The content and thoughts expressed in this podcast do not necessarily reflect what Intero centre stands for.

This is a podcast about feelings, needs, relationships and behaviours that help us and/or limit us. Sonosound is a podcast about different current topics that concern us as people, the relationship towards ourselves and others. Each of these topics will be sharing my reflection and experience but will also look into theories of nonviolence and scientific research in psychology, sociology and other relevant science branches. Though I live in Croatia, I will try to make the content interesting to all.

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5 Fake or true?!

Addition to the podcest number 4, Fake or True?!


Cut and Run by Kevin MacLeod

4 Fake or true?! Addition

We are surrounded by fake news and conspiracy theories. How can we figure out what is true and what is false? Although there is not an easy answer because even fake news and conspiracies contain some truth, there are guidelines that can help us in checking the facts. Researching this phenomenon, I came across some guidelines that I decided to share with you.

Links for further research:

Mike McHargue – The Cozy Robot Show – the podcaster who talks about this topic and inspired this podcast.
Deutsche Welle – list of guidelines to check fake news
A article about how to check conspiracy theories
A manual for journalists on how to check facts/news
Fact checked EU news
Checked news Deutsche Welle
About Roland Imhoff
Faktograf – CROATIAN
France 24 provjera vijesti


Cut and Run by Kevin MacLeod

3 Allyship - how to be a useful ally

How often have you felt that you want to stand up for an oppressed group and didn’t know how? That’s something I was dealing with for a long time. That is the reason why I decided to do some research where I read and listened to people who have the experience of what helps and what is harming. This episode offers some dos and don’ts in being an ally.


Issues and strategies for social justice allies (and the student affairs professionals who hope to encourage them)
Podcast: Brene Brown with Ibram X. Kendi – How to be antiracist
Ibram X. Kendi books – How To Be An AntiracistStamped
What Does Being an Ally Mean? – The Agenda with Steve Paikin with Kathy Hogarth (University of Waterloo) and Brian Ferguson – pastor
Allyship is the Key to Social Justice – Whitney Parnell
Screaming in the Silence: How to be an ally, not a saviour | Graciela Mohamedi | TEDxBeaconStreet


Heart Beat Sound
Recorded by Zarabadeu

Protofunk by Kevin MacLeod

Video Intro:

2 Why trust?

Trust. A topic that is of great importance in every aspect of human interaction. It is important in our private life, but also professional. In this episode, I’m giving a short overview of trust (at least I tried to keep it short). I didn’t just want to stick to learning about trust, but also take a look at what we could do if we want to work on trust. What we can do if we identify distrust towards another person or towards us.


The Social Dynamics of Trust: Theoretical and Empirical Research, 1985 – 2012, J. David Lewis, Andrew J. Weigert;
Trust and Antitrust, Annette Baier;
Trust as a Social Reality, J. David Lewis, Andrew Weigert;
John Gottman, The Science of Trust;
Frances Frei, How to build (and rebuild) trust – TED talk;

Sounds and Music:

Ultrasound sound
Heart Beat Sound
Recorded by Zarabadeu

Ultralounge by Kevin MacLeod

1 What is it all about?!

This is an introductory episode where you can learn a little about me and what this Podcast is about. I’m giving you a short look into why I decided to start this podcast and how I’m planning to go about the topics that I decide to cover. If you want to be informed about new episodes when those are published. 


Heart Beat Sound, Recorded by Zarabadeu


Ice Flow by Kevin MacLeod,,