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Well, that was awkward... How often does an interaction with someone trigger that response? In this episode, Sam and I explore the concept of personal boundaries, with Joe Biden as a convenient jumping off point. We come at it from different perspectives and end up with different approaches, which shows just how unique and individual this question is for everyone. How do you approach the personal boundaries of those around you? Resources in this episode: Joe Biden video (https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=sJVZPHbXJVY) Simon Worrall “You Need Your Personal Space—Here's the Science Why Your brain uses it to protect you.” January 20, 2018 (https://news.nationalgeographic.com/2018/01/personal-space-between-us-graziano-peripersonal-dyspraxia/) Sara G. Miller, LiveScience, October 13, 2016 “Debate 2016: What Goes on in Your Brain When People Invade Your Personal Space?We lack control over our reactions when somebody gets too close” (https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/debate-2016-what-goes-on-in-your-brain-when-people-invade-your-personal-space/)

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