Better understanding

"For the first time in my life, it was a decision just for me. Not for anyone else. It was great!" Anna, 58, from the podcast "It's never too late to start again. A new career at 52."

The reports and posts on radioCORE should make it easier to understand and assess one's own personal situation and the situations of others. Also, and especially, when it comes to taboo topics. Learning about the experiences and views of others helps people to reflect on their own attitudes. radioCORE gives people the possibility to share their stories and to express their opinions by describing their personal situation. The listener is invited to form new opinions.

People who are in a similar situation recognize through the posts that they are not the only ones in such a situation. They may also discover new solutions and new approaches. By making people realize that they aren't alone, the contributions on radioCORE can encourage people to make difficult decisions. And they can give people the strength to stay positive in difficult situations.

radioCORE does not give advice. On the contrary, radioCORE may even sometimes raise questions. The individual situation of a person always needs an individual solution. People must find this by themselves, but often with the help of others. The reports on radioCORE are autobiographical and therefore very subjective – but they address a broad audience, if not society as a whole.

Solutions are not always "black and white", or "right and wrong", they are different for different people, there is no such thing as a one-size-fits-all solution. What they usually all have in common is that most of the time they involve making compromises. It always makes sense to try to understand different perspectives. To learn from other people's experiences, to understand others better – that's why radioCORE.

radioCORE

radioCORE gives people a voice that otherwise would remain unheard. Taboos are welcome. By these stories you learn insights into different ways and priorities of life. As an addition to these subjective reports radioCORE presents papers on sociopsychological topics (academic) as well as consulting services offered by relevant organizations (help).

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Do you want others to understand your situation? Present new ways of looking at things or offer words of encouragement? Have you gained important insights on a certain topic? Share your story with others. Join in! Contact radioCORE and make your voice heard.

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