Are other people's opinions of us more important than literally any other thing? We were pretty sure the answer was "No, for sure no!" but, upon further discussion, we've arrived at "...maybe?"
Why do put so much stock in what other people think? Caring too much can undoubtedly harm the integrity of our work (and our mental health) - but how can we learn to move past it?
Featuring an unprecedented number of references to therapy.
-=- Show Notes -=-
Book - 'The Psychopath Test: A Journey Through the Madness Insdustry', by Jon Ronson
YouTube - 'What's On Your Mind?'
Website - Filling the sequence gaps - Jurassic Park Wiki - Jurassic Park, Dinosaurs, Stephen Spielberg
Website - Urban Dictionary - Urban Dictionary: yp/mp
Wikipedia - Nancy Argenta, soprano
Website - Definitely the Opera - A Day in the Life of Canadian mezzo: Vicki St. Pierre
Website - Quotes by Eleanor Roosevelt
Wikipedia - Marquis de Sade
Book - 'Juliette', by Marquis de Sade