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Why Anxiety Is Not Your Enemy

By David H. Rosmarin, PhD

A case study in how to live — and thrive — with anxiety.

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Breathe in Gratitude

By Life Time

An 8-minute guided meditation to bring awareness to what you’re grateful for.

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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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Make Room for More Fun!

By Henry Emmons, MD and Aimee Prasek, PhD

How to overcome the “shoulds” and live a more joyful life.

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Real Life, Realized: A Q&A With Sharon Salzberg

By Jill Patton, FMCHC

Mindfulness trailblazer Sharon Salzberg on letting go of fear, anger, and isolation and becoming more open.

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5 Skills for Authentic Communication

By Elizabeth Millard

How to have deeper conversations.

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Workplace Burnout Is Real: Signs, Symptoms & How to Take Action

With Henry Emmons, MD
Season 7, Episode 11

Professional burnout rates are at an all-time high across many industries — and our always-on culture certainly contributes to the rising issue. Henry Emmons, MD, joins us to talk about how to recognize if you’re experiencing burnout, what causes it to occur, and the short- and long-term solutions you can try for relief.

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Why It’s So Hard to Talk About Sex

By Laine Bergeson Becco

Here are four common misunderstandings that make it challenging to talk to our partners about sex.

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Ask the Trainers: Your Fitness Questions, Answered

With Makoto Matsuo, CPT & Sarah Pope, CPT
Season 7, Episode 8

What’s the right exercise routine for me? How often should I be working out? How can I make progress when I’m starved for time? Life Time trainers Makoto Matsuo, CPT, and Sarah Pope, CPT, join us to answer a few of the most common fitness questions they hear from members.

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13 Ways to Start the Conversation About Sex

By Laine Bergeson Becco

Boost your confidence in discussing sex with these expert insights and practical tips.

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A Vision for Success — in Life, Fitness, and Beyond

With Shark Tank's Daymond John
Season 7, Episode 6

Daymond John, entrepreneur and Shark Tank investor, has a story that features years of sacrifice, hard work, and perseverance — and that resulted in a rewarding and highly successful professional life. In recent years, John has put those same attributes to work as he’s invested in his personal health and well-being. In this conversation, he speaks to overcoming setbacks, approaching goal setting, and his health journey and current regimen, and shares insights that anyone can apply to their own lives.

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What Is Trauma-Informed Rest?

By Ashley Neese

In her new book, Permission to Rest, Ashley Neese talks about why rest is a radical — and necessary — practice, as well as how those of us with trauma might approach rest differently.

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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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Pillow Talk: A Q&A With Sex Therapist Vanessa Marin

By Emily Ewen

Sex therapist Vanessa Marin and her husband Xander Marin help couples take the intimidation out of getting intimate.

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The Case for Sex Therapy

By Alexandra Smith, MA, LPCC

Here’s how individual or partner therapy can help you understand your desires and boundaries, improve communication with your partner — and enjoy better sex.

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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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6 Tips to Help You Successfully Navigate Telemedicine Appointments

By Jon Spayde

Virtual healthcare services can increase access, yet they come with their own barriers and limitations. Functional-medicine practitioner Susan Blum, MD, MPH, shares guidance for navigating telemedicine.

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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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A 5-Step Plan for Starting a New Workout Routine

With Lindsay Ogden, CPT
Season 7, Episode 2

Getting into a workout routine can be difficult, especially if you’re new to it or have hit pause for a while. Lindsay Ogden, CPT, shares her secret steps for success that anyone can follow to begin — or begin again — and that can set them up for consistent and long-lasting fitness progress.

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About Time

By Bahram Akradi

Life Time CEO and founder Bahram Akradi reflects on what a precious commodity time is — and how we can make the most of it.

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