0344 | Doing the Best You Can & Fostering the Ability to Change

0344 | Doing the Best You Can & Fostering the Ability to Change

If you have ever felt like there must be something wrong with you because of how you handled a situation, this episode is for you.

We’ve all been there. We’ve experienced anxiety, anger, depression and other states of being, and it can be easy to look at ourselves as though there’s something wrong with us. Even the field of psychology has taken this approach. We label things as “disorders” and we try to “treat” people. It all creates a ton of stigma that keeps people from making the changes they want to make in their lives.

Today, we’re speaking with Dr. Joseph Shrand, author, triple board certified psychiatrist, neuroscientist, Chief Medical Officer and lecturer of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School

Additional Resources:

  1. Learn more about Dr. Joe and Drug Story Theater
  2. Listen to my interview with Sean Webb of “Mind Hacking Happiness”
  3. Listen to my interview with Dr. Steven Hayes, founder of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
  4. Check out this podcast episode to learn how to cultivate a better relationship with yourself

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