Because conversations can be healing.
House Calls with Dr. Vivek Murthy is a podcast hosted by the 21st U.S. Surgeon General. In each episode, Dr. Murthy and his guests explore how they navigate the messiness and uncertainties of life to find meaning and joy. By sharing openly what’s on our minds and in our hearts, we can find strength and healing through connection.
- podcastIn an era taken hold by polarization, argument, and competing for attention, how can we have meaningful conversations? Fred Dust plants the seeds for the talks we want to have.
- podcastHurricanes, drought, forest fires, floods. Even when things feel hopeless, there are ways we can respond to the mental trauma of worsening natural disasters.
- podcastNo more time outs and sticker charts. Dr. Becky Kennedy, the “parent whisperer,” teaches us to raise our kids through connection, not consequences.
- podcastLife is bittersweet. Embracing this can be bring comfort and solace to losses in our life.
- podcastWhat do you do when who you want to be and who the world tells you to be are different?
- podcastDo we understand what makes us happy? And if we do, can we make ourselves happier? The answer might surprise you.
- podcastBefriending your own awareness means you can feel at home in the present moment. It’s the key to being alone without being lonely.
- podcastAt the root of Jon Kabat-Zinn’s practice of mindfulness is befriending ourselves to take advantage of the full repertoire of being alive.
Father Greg Boyle offers wisdom for us all on how we can emotionally navigate past anger and bridge divides. And why he believes “kindness is the only non-delusional response to everything.”
Christian Robinson grew up drawing the life he wanted to live on paper. As an adult and celebrated artist, it’s the reverse -- Robinson infuses his children’s books with narratives and illustrations from his life to help young people understand their own lives and feel they matter.
Kate Bowler’s sudden cancer diagnosis upended her world. Angry with losing the life she had created, she had to forge a new type of strength —learning to lean on others.
Whether he’s cooking dinner for his family or feeding the world, José Andrés opens up about using the power of food to build connection and community.