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The Joys of Being Wrong About Yourself

Learning that self-discovery is a process, not a punishment

Illustration: Daron Nefcy

InIn February I was introduced to a man, a successful man by any standard, a man called Rupert (and naturally by “introduced,” I mean I heard him talk about himself on Radiolab for three minutes). Rupert is your average 71-year-old podcast guest, probably, except for one thing: He has gone almost his…

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Stephanie Georgopulos

Stephanie Georgopulos

former editor-in-chief of human parts. west coast good witch. student of people. get in touch: stephgeorgopulos@gmail.com

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