The pandemic-fueled feeling called 'languishing'; Elvis Costello's new album : Here & Now Anytime In a The New York Times op-ed, psychologist Adam Grant puts a name to that feeling borne out of the pandemic — showing up for life, but living without purpose and aim. Emory University sociologist Corey Keyes coined that feeling "languishing." We discuss. And, Rock & Roll Hall of Fame musician Elvis Costello talks about his new album "The Boy Named If."

The pandemic-fueled feeling called 'languishing'; Elvis Costello's new album

The pandemic-fueled feeling called 'languishing'; Elvis Costello's new album

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In a The New York Times op-ed, psychologist Adam Grant puts a name to that feeling borne out of the pandemic — showing up for life, but living without purpose and aim. Emory University sociologist Corey Keyes coined that feeling "languishing." We discuss.

And, Rock & Roll Hall of Fame musician Elvis Costello talks about his new album "The Boy Named If."

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