UnSpun 056 – “The Valentine Gift of Resolution” 14 February 2017

Aired February 14-15, 2017. Joe Atwill and Jan Irvin return to the ever important and popular topics of love and family, bringing new depth and insight to previous discussions. A must hear!

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  4 comments for “UnSpun 056 – “The Valentine Gift of Resolution” 14 February 2017

  1. krazy4
    February 16, 2017 at 6:10 pm

    Great show guys. Fuck the brave new world!

  2. Thomas Eaglenest
    February 19, 2017 at 9:34 pm

    Hi Jan,

    Some links regarding the counterculture and Grateful Dead and came across (in case you haven’t):

    Grateful Dead: http://deadessays.blogspot.com/2011/01/mystery-of-61968.html?m=1

    The Fillmore: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Fillmore


  3. Pamela Seley
    February 22, 2017 at 2:26 am

    You’ve covered a lot of information on family. One thing you didn’t mention is it costs money to raise children. I fear for the younger generation coming up because there just aren’t many good-paying jobs available. The days of getting on the job training and working your way up doesn’t exist. The ones that do, are few and far between. Part-time minimum wage jobs are not going to cut it when it comes to raising family — unless you want to game the system.

    I was reminded yet again today that cutting-edge automation in manufacturing is coming out of Europe. There is no innovation in manufacturing taking place in U.S.A. today. I hope President Trump is able to make head way on manufacturing and jobs in America.

    I agree with everything you say. Over the weekend I went to see Denzel Washington’s film, “Fences.” Don’t take a date to see it, but if you’re a parent you could relate to the family dynamics. Sad story.

    I have a tall order, but I believe it’s narcissism abuse and substance addictions that hold people back from living satisfying lives, and what needs to be addressed. In your other show on youtube, Dave Asprey talked about getting in touch with feelings. In a narcissistic culture, contrary to what you might think, people have a difficult time getting in touch with their feelings, pain from past trauma, and so forth. Some people don’t feel anything at all. Expressing feelings and feeling them are two different animals.

    I grew up with one parent an alcoholic and the other had NPD/BPD. Not fun, but I didn’t let it stop me from creating a family. With resolve, we can overcome anything in our past. I’m proud I broke the generational chain. It was hard work, but I did it. I’m still a work in progress. 😉

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