What are the common threads that enable survivors of illness, trauma, and prejudice to triumph over their challenges? Cancer survivor Sharlee Jeter and co-author Sampson Davis M.D. meet with neuroscientist Heather Berlin, a Brainwave regular, to examine how people have overcome cancer, poverty, toxic relationships, racism, violence, career roadblocks, and other obstacles.
The conversation marks the paperback issue of The Stuff: Unlock Your Power to Overcome Challenges, Soar, and Succeed by and, with a foreword by.
Presented with The Lymphoma Research Foundation.
彩库宝典app You live inside your head every day, but do you understand how it works? Brainwave, the Rubin’s longest-running program series, investigates how our minds shape our everyday experiences, incorporating Eastern and Western philosophy, science, art, and other disciplines。 Every spring, a unique theme unifies the Rubin Museum’s programs, including on-stage conversations between neuroscientists and notable personalities, films, and immersive visitor experiences。