Elise Loehnen

Elise Loehnen

34 Interviews
Elise Loehnen Fissmer is a writer and editor living in Los Angeles.

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In this episode of the Matriarchy series, we explore how deeply ingrained patriarchal narratives can create a policing effect on the behavior of women.  Author, Elise Loehnen, discusses her book "On Our Best Behavior" which examines how concepts like the seven deadly sins have historically been used to restrict women's

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Ashley Hesseltine + Rayna Greenberg & Elise Loehnen 01 Jan 2024 • EN

Stop Trying to Be a “Good” Woman feat. Author Elise Loehnen

We are kicking off the year with a very enlightening conversation with Elise Loehnen, author of the New York Times bestseller On Our Best Behavior: The Seven Deadly Sins and the Price Women Pay to Be Good. We discuss these seven “sins” and the (wrong) notion we’ve been fed that a “good woman” is not supposed to indulge

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Elise Loehnen & Carl Erik Fisher 11 Dec 2023 • EN

Breaking the Addiction Binary (Carl Erik Fisher, M.D.): ADDICTION

“I want to say that it's not just some idea about suffering, it's also a function of social and economic systems that are deliberately weaponizing an individualized view of suffering as a technique, as a strategy. I found across eras and eras and eras in the book is that addiction supply industries, which is what one s

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Most of us have heard of the seven deadly sins, but don’t really know what they are, where they come from, or how they play into how women are expected to behave in our society. In this episode, I’m joined by Elise Loehnen, author of the New York Times best-seller, On Our Best Behavior: The Seven Deadly Sins and the Pr

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Elise Loehnen & Chloé Cooper 26 Oct 2023 • EN

When We Hold Ourselves Apart (Chloé Cooper Jones)

“That's just like the human struggle, is how is it that our interiority and the way that we're perceived externally, how do we live with that? How does it act? Like, how do those things influence each other? Like, that's maybe the human problem. And so academia puts another layer on that, disability puts another layer

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Elise Loehnen & Esther Perel 19 Oct 2023 • EN

Conflict as a Tool for Growth (Esther Perel)

“You cannot differentiate when you never fight. Fighting is also a tool for differentiation, for having two people be able to breed and grow inside a relationship. If all you try to do is avoid any friction, any conflict, and merge into one, then there is a relationship of two halves, not of two holes, basically, to pu

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