Ep. 60: Context Collapse: On Disagreement, Fatigue, and Generosity in 2020

Ep. 60: Context Collapse: On Disagreement, Fatigue, and Generosity in 2020

four overlapping photos of a woman

We all perform different versions of our self: Our work self, our family self, our “old friends” self. But what happens when those different versions blur together? On Sunday, January 19 Tim Lockridge¬† examined how we perform our identities and asked how we can navigate a potentially contentious 2020 in which friends, families, careers, and politics might be a source of friction and fatigue.

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