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  • Corine Olarte

Pivoting Away from the Tortured Artist Stereotype with Nancy Le

Updated: Feb 22

About the Episode:

TW: mentions of su*c*de and ab*se

The tortured artist stereotype refers to the cultural perception that creative individuals, particularly artists, must endure inner turmoil, suffering, or mental anguish in order to produce meaningful and authentic works of art. Join us in a compelling conversation with licensed therapist, Nancy Le, as they share invaluable insights on breaking free from that cycle of misery, paving the way for mindful strategies that empower creative professionals to thrive authentically in their pursuits. Tune in to discover a new paradigm for success that transcends the outdated narrative of suffering for one's art.

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