Associate therapist Elizabeth Ferreira joins Forrest to explore how to regulate yourself better.
Dr. Rick and Forrest explore the four common structures of relationship disagreements, the subtle ways power shows up in our relationships, separating content from process, and how to stand your ground.
Forrest and I explore the varied ways anger surfaces, how we can relate to it, and how in recognizing what it has to tell us we can channel its energy towards positive changes in our lives.
On today’s episode of @beingwellpodcast, Forrest and I explore how we maintain contentment, calm, or inner peace, while still aiming high, pursuing good goals, and experiencing natural frustration and anger. We also take a look at some provocative questions, like is contentment even a good goal when there’s so much injustice out in the world?
In this episode, we cover the topic of motivation and how to pursue goals in healthy ways – with dedication, assertiveness, enthusiasm – while avoiding an unhealthy and overactive sense of passion – with pressure, irritation, anxiety, frustration, and anger.
Dr. Rick Hanson and Forrest conclude the strength of Calm with an episode dedicated to exploring seven ways we can work with anger skillfully.
On today’s episode, we talk about managing one of our most difficult emotions: anger.
Explore how the ‘feral’ parts of our mind can be a powerful resource, and how we can use that inner strength rather than be used by it.
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