How to Stay Mindful After a Tragedy

How to stay mindful after a tragedy is a topic today, a week after the U.S. was shocked by the massacre in a synagogue in Pittsburgh.  Dr. Bart Rossi, Ph.D., who is a political and clinical psychologist,  joins us to talk about the safety mindset you should have before attending religious services.

Attending church or synagogue is supposed to be a place of worship, a place of tranquility and community. From time to time, however, America wakes up to a horrific assault on those very ideals, as well as the victims.

America has seen a rise in these homegrown terror attacks, making most of us left to scratch our heads and ask “why?”

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Chris Hedges talks to the breakdown of America that contributes to violent lashing out in this interview. Over the past decade and a half, he  made his name as a columnist, activist, and author, with a new book out titled “The Collapse of the American Empire.”

Dr. Bart Rossi in this episode discusses how to mentally ready oneself to attend religious services in the wake of this week’s terrible events.

How to Stay Mindful After a Tragedy

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