Forrest and I are joined by Dr. Chris Germer, a clinical psychologist and lecturer on psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, to explore how compassion can serve as an antidote to shame.
Shame is one of the most common, damaging experiences all of us face in our lives, and learning to deal with and heal shame injuries over time is a key part of becoming as healthy and happy as possible.
On today’s episode Forrest and I speak with many-time bestselling author, award-winning podcaster, and explorer of happiness, good habits, and human nature Gretchen Rubin.
On this episode of the podcast, Forrest and I continue our series on “Who Am I” with an episode dedicated to exploring tendencies related to obsessive compulsive disorder.
These days it’s easy for our lives to feel like they’re getting a bit out of control. That’s why we’re so excited to be joined by minimalist, filmmaker, podcaster, fellow coffee lover, and YouTube superstar Matt D’avella.
How we can manage an anxious temperament, or help loved ones manage their own.
Say, “Alexa, play Dr. Rick Hanson’s podcast.”
Say, “Listen to Being Well with Rick Hanson.”