Today we chat with Michael Slepian, the leading expert on the psychology of secrets who authored the book, The Secret Life of Secrets: How Our Inner Worlds Shape Well-Being, Relationships, and Who We Are. With an expansive knowledge of social psychology, Michael has written over 50 articles on truth, secrecy, and deception, and is the Sanford C. Bernstein & Co. Associate Professor of Leadership and Ethics at Columbia University.
In this episode, we discuss topics such as:
Why secrets are burdensome for individuals who carry them. Common themes of secrets that people keep. How confiding your secrets in other people can be risky, yet relieving. Offer:
This episode is sponsored by Viome. Use the code GENIUS to get an extra $20 off on Health Intelligence Test. Check it out now: Viome
Secrets are a complex psychological subject that many people don’t think about. By tuning in now, you may learn more about yourself by considering your own relationships with secrets . . .
You can engage with Michael Slepian and his work by visiting michaelslepian.com.
Episode also available on Apple Podcast: http://apple.co/30PvU9C