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Bittersweet (08:22)

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Bittersweet is a mixed feeling of happiness and sadness; Brené Brown shares examples. Researcher Susan Cain explains her work with the emotion.

State of Mind (02:54)

Brown explains her changing relationship with the idea of a bittersweet state of mind. Joy exists within a balance of grief and sorrow.

Nostalgia (07:41)

Nostalgia is the pain of not being home and longing for home. Historian Stephanie Coontz explains changing views of the idea of nostalgia.

Meaning of Nostalgia (03:09)

Nostalgia can be a weapon when misapplied. Brown defines nostalgia as a yearning for the way things used to be in our often idealized and self-protective version of the past.

Irony and Sarcasm (05:05)

Irony is a form of communication in which the literal meaning is the opposite of the intended message. Sarcasm and irony can be funny but often mask other emotions.

Self- Righteousness (08:19)

Brown explains her relationship to self-righteousness. Self-righteous behavior is close-minded, inflexible, and intolerant of ambiguity. Righteousness and self-righteousness are different.

Credits: "Episode 4: Places We Go When Things Aren't What They Seem (Brené Brown: Atlas Of The Heart )" (00:38)

Credits: "Episode 4: Places We Go When Things Aren't What They Seem (Brené Brown: Atlas Of The Heart )"

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Episode 4: Places We Go When Things Aren't What They Seem (Brené Brown: Atlas Of The Heart)

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Brené examines some of our more complex, ambiguous, and seemingly contradictory emotions, including bittersweetness, nostalgia, sarcasm, and self-righteousness.

Length: 37 minutes

Item#: BVL284182

Copyright date: ©2022

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