Have you noticed what’s happening around our country? Psychologists call it all-or-nothing thinking. It’s when a person assumes certain things like my life is either awesome or it’s terrible, my job is either fantastic or it’s disgusting, or I am either beautiful or I am ugly. This mindset means you have only two options: things have to be one way or another, and there is no gray area or in-between. In this episode, Tim Elmore and Andrew McPeak share four ways to help students break free from this all-or-nothing mindset.