Nathan DeWall is Professor of Psychology at the University of Kentucky, an author of a best-selling Introduction to Psychology textbook series, a regular contributor to the New York Times and other national publications, and an avid ultramarathon runner.
He has completed some of the most challenging ultramarathons on the planet, including the Last Annual Vol State 500k (314 mile) run, the 147-mile Marathon des Sables stage race in the Sahara Desert, and the Badwater 135 in Death Valley.
He is happily married to Alice DeWall and a devoted dad to his two kids, Beverly "Bevy" (age 2) and Ellis (age 3 months). When he isn't writing or running, he tends his chickens on a small farm in Lexington, Kentucky.
We dive into Nathan's time running Badwater and pick his brain regarding running and narcissism and is running an effective tool to battle depression and addiction.
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