In this final segment of our “Relationship Strain of COVID” series, psychotherapist Kate Lambie joins me again for a discussion on values and how they impact our individual responses to the various elements of the pandemic.
In part two of our series on the relational strain of the pandemic, psychotherapist Kate Lambie joins me to share a trauma informed understanding of fear.
One of the most painful elements of the pandemic has been the division it’s caused. Relationships have been strained and, in some cases, torn apart.
Elliott Anderson is back to answer your questions in Part 2 of our conversation about Avoidant Attachment style.
Psychotherapist Elliott Anderson is back to continue our series on Attachment Styles.
Dr. Duana Welch provides the science behind HOW to date high status and WHY it’s imperative we do so—especially when it comes to major decisions like whether to live together before getting married.
Money is such a touchy topic. We’re told never to talk about it in polite company. And for many of us, it’s a subject we don’t ever bring up—even to ourselves! But ultimately, finances are all about values—just like the rest of life!
We often think it takes big behavioral changes to impact our mental health, but according to psych research simple daily habits and choices make a huge difference on our emotional well-being.
We all endure trauma—either Big T or Little T. We all seek healing. Yet all too often, the defense mechanisms we constructed to survive trauma, now keep us constrained.
Join us as we delve into these questions and concerns surrounding the most pressing and controversial issue of our generation: Big Pharma, Big Censorship, & Big Gov Mandates