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006: How Can I Support a Cause Without Becoming an Extremist?

July 1, 2020 by Hans Watson0

How Can You Support a Cause Without Becoming an Extremist? What is an extremist and are extremists more helpful or hurtful to any cause? This is the question we answer in this week’s University Elite Mental Health Podcast with Dr. Hans Watson DO, and Jarem Frye.

In the age of Black Lives Matter, ANTIFA, racism, white supremacy, and more, there are many conflicting causes out there. While we absolutely condemn systemic racism of all kinds, our goal in this podcast was not to define any specific cause, or label particular causes right or wrong, but rather to address and explain the psychology behind extremists on all sides, and define the process of slipping into extremism, and well as the risks that extremism creates for the future of a cause.

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