Small Change

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Photo credit: Michelle W.

If you could change one small thing about the world, what would it be? Would raindrops be made of candy? Would there be 25 hours in a day? Or maybe you wouldn't change a thing... Psychoanalyst Stephen Grosz explains why we resist change. Plus, a new father on the surprising change of parenthood, and Jonathan and his father enjoy a change of scenery with a weekend in Manhattan.

Special thanks to Jamie Fitzpatrick and the Writer's Alliance of Newfoundland and Labrador.

Stephen Grosz is the author of The Examined Life.

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