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How to Cope With Body Grief

By Jon Spayde

Strategies for dealing with the stress of an always-changing body.

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How to Stop Overfunctioning in a Relationship

By Kara Douglass Thom

If you tend to micromanage in certain relationships, it might be time to take a step back. Create more balance in your life with this advice.

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Love, Purpose, and Genius: How to Tap into Yours

With Best-Selling Author Jasna Burza
Season 8, Episode 14

Life is stressful and trying at times, and it can leave us feeling overwhelmed, anxious, and restless. Yet best-selling author Jasna Burza believes we inherently possess what’s needed to change how those difficult experiences impact our lives — and the lives of others.

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An Integrative Approach to Mental Well-Being

With Brie Vortherms, MA, LMFT and Barbara Powell, MA
Season 8, Episode 8

Learn why taking an integrative approach to mental well-being can be a productive route to a more optimal state of mental-well-being, and gain tangible ideas for different practices and modalities that can help you feel and function better.

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Time to Reflect

By Bahram Akradi

Life Time founder and CEO Bahram Akradi on curiosity, intention-setting, and collective wisdom.

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How to Thrive With Anxiety

With David H. Rosmarin, PhD
Season 7, Episode 19

Anxiety has been on the rise for the past several years — and it’s something that can range from feeling uncomfortable to debilitating for those who experience it. David H. Rosmarin, PhD, helps us understand why anxiety is a normal bodily response and how we can change our relationship with it to turn it into something that can actually help us thrive in our lives.

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5 Strategies for Coping With Sensory Overload

By Jessie Sholl

It’s not uncommon to be overwhelmed by all of the stimuli in your environment. These strategies can help you recognize and deal with this feeling.

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5 Skills for Authentic Communication

By Elizabeth Millard

How to have deeper conversations.

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The Promise of Permeability

By Henry Emmons, MD and Aimee Prasek, PhD

How to soften your defenses so you can let feelings in — and out again.

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How to Talk About Sex With Your Partner

By Laine Bergeson Becco

Sex educators explain why talking about sex with our partners can be so challenging — and how to get more comfortable with it.

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Why Inspiration Is the Engine of Joy

By Henry Emmons, MD and Aimee Prasek, PhD

Explore the five traits of this emotion and insights for tapping into the transcendence and interconnectedness of it.

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10 Strategies to Overcome Driving Anxiety

By Jon Spayde

Worried about getting behind the wheel? Here’s expert advice on how to manage your fears by adjusting your expectations, your route, and your environment.

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How to Find Calm When Life Feels Chaotic

By Jessie Sholl

Many of us respond to disarray by striving for control, but there are other ways to find calm within the storm.

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How Curiosity Changes Your Mind

By Henry Emmons, MD and Aimee Prasek, PhD

Henry Emmons, MD, and Aimee Prasek, PhD, explain how thinking creatively can help us create new neural pathways in the brain.

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How Humans Are Wired for Compassion

By Henry Emmons, MD and Aimee Prasek, PhD

Our brains are wired to care for others, even when it may seem like too much to ask.

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How to Recognize and Satisfy ‘Heart Hunger’

By Jessie Sholl

People tend to associate hunger solely with physical nourishment, however, it is important to acknowledge what’s referred to as “heart hunger.” Learn more about how we can nourish this type of hunger.

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Savoring: The Key to Forgotten Happiness

By Henry Emmons, MD and Aimee Prasek, PhD

When we fully notice and appreciate something, we create a pathway to joy.

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4 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Expressing a Strong Emotion

By Jessie Sholl

Practicing healthy emotional expression helps us to acknowledge our emotions without letting them control us. Use these questions to determine the most appropriate way to express your feelings in any situation.

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How to Face Your Fears: 3 Expert Tips

By Jessie Sholl

Directly expressing our feelings of fear can help build trust and intimacy in relationships. Here are some strategies to face your fears.

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How Can I Help My Child Understand and Manage Their Emotions?

By Jessie Sholl

Here are five steps to help teach emotional literacy to your kids.

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How to Deal With Sadness and Grief: 4 Expert Tips

By Jessie Sholl

These strategies can help you cope when feelings of sadness arise.

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