The Midnight Library Episode 3

Episode 3 June 13, 2022 00:45:53
The Midnight Library Episode 3
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The Midnight Library Episode 3
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The Book Interrupted women and Virginia share their personal thoughts at the halfway mark of reading “The Midnight Library” by Matt Haig, then continue in the group discussion. The women discuss depression, the unpredictable outcomes of choices, and fiction versus reality. What roles do philosophy, perspective, & mindset have in regret? How does the language of mental health change the conversation?

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Book Interrupted Website

Book Interrupted YouTube Channel

Book Interrupted Facebook Book Club Group

The Midnight Library by Matt Haig

Matt Haig

Everything Everywhere All At Once Official Trailer

Quantum Leap TV Show Opening Credits

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The Book Interrupted women and Virginia share their personal thoughts at the halfway mark of reading “The Midnight Library” by Matt Haig, then continue in the group discussion. The women discuss depression, the unpredictable outcomes of choices, and fiction versus reality. What roles do philosophy, perspective, & mindset have in regret? How does the language of mental health change the conversation? Discussion Points: ● Philosophy, perspective, and mindset ● Choices change life in unpredictable ways ● Connecting with the main character, or not ● Depression ● Micro dosing ● Fiction versus real life ● Language change for the good Mentioned on this episode of Book Interrupted: Book Interrupted Website Book Interrupted YouTube Channel Book Interrupted Facebook Book Club Group The Midnight Library by Matt Haig Matt Haig Everything Everywhere All At Once Official Trailer Quantum Leap TV Show Opening Credits

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