Curiosity Daily Podcast: Specific Words to Use to Get What You Want (w/ Stella Grizont) and Tweeting Feelings

Learn why tweeting about negative feelings MIGHT make you feel better. Then, learn the specific words you should use to get what you want, with some help from a special guest: happiness expert Stella Grizont.

February 03, 2019

Episode Show Notes:

In this podcast, Cody Gough and Ashley Hamer discuss how tweeting about negative feelings might make you feel better. Read more here: https://curiosity.im/2MDaJ1k

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