Don’t get mad, get untangled! 

To all the chronic overanalyzers out there...the feeling is real. Everything is risky, tomorrow is scary, and you don’t belong here—argh! Now what?

Finally! A podcast for overanalyzers who are fighting to undo the snarl.

Many of us are struggling with a big question right now: "How can I move forward and embrace all the wonders of tomorrow while holding onto the parts of the past that I love?"

Why do good people get tangled in bad situations?

In this super-chill audio experience, Professor Kevin Bennett opens up the playbook on  

  • the snarls that tie us up
  • making sense of chaos, and 
  • getting real about change 

Priority number one: It all begins by looking at your own story through the lens of psychological belonging, the most fundamental human social desire.

If you like personality, mental health, serial killers, music, evolutionary science, and urban design you will love Dr. Bennett's Modern Minds column in Psychology Today magazine.

Dr. Bennett's entire professional workflow illustrated in just four cartoon steps. Cool, huh? In addition, there is a 73% chance he is making oatmeal at home right now.

He lives in Pittsburgh, PA with his amazing family and beloved computer.  

Here is Professor Bennett wearing a suit and tie. Perfect for trekking through nature on a humid and sunny day!

Do you have a question, comment, or suggestion for the podcast or Psychology Today? Don't censor yourself in any way. I work hard to respond to all queries.

Modern Minds Psychology Today Kevin Bennett


Kevin Bennett, Ph.D.
Penn State University
Beaver Campus

Teaching Professor of Psychology 

Program Coordinator for the Penn State Beaver BA/BS psychology degree

Fellow and editorial board member at the Centre for Urban Design and Mental Health, UD/MH

Author of the Modern Minds column in Psychology Today 

Creator and host of the Kevin Bennett is Snarling podcast