Mental health is about diagnosable conditions like depression and anxiety. Emotional health is about common experiences like loneliness, failure, and heartbreak, the non-diagnosable stuff.
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We all know people who just can’t apologize — well, here’s why
Non-apologizers are maddening to be around, especially when they’re clearly in the wrong. Here’s what drives their unrepentant ways and what you can do, from psychologist Guy Winch.
Dear Guy: “I’m sexually frustrated!”
This time, psychologist Guy Winch explains how to talk about an unfulfilling sex life with your partner — and get what you want.
Dear Guy: “I feel like I’m my husband’s maid!”
How do you change a very old agreement that was made in a marriage? With honesty, specificity and accountability, says psychologist Guy Winch.
Dear Guy: “My dog died two months ago, and I still cry every day”
Even though we know our pets will be with us for only a limited time, losing them is still painful and difficult. Psychologist Guy Winch gives advice for how we can process this loss and start to move on.
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SEP 21, 2021
Mark’s Romantic Dilemma
Hey, Fellow Travelers. This week we’re in session with Mark, who is dealing with a lot of regret after losing the woman he loves. He wonders if he might be able to get her back now that he is working on the issues that caused her to leave, and we help him navigate a path forward.If you have a dilemma you’d like to discuss with us—big or small—email us at [email protected] us both online:LoriGottlieb.com and on Twitter @LoriGottlieb1 and Instagram @lorigottlieb_authorGuyWinch.com and on Twitter @GuyWinch and Instagram @Guy WinchLearn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
SEP 14, 2021
Wendy’s Ruptured Friendship
Hey, Fellow Travelers. This week we’re in session with Wendy, who wonders whether a childhood friendship is worth saving after some conflict. We help her to move out of her comfort zone and tendency toward avoidance by opening up some difficult conversations she’s never had before--not just with her friend, but also with her husband.If you have a dilemma you’d like to discuss with us—big or small—email us at [email protected] us both online:LoriGottlieb.com and on Twitter @LoriGottlieb1 and Instagram @lorigottlieb_authorGuyWinch.com and on Twitter @GuyWinch and Instagram @Guy WinchLearn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
A short list of some of my most popular articles and press.
American Psychological Association
Taking Psychology to the People
APA member Guy Winch, PhD, wants to share effective strategies for managing common…
5 Things Therapists Wish You Didn’t Do During Video Sessions
Teletherapy provides a great opportunity to continue psychotherapy during a pandemic. But I've encountered a few minor challenges.
10 Ways to Make Yourself More Likable
Likability is not the most important quality but for those who strive to improve how they come across to others, here are some steps they can take to do so:
10 Signs You Have Pandemic Fatigue and How to Cope
Months of stress, anxiety and uncertainty are taking their toll on our emotional health. Here's what you can do about it.
Do Internet Based Interventions for Loneliness Work?
How close are we to providing broad based psychological interventions for loneliness to anyone with access to the internet?