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Ep #24: Emotional Adulthood

As adults, we sometimes do things that seem totally out of alignment with our grown-up sensibilities. Like flipping someone off in traffic, or having a meltdown about missing the train that’s supposed to take you to yoga class, or snapping at your family for being vaguely annoying. These are great examples of moments where we…
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Ep #23: Emotional Childhood

If you’ve spent any time around kids, you’re probably familiar with their general fear of being in trouble, getting yelled at, etcetera. Think of a kid sneaking some dessert before dinnertime – they’ll claim that they didn’t, even with crumbs all over their faces. In response to their fears, they don’t take responsibility for their…
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Ep #22: Inner Child

If you’re an adult existing in this world, you’ve probably had a full-on temper tantrum at some point – one worthy of any toddler. Afterward, you might have even been bewildered at how upset you felt and why you had such a strong reaction, often to things that are actually pretty mundane: your boss ignoring…
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Ep #21: You’re a Human Being Not a Human Doing

Self-care and self-love are some of today’s biggest buzzwords. These concepts, while useful at their core, have become associated with an external state: laying on a beach, unbothered by work or the rush of everyday life, soaking up nature (and maybe a fancy drink). It looks pretty nice, but this idyllic (and expensive!) depiction can…
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Ep #20: Expectations and the “How-To” Guide to Other Humans

When people don’t act just the way we want them to, it can leave us feeling frustrated or neglected and can send us down a path of negative thinking and emotions. Why? Because, consciously or not, we’ve created “how-to” guides for how those close to us should behave and we tie a lot of emotions…
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Ep #19: Coping Mechanisms and Obsessive Thoughts

When we’re young, our brains come up with certain mechanisms to help us live according to our surroundings – or to keep our younger selves safe. However, as we grow up, these coping mechanisms can become less helpful and actually damaging to our everyday lives, making us anxious or afraid of the things happening around…
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