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Ep. 87 Summertime: It Ain’t What it Used to Be

Ep. 87 Summertime: It Ain’t What it Used to Be

Summertime: Then & Now

Summertime is a season for making memories, creating relationships, and experiencing vibrant feelings of emotion and growth. Throughout this episode of the Shrink Tank Podcast, our team of Shrinks relives their own summer experiences: cookouts, bare feet, chasing fireflies, berry picking, running to the pool, and sunburn.

We can’t help but note that the landscape of summer has completely changed. In a world that lacks true disconnect from technology and social media, is the younger generation missing out on what summer should be? Are they experiencing the season the same way, or are they feeling stuck in a season of boredom? Listen in as we discuss this, the link between overweight children and adult depression, the hookup culture across the globe and the prediction of the song of the summer.

Join our Shrink Tank podcast contributors Dave Verhaagen, Frank Gaskill, Emma Kate Wright and Jonathan Hetterly as they reveal the psychology behind these topics on this week’s episode.



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