Self Care Podcast Episodes
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If you struggle with controlling your emotions and overreacting, it can be helpful to understand how the brain processes emotion. Today, Dr. Judith Siegel, author of the audiobook "Stop Overreacting", takes us through the most relevant aspects of brain chemistry and functioning, and demystifies the role of your mind in overreacting.
Though experiencing heartbreak is a time of grieving, it does present a new opportunity to create the life you desire. Dr. Christina Hibbert, author of the audiobook Who Am I Without You? 52 Ways to Rebuild Self-Esteem After A Breakup, shares her thoughts on healing after heartbreak. What do you want your future to look like? Focusing on this question can help the healing process.
It can be a challenge to be an introvert in a world that favors extroverts and high energy. But Dr. Arnie Kozak, author of the audiobook "The Awakened Introvert" has an encouraging suggestion— embrace being an introvert! In fact, the Buddha himself was an introvert! Dr. Kozak shareshow accepting your introversion can help you awaken to your greater potential as a human being.
Worry convinces us there's danger, and then tricks us into getting into fight, flight, or freeze mode — even when there is no danger. In this interview, Dr. David Carbonell, clinical psychologist, anxiety expert and author of the best-selling audiobook "The Worry Trick: How Your Brain Tricks You into Expecting the Worst and What You Can Do About It" shares advice on how to stop worrying. He offers new ways to respond to chronic worry, rather than trying to eliminate it.
Expecting perfection, inviting excuses, and harboring self-doubt are all distractions that can keep you from staying on track during weight loss. Though these challenges can be discouraging, don’t let them — or your goals — stop you from living your life. Dr.s Lillis, Dahl, and Weineland, authors of the audiobook The Diet Trap, encourage you to explore what it would be like to invite imperfection, forgiveness, and perseverance into your health journey.
When you eat without shame or guilt—free of old beliefs about what you should and should not eat—the results might surprise you. Today Dr. Lynn Rossy, author of the audiobook "The Mindfulness-Based Eating Solution," covers the basics of mindful eating. Dr. Rossy shares that what you choose to eat, when you choose to eat it, and how you eat it, should be your top priorities.
Do you struggle with creating and keeping helpful habits? Today, Dr. Ted Zeff, a psychologist who specializes in working with highly sensitive people, shares some of the elements involved in maintaining good habits. Taking small steps, and looking into your life goals hold the key to unlocking and forming new habits. All it takes is the right structure and some self-compassion!
After a difficult loss or breakup, don’t go through it alone! Instead, focus on ways to build a support system. Though heartbreak can make us want to remain alone, putting in the effort to recognize who you can lean on and how they can help can make all the difference in the healing process. By reflecting on what kind of help you need from those you love, you begin the journey of healing after a breakup.
Knowing how to stop an overreaction when it is in full swing can seem intimidating and perhaps even out of reach. It might feel that once it begins, there is no stopping it. Though you might not be able to control what triggers you, you can learn to tune in to your body and take an active role in remaining calm. Today, Dr. Judith Siegel, author of the audiobook Stop Overreacting, will share techniques that can help you return to a state of emotional equilibrium.
Where is your mind right now? Are you thinking about the future? Or maybe your mind is in the past? When you are mindful, your mind is focused on right now. Psychologist Dr. Susan Albers offers helpful advice about staying in the present moment from her audiobook "Eating Mindfully."