1: A Genius of Empathy
35:35 | Oct 22nd, 2019
On bad days and bathtubs. On assassination and puppetry. On the mad that you feel.
aliceko recommended:Jan 4th, 2020
I can’t believe it’s taken me so long to listen to this (I was a bit put off by the cover art, it looked scary). The resurgence of Mr. Rogers is what all of society needs right now during troubling political, economic, and societal times. Imagine if children, young people and adults were exposed to ...Show More
susanle recommended:Nov 18th, 2019
There really is a reason for the recent Mr. Rogers nostalgia. This episode was a great reminder of the revolutionary work that he has put out for children and adults alike and how we approach difficult converstions and feelings with the children and people around us.
kyotea recommended:Nov 14th, 2019
In this day and age, we need Fred Rogers more than ever. Won't you be my neighbor?
mm recommended:Nov 13th, 2019
This was such a moving episode, nothing childlike at all, but a nostalgic look at Fred Rogers and his impact on a whole generation. Loved hearing how Mr. Rogers used his empathetic and comforting abilities to be able to comfort 4 year old kids after the JFK assassination, because their parents proba...Show More
adam_p recommended:Nov 7th, 2019
I am so glad that popular mainstream culture has discovered the empathetic genius of Fred Rogers. I'm relishing hearing the stories of how others, like me, have come to find comfort in his work from childhood to adulthood.