The Shift gets alternative and independent media out to those interested in information outside of the corporate system.
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Welcome to this episode of the Psychology of Lockdown Series which concludes our analysis of John Bradshaw's Rules of Dysfunction. In this installment, host Doug McKenty discusses The Unreliability Rule with Genevieve Shouff, an anti-lockdown activis... more
Welcome to this 103rd episode of The Shift where host Doug McKenty discusses the Contract for California with California gubernatorial candidate Reinette Senum. The conversation dives deep into this policy platform created outside the left/right para... more
Welcome to this 21st episode of the Psychology of Lockdown Series where host Doug McKenty speaks with activist Genevieve Shouff about The Incompletion Rule. This 7th Rule of Dysfunction as outlined by psychotherapist John Bradshaw concerns how dysfun... more
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The Shift launched a year ago and published 195 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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