In this first Inner Climate talk, I spoke with Eva Rosza. She is from Germany, and we studied together in the Master’s program Human Ecology – Culture, Power and Sustainability. We talked about the importance of shared learning, especially when studying complex subjects. We also evaluated the Climate Stress Relief group that we set up to emotionally support each other during our studies. Initially, the group faced some criticism, which we assessed and connected to the commercialization of self-care. Then we discussed the contributions to our learning experience, e.g., food sharing, communal eating, putting yourself in different environments, meetings in the park, and staying emotionally and mentally checked in with following the state of things.