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What We Get Wrong About Love

Love is important to all of us - so why aren’t we better at it? Nate Bagley, host of the Loveumentary podcast, interviewed hundreds of successful couples. He found many traditional ideas of love are wrong.

In this interview, he explains how to have better relationships and reveals key insights about love that aren’t taught in school. He hopes that by improving our love lives, we can learn to foster better relationships with friends, at work, and in society - helping us all live happier and healthier lives.

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#Fixingjustice - Sentencing Reform
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DeVitta Briscoe never had a chance to request a lighter sentence for the man who shot her son.

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