ADHD is one of the most common and misunderstood conditions out there, and today we’re setting the record straight with author and YouTuber Jessica McCabe.
Dr. Rick and Forrest explore emotional intelligence, including what’s “in” it, balancing emotional closeness and distance, and how we can become more self-aware, self-regulated, and empathic.
Forrest and Dr. Rick explore how to overcome imposter syndrome, the common psychological experience of self-doubt and feeling like a fraud.
Drs. Scott Barry Kaufman and Jordyn Feingold help us explore how we can learn to consistently choose our best selves, overcome barriers to growth, and fully actualize ourselves.
Koshin Paley Ellison joins Forrest and Rick to explore living, dying, and personal practice in the midst of our beautiful, challenging, messy lives.
We explore the various roles we play in life, how we select our roles, how familiar roles can keep us trapped in old patterns, enactments and triangulation, and how we can exit unhealthy systems.
We talk about self-worth vs. self-esteem, what causes people to lack self-worth, Rick’s personal story of developing a true sense of worthiness, and why more self-worth probably won’t turn you into a narcissistic a**hole.
Yung Pueblo joins Forrest to explore how we can enrich our personal practice, refine the mind, break old patterns, relax the self, and feel lighter than we were before.
In this episode, we focus on how to accept, appreciate, and connect with our positive aspects, and how to deal with some of the developmental blocks that prevent us from embracing the good in ourselves.
Forrest and I explore what it takes to develop self-awareness over time, where different forms of awareness come into play, and why maintaining awareness can be such a struggle. We then spend some time considering the heartening notion that the majority of what we have to look forward to when we become more self-aware is the recognition of our own positive aspects, and the natural movement towards health and integration.
Being Well Podcast
There’s a lot of information out there about mental health.
Much of it isn’t very good.
We’re trying to fix that.
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