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Joining us in the Audible Studios to discuss his latest book, Lost Connections, is New York Times best-selling author and journalist Johann Ari. 

A Cambridge graduate, Johann Ari has a long and experienced career as an award-winning journalist. His in-depth research and accessible style, beginning with the war on drugs, which made up his first acclaimed title, Chasing the Scream, challenged the way we see drug addiction and legalisation. 

He now explores the myths surrounding mental health with his latest book, Lost Connections. Johann Hari talks to us about the inspiration behind his latest title, what he feels we need to be addressing when it comes to mental health and his own past dealing with depression. 

Listen to Lost Connections here.
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Interesting and insightful interview to the book

i first heard Johann Hari talk to Sam Harris and it lead me here to this interview and consequently now to the book Lost Connections. A subject close to me, this interview an excellent introduction to the book.

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Fulfil an unmet need

Excellent overview on why we are depressed and what we can do about it. Includes a very useful exercise for the mind.

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A preview for an Amazing Book

If you are considering on getting the book? I personally would suggest in doing so.