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Saturday, June 3, 2023 #221: INFJ

Thoughts on the INFJ personality type.

Saturday, May 13, 2023 #220: Circles of Interest

Thoughts on following your tendency to become a generalist.

Monday, May 1, 2023 #219: Rational Madness

Reflections on the dangers of second hand rationality.

Friday, March 24, 2023 #218: Self-Absorbed

Reflections on the self-absorbed state of mind.

Tuesday, March 21, 2023 #217: When Words Aren't Enough

Reflections on being in a space of not knowing. The School of Life:

Saturday, December 10, 2022 #216: How To Be Authentic?

A conversation with Skye Cleary the author of How to Be Authentic? How to be Authentic:

Sunday, November 13, 2022 #215: NON SENSE

Does nonsense serve any sort of purpose? Books: The Edge: Taking My Life Back: If you enjoy the podcas...

Friday, October 28, 2022 #214: Twilight Conversations

A conversation with Dublin-based psychotherapist and podcaster Jimmy Judge. Books: The Edge: Taking My Life Back: https://am...

Friday, October 14, 2022 #213: The Tortured Artist

Reflections on the archetype of a tortured artist and the purpose of processing your own personal pain. Books: The Edge: Ta...

Friday, September 30, 2022 #212: IN SANE

Reflections on rediscovering sanity in the midst of insanity. Books: The Edge: Taking My Life Back:

Saturday, September 24, 2022 #211: Committed Writings

Reflections on a series of essays by Albert Camus called Committed Writings.

Friday, September 2, 2022 #210: Serious Uselessness

Reflections on the fruits that are born from pursuing intellectual questions that are deemed as useless by the society you live. Lost in Thought: http...

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At The Chaos Artist, we explore the realities of the human condition.

on 3/14/2022

I count myself fortunate to have found this podcast and Denis in a world full of podcasts. Unconventional Humans has helped me on my journey of self-discovery and growth. We all need voices to support our process, and Denis has become one of mine. The podcasts are insightful and educational on an intellectual and emotional (feeling) level. They have sparked my curiosity and capacity to reflect and led me to enjoy everyday life more. These podcasts would also appeal to people with an interest in psychoeducation, creativity, programming and writing.

on 2/7/2020

love the intersection of computer programming, business, psychology, etc - very interesting to hear about these topics from Denis's point of view.
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on 8/26/2019

I haven't been able to listen to all episodes yet but so far I love the conversations. The main focus is around happiness but most of the interviews go so much deeper. This podcast conveys integrity and authenticity. It's not your typical "whoohooo, you can do it" kind of podcast. I can truly appreciate it.
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