What's one thing you've changed your mind about? Tell us how your thinking shifted NPR's TED Radio Hour wants to hear about something you've changed your view on. It could be something as small as a food preference or as big as a political view.

What's one thing you've changed your mind about? Tell us how your thinking shifted

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Changing your mind is one of the most natural things in the world. Yet, we rarely talk openly about the opinions we used to hold or the personal shifts that can come with new information or experiences.

Maybe you used to hate mushrooms, but now you eat them every morning. Maybe you changed your stance on gun control. These changes can be a slow burn or an epiphany. They can be monumental or completely inconsequential. NPR's TED Radio Hour wants to hear about something you've changed your view on. Record your thoughts in a voice memo on your smartphone and upload the audio using the form below.

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