Hello, friends! In this episode, I take a look at two questions relating to talking to your children after experiencing a tragedy, and working through childhood issues when you struggle with numbness vs. unsettling flashbacks in therapy.
In therapy, it can be quite normal to experience negative emotions towards your therapist. In episode 261, I received a question from a listener who felt angry, hurt, and vulnerable after their therapist told them they meet the criteria for an eating disorder. In this post, I dive into these feelings a little more and take a look at what you can do to help move forward.
Hello, friends! This is a great interview with Dr. Drew Anderson, a licensed psychologist specializing in assessing and treating eating disorders, body image disturbance, and the psychological and medical problems associated with these things. Keeping with the COVID-19 focus, we chat about things you need to look out for with regard to disordered eating behaviors when you’re in quarantine, as well as things anybody can do to help regulate themselves and stay afloat as well as possible during this period.
This is a question and answer episode that I outlined during jury duty this week. Spending hours locked in a room with other potential jurors sure does wonders for your productivity. I’m thinking of scheduling a jury duty session in each week!
Today is another mini episode of the podcast, because BIG NEWS: Kick Anxiety’s Ass is now LIVE! I’ve been working on it for over a year, but I can’t believe the day has finally come.
In this episode of the Hardcore Self Help podcast, I answer a listener question about how to address an awkward situation with a therapist. Next week will be a longer episode, so send over a question if you haven’t already and I might just answer it!