Episode: Brené with Jay Duplass and Mark Duplass on The Power of Paradox


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Brené with Jay Duplass and Mark Duplass on The Power of Paradox

Jay and Mark Duplass are two of my favorite humans. They are film-makers, writers, directors, producers, actors, and activists. They’re also partners, fathers, and brothers who believe in connection, love, and the importance of small moments. In this episode we talk about their memoir, Like Brothers, and how so much of what we crave in life comes from straddling the paradoxes inherent in love, creativity, and relationships.



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