Episode 19: The folly of always having to be right

The podcast discusses the folly of always needing to be right, touching on personal experiences and the impact on relationships. The hosts explore the psychological aspects of this behavior, emphasizing the importance of humility, listening, and avoiding unnecessary conflicts. They highlight instances where people’s desire to be right can lead to misunderstandings, strained relationships, and even societal issues. The conversation delves into the dynamics of being right in various contexts, including personal relationships, politics, and social media. The hosts share anecdotes and insights, encouraging listeners to value open communication and the willingness to admit when one is wrong. The podcast concludes with advice on fostering better connections by avoiding the pitfalls of always needing to be right.

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