During this time of increased isolation our needs for connection are harder to meet than ever. On today’s episode of Being Well, Forrest and I are exploring how we can use the psychological technique of "attunement" to connect better with others, and meet our own need for connection.
Relationships are hard, and making them last is even harder. Today Forrest and I explore how we can be happier and healthier in all of our relationships alongside a wonderful clinician, teacher, and researcher: Dr. Stan Tatkin.
Learn how to navigate hard conversations to feel more connected, with special guest and award-winning journalist Celeste Headlee.
Everyone wants to be a good friend, and a great parent. Parenting isn't easy, but there might be some easy ways to simplify the big ideas and boil it down to a few core concepts. Today, Dr. Tina Payne Bryson joins the show to share how we can become better friends, parents, and people.
On this episode Forrest is joined by the Wall Street Journal best-selling co-author and illustrator of No Hard Feelings: The Secret Power of Embracing Emotions at Work, Liz Fosslien. Liz is also the Head of Content and Editorial at Humu, a company that uses behavioral science to make work better.
Oren Jay Sofer brings a unique and pragmatic perspective to living and speaking mindfully.
In this episode, we cover the importance of asserting ourselves in relationships, and how to do that with empathy and strength.
Learn the dangers of important things that are left unsaid, and how to express those undelivered communications with kindness and skill.
Discover why it’s important to respond to challenges from the “green zone” of the brain rather than reacting instinctively from the “red zone.” Also, learn the biology behind these two systems, the role of mindfulness, and how to combat the brain’s evolved negativity bias.
A simple practice each week that will bring you more joy, more fulfilling relationships, and more peace of mind and heart.
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