: Admitting we're wrong is painful--even seen as a sign of weakness. But what if we take a more flexible approach? On this week's show, how rethinking ideas can be good for our brains and our relationships.
Former GOP congressman Bob Inglis used to believe climate change wasn't real. But after a candid conversation with his children and a hard look at the evidence, he began to change his mind.
It’s easy to stick to our beliefs and much harder to accept views that contradict them. But psychologist Adam Grant argues that rethinking our ideas is good for us—we might even come to enjoy it.
How can we have more productive conversations with people we vehemently disagree with? Civil rights activist Loretta J. Ross gives us the tools to call people in -- instead of calling them out.