Dealing with exes can be something dreadful, or something surprisingly pleasant. Whether we broke up with someone or we're the one being broken up with, there's one thing to keep in mind: it is not mandatory to hate your ex.
Our hosts have talked a lot about narcissism and wanted to know if their obsession with it meant that they were actually narcissists. They found a psychological test that measures tendencies associated with narcissism (Narcissistic Personality Inventory), and discuss their results and what it means about them. Whole lot of backpedaling on this episode.
Introverts would be considered more likely to be agoraphobics but there's more to it than that. Agoraphobia, once considered a sub of anxiety and panic disorder, can have many triggers from different areas.
The big five personality test, also known as the five factor model, is a widely examined personality test that looks to incorporate decades of research into a few questions. It has been studied and scrutinized for years and can help people learn a lot about their temperaments. The extroversion scale is the one area brought over from Myers Briggs.
Recognizing toxic people and dispelling of them before they ruin your life is a very important skill that usually happens after its too late. Al and Johnny discuss the characteristics of them and what to do if you or a close person to you is dealing with one
Al and Johnny discuss ways of dealing with fear and what kinds of situations to avoid coming from the introvert or extrovert side.
On the hold extroverts like to stick out more than introverts right? Well what about the times when introverts want to stick out? Whats the best way to approach it?
Al and Johnny discuss the famous Stanford Prison Experiment where a simple test of students playing prisoners and guards was unexpectedly cut short as it became too real. What kinds of things did the experiment teach us about ourselves?