What can death teach us about living well? A pioneer in the field of end-of-life care, Frank Ostaseski, joins Forrest and me to explore the fear of death, anger, true courage, and acceptance in the face of it all.
What does it mean to "transcend the self?" With Dr. David Yaden we explore self-transcendent or “peak” experiences, which psychologist Abraham Maslow defined as “moments of highest happiness and fulfillment.” We went out into the deep water on this one!
On this week’s episode, Dr. Laurie Santos joins Forrest and me to share what science says about how we can maintain our well-being during this difficult time.
On this episode of Being Well, Dr. Dan Kalb, an expert on anxiety disorders and OCD, joins Forrest and me to help us explore how we can release obsessive fear during this particularly anxiety-provoking time.
What can we learn about ourselves from and through art? On this special episode of Being Well, Forrest spoke with recording artist Sleeping at Last (also known as Ryan O’Neal) about the Enneagram, the creative process, art and emotion, the power of creating a persona, and how we can become ever more true to ourselves.
What are the “heights of human potential,” and why should we aim for them when simply surviving the here-and-now already feels so challenging? That’s one of the many topics we explore on this episode.
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