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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....

In this episode of the Being Well Podcast, Dr. Rick Hanson explains why it’s not so bad to be “needy.” We all have needs for safety, satisfaction, and connection, the question is how can we meet them skillfully? 0:30: Why needs? 1:15: The three needs 2:55: Superficial needs 5:00:...

On this episode, Dr. Rick Hanson explains the three ways we can skillfully 'deal with' our complicated minds. This includes practical ways to truly be with our experience, let go of negative thoughts and feelings, and plant new flowers in the garden of the mind....

On this episode, Dr. Rick Hanson focuses on how we can use mindfulness in practical ways in the flow of our daily lives....

Today Dr. Hanson and Forrest explore how to use self-compassion to reduce rumination, feel safe while taking big risks, and improve our relationships with other people. They also explain what makes self-compassion different from self-pity or being on your own side. Hope you enjoy! Timestamps: 0:15: What...

In this episode of Season 2 of the Being Well Podcast, Dr. Rick Hanson focuses on the importance of self-compassion - and particularly on why it's important to get "on your own side" in order to be more resilient and create lasting, positive change in...

In the first episode of Season 2 of the Being Well Podcast, Dr. Rick Hanson starts a series on Resilience by explaining the importance of Resilience and HOW we can begin to grow this key strength....

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