Wait…brushing my teeth can improve my mental health? Whaaaaa…?
When you get defensive, communication breaks down. Here’s some insight on how to avoid that.
No one deserves to live in misery.
So as it turns out, doing good deeds improves your psychological well being. Who knew? An interview with 1 A Week founder Boomer Perrault.
When did you learn to discern what you feel and how to express it? If you didn’t get it in school, perhaps we should be making an effort to teach it...just sayin…
“Don’t put off til tomorrow what you can do today…”
In this episode we learn about the concept of non-attachment and how it can help you in your life!
A fun and quirky conversation with a toddler sheds a bit of psychological light on how to tolerate distress with kids during travel.
Never underestimate the power of positive messaging delivered to children through athletics.
Jake explains a basic concept that will improve your communication and your relationships by simply being non-attached to others' emotions.
Discovering one’s true being is hard, but not impossible.
Not many of us realize that we’re spent until it’s too late. Jake offers a practical (and somewhat controversial) take on the topics of burnout and self-care in this episode.
To project something onto the world means to…
Making any substantial change can be psychologically distressing, but for those moving to a completely new country, the stress is of a different variety altogether.
Far too often the results of trauma manifest as symptoms of other ailments, yet the underlying root cause never gets addressed.
A robust exploration of the basic factors behind anxiety and, more importantly, how to fix it.
Dr. King is making worldwide efforts to fight PTSD and sex abuse. Hear his story on this episode.
The second installment is even better than part one…and part one was incredible!