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What Everyone Gets Wrong About Anxiety

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Johann Hari discusses the real causes of depression

Journalist and author Johann Hari, who took antidepressants for 13 years, discusses his theories around what causes the mental illness - leading to columnist Nina Myscow revealing she once had to rebuild her life after she had a mental breakdown that left her in a nursing home.

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Dr. Phil's Philosophy on Depression - Pain is a Motivator | Joe Rogan

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Johann Hari - The Antidote for Loneliness

Did you know being acutely lonely is as bad for your health as smoking 15 cigarettes a day? In this video, author Johann Hari outlines the importance of feeling connected to those around us.

Johann Hari is Wrong About the Treatment of Mental Illness

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Johann Hari's new book says depression and anxiety shouldn't be treated with pills. Here's some of what he gets wrong (and what he gets right that everyone already knew).

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These underlying causes of depression may surprise you - New Day Northwest

Author Johann Hari asked scientists what contributed to depression and came up with nine causes.

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If you’ve ever struggled with anxiety or depression, then do we have the Lost Connections show for you!

Today I’ll be talking with Johann Hari, award-winning journalist, the best-selling author of at least seven books including Chasing the Scream Ted-Talker Extraordinaire (his talk on connection has been viewed over 25 million times), and the author of a brilliant new book on Depression, The Lost Connections.

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Johann Hari is a New York Times best-selling author. His book ‘Chasing the Scream: the First and Last Days of the War on Drugs’ has been translated into 15 languages and is currently being adapted into a major Hollywood film, and into a non-fiction documentary series.

He is one of the most-viewed TED talkers of all time: his talk, ‘Everything You Think You Know About Addiction is Wrong’, has (along with the animation based on it) been viewed more than 20 million times.

He has written over the past seven years for some of the world’s leading newspapers and magazines, including the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, the Guardian, the Spectator, Le Monde Diplomatique, the Melbourne Age, and Politico. He has also appeared on leading TV shows, including HBO’s Realtime With Bill Maher.

He was twice named ‘National Newspaper Journalist of the Year’ by Amnesty International. He has also been named ‘Cultural Commentator of the Year’ and ‘Environmental Commentator of the Year’ at the Comment Awards.

He lives half the year in London, and spends the other half of the year traveling to research his books.
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Key Topics:
* How did Johann Hari end up clinically depressed?
* What was really going on?
* How long was he on anti-depressants?
* How can a cow literally be a type of anti-depressant???
* How did he begin a 40,000 mile quest to understand stress and depression?
* What did he learn about why people are feeling so depressed and severely anxious?
* Could something other than bad brain chemistry be causing depression and anxiety?
* How have we been misinformed about what depression and anxiety really art?
* Are stress and depression really in our heads?
* Is our environment kick-starting our depression?
* What can we learn about shame and depression?
* What are the top causes of depression and anxiety?
* What are disconnections?
* What’s the importance of others in our lives?
* What’s the importance of meaningful work?
* What’s the importance of meaningful values?
* Can materialism actually cause depression?
* What can we learn about baboons and depression?
* What’s the harm in being disconnected from the “natural” world?
* What’s the importance of a hopeful future?

Johann Hari on uncovering the real causes of depression, from his new book

Benjamin Ramm talks to Johann Hari about depression and its unexpected solutions.

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Johann Hari - Depression: The Real Causes (& Unexpected Solutions)

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What really causes depression and anxiety – and how can we really solve them? In this talk, award winning journalist Johann Hari will discuss his recent 40,000-mile journey across the world, where he interviewed social scientists uncovering evidence that depression and anxiety are not caused by a chemical imbalance in our brains – but rather, are largely caused by key problems with the way we live today.

Hari’s journey took him from an Amish community in Indiana, to a mind-blowing series of experiments in Baltimore, to an uprising in Berlin. Along the way, he uncovered nine real causes of depression and anxiety, which eventually led him to the scientists who are discovering seven very different solutions – ones that work.

Johann Hari is a New York Times best-selling author. His book ‘Chasing the Scream’ has been translated into 15 languages and is currently being adapted into a major Hollywood film, and into a non-fiction documentary series.

With over 20 million views, he is one of the most-watched TED speakers of all time. He has written for the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, the Guardian, and was twice named ‘National Newspaper Journalist of the Year’ by Amnesty International.

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Johann Hari, Lost Connections (w/ Andrew Sullivan)

Johann Hari discusses his book, Lost Connections with Andrew Sullivan on 1/31/18.

Hari, author of Chasing the Scream, changed the terms of the debate about addiction with his influential TED talk, “Everything You Think You Know About Addiction Is Wrong.” In his second book he uses his own experience with depression and anti-depressant medication as the starting point for a critique of current chemical-imbalance theories of mental illness. Asking if the growing levels of depression could be related to the conditions we live in, Hari talked to social scientists as well as psychologists. Finding a link between depression and external factors such as loneliness, work-based dissatisfaction, and other discontents of consumer culture, he reports from around the world on unconventional treatments—community volunteer projects instead of pills, non-hierarchical workplaces—that improve mental health by fostering a sense of empowerment.

Hari is in conversation with Andrew Sullivan, former editor of The New Republic, and the author or editor of six books.



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What they don't want you to know about depression

What really causes depression and anxiety - and what really solves them? Johann Hari's New York Times best-selling book, 'Lost Connections: Uncovering The Real Causes of Depression - and the Unexpected Solutions' is the story of his three-year journey across the world to try to find the answer to these questions. Elton John says: if you have ever been down - or felt lost - this amazing book will change your life. To find out what Naomi Klein, Hillary Clinton, Russell Brand, Arianna Huffington, Glenn Greenwald and many others have said about the book, and where to buy it, go to

Dealing With Depression and Anxiety (Lost Connections - Johann Hari)

I had a travel day today, but I took full advantage by listening to an audio book by Johann Hari called Lost Connections. It was a fantastic book, especially the beginning which chronicled the beginnings of the medication era for depression and anxiety. I highly suggest you check it out. Thanks for watching!

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The Most Powerful Natural Anti-Depressant

What really causes depression and anxiety - and what really solves them? Johann Hari's New York Times best-selling book, 'Lost Connections: Uncovering The Real Causes of Depression - and the Unexpected Solutions' is the story of his three-year journey across the world to try to find the answer to these questions. Elton John says: if you have ever been down - or felt lost - this amazing book will change your life. To find out what Naomi Klein, Hillary Clinton, Russell Brand, Arianna Huffington, Glenn Greenwald and many others have said about the book, and where to buy it, go to
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Johann Hari Challenges What We Think About Depression | Studio 10

Could we be looking for solutions to depression in the wrong places? Journalist and author Johann Hari shares his research from his book 'Lost Connections'.

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Author and journalist Johann Hari thinks that modern life sets you up to be depressed.The constant insecurity we get from heavy marketing ruins true human connections, and doesn't lead to any growth for society as a whole.But there's hope.

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JOHANN HARI

Johann Hari is the New York Times bestselling author of Chasing the Scream, which is being adapted into a feature film. He was twice named Newspaper Journalist of the Year by Amnesty International UK. He has written for many of the world’s leading newspapers and magazines, including the New York Times, Le Monde, the Guardian, the Los Angeles Times, the New Republic, the Nation, Slate, El Mundo, and the Sydney Morning Herald. He was a lead op-ed columnist for the Independent, one of Britain’s leading newspapers, for nine years. He is a regular panelist on HBO's Real Time with Bill Maher. His TED talk, “Everything You Think You Know About Addiction Is Wrong,” has more than 20 million views.







 


 

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Johann Hari: Of the nine causes of depression and anxiety I learned about for my book Lost Connections, there were a few that were really challenging for me because I realized how much I recognized them in myself. So one of the hardest – I have to tell you a story about something else first, but when I was, in 2009 on Christmas Eve—it makes it even sadder that this story happened on Christmas Eve. So I use to live on junk food. I used to eat appallingly.


And on Christmas Eve 2009 I went into my local KFC at lunchtime and I turned up and I gave my order—which is so disgusting I won’t even repeat it.


And the guy behind the counter said “Oh Johann, I’m so glad you’re here! Wait a minute.”


I was like, “Okay….”


So he walked off and he came back with all the other staff and they’d bought me a massive Christmas card. And they’d written in it “To our best customer.”


And so I was looking at this and my clogged heart sank. I thought, “This isn’t even the fried chicken shop I come to the most.” It was a very unfortunate low point.


But we all know, right, junk food has taken over our diets. Not admittedly to the extreme that I was, but junk food is increasingly dominating our diets and it’s making us physically sick.


One of the things that really shocked me in the research is that there’s really good evidence that something similar has happened with our minds. Our kind of junk values have taken over our minds and they’ve made us mentally sick.


So for thousands of years now philosophers have said, if you think life is about, you know, money and status and showing off you’re going to feel terrible, right? From Confucius on down, people have been warning us of that. But weirdly nobody had actually scientifically investigated it, until an incredible man I got to know called Professor Tim Kasser who’s at Knox University in Illinois.


So Professor Kasser knew when it comes to human motivation there’s basically—to put it crudely—two kinds of human motivation, right.


Imagine you play the piano. If you play the piano in the morning because you love it and it gives you joy, that’s an intrinsic motivation. You’re not doing it to get something out of it. You’re just doing it because that thing gives you joy, right?


Okay, now imagine you play the piano not because it gives you joy, but in a dive bar to pay the rent or because your parents are really pressuring you to be a piano maestro, or to impress a man, maybe some weird piano fetishist, right? That would be an extrinsic reason to play the piano. You’re not doing it for the experience itself. You’re doing it to get something out of it. You’re doing it one removed. You’re doing it to get something out of the experience.


Now we’re all a mixture of intrinsic and extrinsic values obviously, and we change throughout our lives. But Professor Kasser discovered some really fascinating things. The first thing is, the more your life is dominated by extrinsic values—the more you’re doing things not because you think they’re important but because of how you’ll look to other people, how you’ll seem on the outside—the more likely you are to become depressed and anxious. It’s a quite significant effect that’s been found in 22 studies with depression and 14 studies with anxiety.


Now there are many reasons. I’ll give you just one. One of the things we know is that something that’s a real source of joy in human life,...

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We discussed depression and anxiety with Johann Hari, author of the new book Lost Connections called “wise, probing and deeply generous” by Naomi Klein and “a brilliant, stimulating, radical take on mental health” by Matt Haig.

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