How to Help Students Become Objective Rather than Obsessive
Obsessing over people, desires or worries is quite common today. Given our “instant-access, on-demand” culture, our brains are not used to going hours without answers. So, we ruminate on uncertainties until we’re anxious and even panicking. In short, uncertainties breed dissatisfaction, which launches rumination. It can wreak havoc. In this episode, Tim Elmore and Andrew McPeak discuss how you can help your students become objective rather than obsessive.