningless search? + Instagram/social media behavior types + Saturated stimuli + Upward and downward comparisons + Screen time limits + Trigger words and sentence framing + How most eating is sensation-seeking and we don’t need to eat nearly as much as we do + Is moderation for the weak or is it a crucial component of life? + Self-serving biases + Love as a path + Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs + Cognitive dissonance Romanticism is dying and people don't even notice because they're so caught up in the 'how can I pretend to care less' game. Click To Tweet   Show us you’re listening by taking a screenshot and tagging @PatSoIcey and @J_Paris_ on your Instagram story! There's a thin line between confidence and entitlement. I would say our generation is pretty overdosed on both. Click To Tweet Be a #GrowGiver by sharing this episode with those closest to you: JordanParisHealth.com/ep38 Never discredit the potential of a single moment, experience, environment. Anything can happen. Click To Tweet This episode is brought to you by TheWPRocketeer.com – Leave it to The WordPress Rocketeer to develop a website that looks, feels, and functions like that of a fortune 500 company. Most people are in lust and falsely label it as love. Love requires a level of authenticity in each person – and the hedonistic desires of most people do not fall in line with this. Click To Tweet Is this a healthy message for the world to hear? If so, be sure to leave the show an honest review in the Apple Podcasts app! Life can't always be enjoyed, so you have to find and attribute meaning to your trials and tribulations and figure out how that contributes to your longitudinal happiness. Click To Tweet The Growth Mindset University Podcast, Hosted by Jordan Paris, is available on Apple PodcastsSpotifyGoogle PodcastsStitcherRadioPublic, and everywhere podcasts are heard. If you ever want an honest opinion on something, don’t ask yourself. Click To Tweet

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  1. Hey #38–the search for meaning is never a meaningless search. Search and find meaning in one’s life and everything else ensue. Victor Frankl the third school of Vien psychology. If you know of him Great, if not he is worth checking out. Ciao

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