Two thousand nine hundred seventy seven people lost their lives to terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. At the heart of this world-changing tragedy lies the question: What makes someone decide to kill thousands of people they’ve never met?
While the roots of violent behavior are varied and complicated, there are common threads, many of which loop back to men’s inability to deal with difficult emotions. This week, self-relationship coach and former counter-terrorism officer J Stamatelos returns to the show to talk about how identity feeds into radicalization, the intersection of emotions and violent behavior, the role of modern media in encouraging violence, and much more.
For more information about J Stamatelos, visit his website: www.jamesjstamatelos.com
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