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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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.
Dear Guy: “At some point, I will retire — and that terrifies me”
Most of us engage in financial planning for retirement — but what about psychological planning? This week, Guy Winch takes us through 4 steps to help find fulfillment and meaning in our non-working years.
Dear Guy: “My boyfriend promises he’ll do better — but nothing has changed”
This week, psychologist Guy Winch addresses relationship red flags — and gives you 3 revealing questions to ask yourself if you’re having doubts about your partner.
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NOV 24, 2020
Two Therapists and a Monk
Hey, Fellow Travelers. We’re dipping into our inbox to answer several of your questions this week, but we’re not doing it alone! For this special episode we’re joined by Jay Shetty, host of the On Purpose podcast and author of the New York Times #1 Bestseller “Think Like A Monk.” And because we couldn't resist, Jay also brings us an issue in his own life, tries out our advice, and lets us know how it all went. Consider this speed therapy, just in time for the holidays!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_author GuyWinch.com and on Twitter @GuyWinch and Instagram @Guy Winch Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
NOV 19, 2020
Molly's Father's Suicide
This week, Molly has always had a critical mother, but even she was shocked when her mom blamed her for her father's recent suicide. We help Molly take the steps to separate truth from fiction and to set boundaries in her life that will free her from her mother's shackles.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_author GuyWinch.com and on Twitter @GuyWinch and Instagram @Guy Winch Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
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Taking Psychology to the People
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10 Ways to Make Yourself More Likable
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10 Signs You Have Pandemic Fatigue and How to Cope
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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?