(2020) BBC 3 series of ninety videos of different groups of peoples' experiences with stereotypes. Funny and insightful.
(2013) Ted talk by Brene Brown. Beautiful description of how communicating our vulnerability deepens our relationships. If you only watch one ted talk, this is the one.
(2016) TED talk by Kio Stark.The surprising mental health benefits of communicating with people we don't already know.
(2018) by Thoraya Maronesy. If you don't believe Kio Stark already, you can experience the intimacy of hearing someone else's truth by watching this series of videos.
(2014) Ted talk by Simon Sinek. Explains how our passion can motivate other people to change.
(2018) by Iris. Clear accounts of living with autism.
(2007) by Channel 4. Documentary following a mother as she attempts to repair and revive the maternal bond with her baby. A psychodynamic approach.
(2017) by Karen Solt. Short video explaining how we can see ourselves, and other people, as simply victims, rescuers or persecutors. Rather than complex individuals.
(2018) by Wouldn't change a thing. Beautiful sequence of mums singing with their children. A tearjerker.
Living with BPD (Borderline Personality Disorder)
(2019) BBC Radio1. Two personal accounts their relationship patterns. Warm and real.
(2017) by Joe Queenan. Fun and exciting audio.
(2017) by Guy Raz. How we might make the echo of the past quieter in our mind.
(2020) by Thomas Dixon. Three radio programmes exploring the paradox of solitude in relationships.
(1984) by Robyn Skinner & John Cleese. Easily read description of how we might fall in love and develop from babies to adolescents to adults. A psycho dynamic perspective.
(2010) by Paul Mason and Randi Kreger. A practical guide to surviving problematic relationships.
(1994) by Jeffery Young and Janet Klosko. A stimulating self help book based on a schema therapy approach to personal change.
(2004) by Alan Bennett. Brilliant play and film about adolescence, education and how we can pass it on. Free reviews and film trailers.
(2003) by Kevin Dutton. Great take on how different capabilities thrive in different roles and fail in others. A curve ball. Free review.
(2020) by R Chris Fraley.'...the same motivational system that gives rise to the close emotional bond between parents and their children is responsible for the bond that develops between adults in emotionally intimate relationships.'