When a child is particularly emotionally intelligent, and a parent is particularly emotionally vulnerable, an inversion of the typical relationship can occur where the child devotes themselves to meeting the parent’s needs rather than the other way around.
Being Well Podcast: Secondary Trauma: Recovering from Compassion Fatigue with Laura van Dernoot Lipsky
Laura van Dernoot Lipsy talks about how to manage secondary traumatic stress, avoid burnout and overwhelm, and stay hopeful and live fully in the face of challenges.
In this conversation from the Life After COVID Summit, Dr. Joanne Cacciatore joins Forrest to help us put the past in perspective, and relate in healthier and more whole ways to the many things we’ve lost over the past year.
Sharon Salzberg, one of the most prominent teachers of mindfulness in the West, joins Forrest and me to discuss how we can create real change in our hearts, minds, and lives.
There are some emotions that are so deeply tied to the human experience that it’s impossible to avoid them. One of these is grief, which we have yet to discuss in detail on the podcast. On this episode we’re changing that, and have the pleasure of welcoming Dr. Joanne Cacciatore to the podcast.