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What's the purpose of life? How do we find happiness? What is happiness? We discuss real life situations to find what we need to do to find happiness. To do this, we have to sometimes go against our instincts. This is called "beating your genes". Listen as I, Nate G, your host, talks with Dr. Doug LIsle, evolutionary psychologist, about life, love, relationships, and most importantly finding happiness in the modern world. We are live on Wednesdays at 8:30-9:30pm PST. If you have a question or comment, or maybe even a complicated situation that you'd like some advice on, feel free to call us live at 657-383-0751 or email us at BeatYourGenes@gmail.com .

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Continuing on with the questions from last week's show. 5. Is orthorexia real? Does it apply to an actually health-promoting diet & lifestyle? 6. Dating while on a diet: How to bring it up without scaring your date away 7. Painful... more

Tonight's questions will be: 1. Follow up question for what the future will look like 2. What to consider when relocating your life: Near family, low cost of living, wild experiences, etc.. 3. Sexual harassment allegations in the current news 4.... more

What will the future look like?

We take a couple live callers

Saying sorry, Borderline personality, multiple personality, politics

Ex-husband & father of my kids is a sociopath. On-air session

Topics: Quitting vices one by one or altogether? Helping your SO with their vices Why are students so stressed? Tips to deal with this. Standing up for yourself if you're highly agreeabl

87: Psych of Halloween costumes, talking to yourself, modern technology

What is a middle-of-the-bell-curve person like? and more listener questions

Is online dating worth it, qualifying for your spouse.. Article on online dating: https://www.nytimes.com/2015/06/30/science/for-couples-time-can-upend-the-laws-of-attraction.html