sunday reading list 4.26.2020

Sunday, April 26, 2020

It's Sunday (?), this meme was a great reminder of the duality we practice in therapy, and I've been scouring the webs for reading not related to the end of the world. Please share good reads with me and have a great week!

Netflix Rules Pop Culture (CNBC): Netflix shows/docs have surpassed the most popular network shows. What does this mean?

The Biases That Punish Racially Diverse Teams  (HBR): Studies have shown that diverse teams create more innovation, perform better, the list of benefits is long. However multiple studies show diverse teams are perceived to have more conflict, even when they don't. What do we do about this?

Why is coronavirus so much worse for the Hasidic community? (NYT): This is a coronavirus related article, but since we all just watched Unorthodox and are Netflix experts on the Hasidic community, this is a timely piece.

What's going on with Kim Jung Un? (Vox): Rumors are swirling about North Korea's dictator's possible death...what we know and what it means for the future. ICYMI - I'm REAL into North Korea. If you haven't yet delved into this topic I highly recommend spending some quarantine time with The Orphan Master's Son and Nothing to Envy.

New Zealand’s Prime Minister May Be the Most Effective Leader on the Planet (The Atlantic): Another coronavirus piece but #girlpower.

Marriage and Men's Health (Harvard Health): Why are married men healthier than unmarried men? And even more likely to recover from cancer?

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