“I’ve never really liked my personality, and other people don’t like it either,” writes Atlantic writer Olga Khazan. In her latest article, “I Gave Myself Three Months to Change My Personality,” Khazan tries out meditation, a gratitude journal and improv classes among other exercises to achieve her goal of becoming more agreeable. We’ll talk to Khazan about how it went and what social science says about just how malleable our personalities are.
How To (Maybe) Change Your Personality
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Olga Khazan, staff writer, The Atlantic, author of Weird: The Power of Being an Outsider in an Insider World.