Charlotte Lieberman

Journalist focusing on mental health; author

Journalist focusing on mental health; author of the recent New York Times article “Why we Romanticize the Past” 

Charlotte Lieberman on KCRW

We’re often nostalgic when looking at past events. Our memories focus on the fun times, the images are often rosier than they actually were.

Can misremembering help us feel better?

We’re often nostalgic when looking at past events. Our memories focus on the fun times, the images are often rosier than they actually were.

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