Putting a name to the 'lost emotion' of our distracted age
Exploring the ancient emotion of acedia, an unwelcome by-product of the pandemic, with ACU’s Dr Jonathan Zecher.
The long-term perils of pandemic weight gain
Staying ‘healthy at home’ during a global crisis can be hard, says ACU’s Andy King. A robust daily rhythm is crucial.
Explore the big questions of life and death, underlying meaning and how to live a better life with this podcast series.
How releasing your attachment to ideas, feelings and possessions can ease suffering and lead to a greater appreciation of life.
The imitation game: Why we follow the crowd in times of crisis
Irrational herd behaviour can be magnified by uncertainty and upheaval. But crisis can also prompt more positive imitation.
Six tips to be green while you quarantine
Channel your pent-up energy into reducing your household energy footprint.
How reading can make you a better person
There is increasing evidence that shows reading offers cognitive, social, psychological and even moral benefits to the reader.
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