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A podcast about therapy and what makes your brain happy. Hosted by best-selling author and therapist Stephanie Moulton Sarkis PhD.www.stephaniesarkis.com

Latest Episodes

You're Really Not That Smart: The Dunning-Kruger Effect

What's the opposite of imposter syndrome? When someone thinks they know more than they actually do. It's a cognitive bias called the Dunning-Kruger Effect, and you'll learn how to combat it. Also, my story of an unnamed giant in the mental health field who told me that ADHD fMRIs were fake and colored in by hand. Stephanie Sarkis PhD is the host of Talking Brains and the author of Gaslighting: Recognize Manipulative and Emotionally Abusive People and Break Free. www.stephaniesarkis.com

35 MIN1 w ago
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You're Really Not That Smart: The Dunning-Kruger Effect

When You Don't Feel "Good Enough": Imposter Syndrome

Do you have fears that people will find out that you're really not as good as they think you are? Do you feel that you're never "good enough"? Imposter syndrome is common phenomenon that can leave you feeling inadequate and insecure. Learn how to conquer it on this episode of Talking Brains. Stephanie Sarkis PhD is the host of Talking Brains. www.stephaniesarkis.com

29 MIN3 w ago
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When You Don't Feel "Good Enough": Imposter Syndrome

Is it Gaslighting or Poor Communication?

I received an email asking me the difference between a gaslighting relationship and one where the partners don't communicate effectively. I'll be sharing quotes from that email along with my answers. The host of Talking Brains is Stephanie Sarkis PhD, author of Gaslighting: Recognize Manipulative and Emotionally Abusive People and Break Free. www.stephaniesarkis.com

10 MINSEP 16
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Is it Gaslighting or Poor Communication?

Demystifying Mindfulness with Dr. Tony Quaglieri

The word "mindfulness" seems to be everywhere. Do we really know what it means to be mindful, or to practice mindfulness? Dr. Tony Quaglieri talks about what mindfulness really is, and leads you through a mindfulness exercise. He also lets you know how easy it is to practice mindfulness even if you have only a few spare minutes a day. Tony Quaglieri PhD can be found at www.anthonyquaglieri.com. The host of Talking Brains is Stephanie Sarkis PhD at www.stephaniesarkis.com.

31 MINSEP 7
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Demystifying Mindfulness with Dr. Tony Quaglieri

Coping with Empty Nest Syndrome

You may have children going off to college this year. Feeling a sense of grief about your child leaving is totally normal. Learn how you can best cope with your "new normal." The Psychology Today article of this episode, along with the interview on empty nests in Good Housekeeping, can be found here: https://bit.ly/2P6pE9b The host of Talking Brains is Stephanie Sarkis PhD at www.stephaniesarkis.com.

7 MINAUG 22
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Coping with Empty Nest Syndrome

ADHD After Dark: Better Sex Life, Better Relationship

Welcome back to Ari Tuckman PsyD MBA, author of the new book ADHD After Dark: Better Sex Life, Better Relationship. Dr. Tuckman's book is the first that focuses exclusively on ADHD and sex. Discover how ADHD impacts your sex life, and why unloading the dishwasher without being reminded is one of the best things you can do for your relationship. Seriously. Dr. Tuckman's site is www.tuckmanpsych.com. Stephanie Sarkis PhD is the host of Talking Brains. www.stephaniesarkis.com

38 MINAUG 14
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ADHD After Dark: Better Sex Life, Better Relationship

Why Are People with ADHD More Vulnerable to Gaslighting?

If you have ADHD, you may find that you are more prone to being manipulated in relationships due to ADHD-related issues, including feeling "less than". Gaslighting is a form of emotional abuse where a person manipulates others to gain control over them. According to studies, you are more likely to be an abusive relationship than your peers when you have ADHD. Why does having ADHD make you more vulnerable to gaslighting? Learn what you can do to prevent having these types of relationships in the future. The host of Talking Brains is Stephanie Sarkis PhD, author of Gaslighting: Recognize Manipulative and Emotionally Abusive People and Break Free. www.stephaniesarkis.com.

25 MINAUG 7
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Why Are People with ADHD More Vulnerable to Gaslighting?

Why a Gaslighting/Narcissistic Relationship Is So Devastating

Gaslighters/narcissists cause a great deal of trauma to others. If you are in a relationship with a gaslighter/narcissist, it may have traumatized you in ways that you aren't consciously aware of yet. Discover how the gaslighter/narcissist may be impacting your view of yourself and the world around you. The host of Talking Brains is Stephanie Sarkis PhD, the author of Gaslighting: Recognize Manipulative and Emotionally Abusive People and Break Free. www.stephaniesarkis.com

22 MINJUL 24
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Why a Gaslighting/Narcissistic Relationship Is So Devastating

Rebuilding After a Gaslighting or Narcissistic Relationship

You survived an emotionally abusive relationship with a gaslighter/narcissist. How do you start healing and how do you avoid these relationships in the future? How do you find yourself again, after being told repeatedly that you were "less than"? Learn the building blocks to surviving and thriving after a relationship with a gaslighter or narcissist. The host of Talking Brains is Stephanie Moulton Sarkis PhD, author of Gaslighting: Recognize Manipulative and Emotionally Abusive People and Break Free. www.stephaniesarkis.com

38 MINJUL 13
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Rebuilding After a Gaslighting or Narcissistic Relationship

Parallel Coparenting: You Do Your Thing, I'll Do Mine...with Jeremy Gaies PsyD

No one said coparenting would be easy. But what if your coparenting relationship causes anger and frustration more days than not? Parallel coparenting and consulting with a parent coordinator may be options for you. Jeremy Gaies PsyD, psychologist, family mediator, and coauthor of Mindful Coparenting: A Child-Friendly Path Through Divorce shares which coparenting options might be best for you - whether your coparenting relationship is low-conflict, medium-conflict, or high-conflict. If you aren't sure which conflict style your coparenting might be, Dr. Gaies can help you with that too. I'm Stephanie Sarkis PhD, host of Talking Brains and author of Gaslighting: Recognize Manipulative and Emotionally Abusive People and Break Free. www.stephaniesarkis.com

65 MINJUL 2
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Parallel Coparenting: You Do Your Thing, I'll Do Mine...with Jeremy Gaies PsyD

Latest Episodes

You're Really Not That Smart: The Dunning-Kruger Effect

What's the opposite of imposter syndrome? When someone thinks they know more than they actually do. It's a cognitive bias called the Dunning-Kruger Effect, and you'll learn how to combat it. Also, my story of an unnamed giant in the mental health field who told me that ADHD fMRIs were fake and colored in by hand. Stephanie Sarkis PhD is the host of Talking Brains and the author of Gaslighting: Recognize Manipulative and Emotionally Abusive People and Break Free. www.stephaniesarkis.com

35 MIN1 w ago
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You're Really Not That Smart: The Dunning-Kruger Effect

When You Don't Feel "Good Enough": Imposter Syndrome

Do you have fears that people will find out that you're really not as good as they think you are? Do you feel that you're never "good enough"? Imposter syndrome is common phenomenon that can leave you feeling inadequate and insecure. Learn how to conquer it on this episode of Talking Brains. Stephanie Sarkis PhD is the host of Talking Brains. www.stephaniesarkis.com

29 MIN3 w ago
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When You Don't Feel "Good Enough": Imposter Syndrome

Is it Gaslighting or Poor Communication?

I received an email asking me the difference between a gaslighting relationship and one where the partners don't communicate effectively. I'll be sharing quotes from that email along with my answers. The host of Talking Brains is Stephanie Sarkis PhD, author of Gaslighting: Recognize Manipulative and Emotionally Abusive People and Break Free. www.stephaniesarkis.com

10 MINSEP 16
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Is it Gaslighting or Poor Communication?

Demystifying Mindfulness with Dr. Tony Quaglieri

The word "mindfulness" seems to be everywhere. Do we really know what it means to be mindful, or to practice mindfulness? Dr. Tony Quaglieri talks about what mindfulness really is, and leads you through a mindfulness exercise. He also lets you know how easy it is to practice mindfulness even if you have only a few spare minutes a day. Tony Quaglieri PhD can be found at www.anthonyquaglieri.com. The host of Talking Brains is Stephanie Sarkis PhD at www.stephaniesarkis.com.

31 MINSEP 7
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Demystifying Mindfulness with Dr. Tony Quaglieri

Coping with Empty Nest Syndrome

You may have children going off to college this year. Feeling a sense of grief about your child leaving is totally normal. Learn how you can best cope with your "new normal." The Psychology Today article of this episode, along with the interview on empty nests in Good Housekeeping, can be found here: https://bit.ly/2P6pE9b The host of Talking Brains is Stephanie Sarkis PhD at www.stephaniesarkis.com.

7 MINAUG 22
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Coping with Empty Nest Syndrome

ADHD After Dark: Better Sex Life, Better Relationship

Welcome back to Ari Tuckman PsyD MBA, author of the new book ADHD After Dark: Better Sex Life, Better Relationship. Dr. Tuckman's book is the first that focuses exclusively on ADHD and sex. Discover how ADHD impacts your sex life, and why unloading the dishwasher without being reminded is one of the best things you can do for your relationship. Seriously. Dr. Tuckman's site is www.tuckmanpsych.com. Stephanie Sarkis PhD is the host of Talking Brains. www.stephaniesarkis.com

38 MINAUG 14
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ADHD After Dark: Better Sex Life, Better Relationship

Why Are People with ADHD More Vulnerable to Gaslighting?

If you have ADHD, you may find that you are more prone to being manipulated in relationships due to ADHD-related issues, including feeling "less than". Gaslighting is a form of emotional abuse where a person manipulates others to gain control over them. According to studies, you are more likely to be an abusive relationship than your peers when you have ADHD. Why does having ADHD make you more vulnerable to gaslighting? Learn what you can do to prevent having these types of relationships in the future. The host of Talking Brains is Stephanie Sarkis PhD, author of Gaslighting: Recognize Manipulative and Emotionally Abusive People and Break Free. www.stephaniesarkis.com.

25 MINAUG 7
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Why Are People with ADHD More Vulnerable to Gaslighting?

Why a Gaslighting/Narcissistic Relationship Is So Devastating

Gaslighters/narcissists cause a great deal of trauma to others. If you are in a relationship with a gaslighter/narcissist, it may have traumatized you in ways that you aren't consciously aware of yet. Discover how the gaslighter/narcissist may be impacting your view of yourself and the world around you. The host of Talking Brains is Stephanie Sarkis PhD, the author of Gaslighting: Recognize Manipulative and Emotionally Abusive People and Break Free. www.stephaniesarkis.com

22 MINJUL 24
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Why a Gaslighting/Narcissistic Relationship Is So Devastating

Rebuilding After a Gaslighting or Narcissistic Relationship

You survived an emotionally abusive relationship with a gaslighter/narcissist. How do you start healing and how do you avoid these relationships in the future? How do you find yourself again, after being told repeatedly that you were "less than"? Learn the building blocks to surviving and thriving after a relationship with a gaslighter or narcissist. The host of Talking Brains is Stephanie Moulton Sarkis PhD, author of Gaslighting: Recognize Manipulative and Emotionally Abusive People and Break Free. www.stephaniesarkis.com

38 MINJUL 13
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Rebuilding After a Gaslighting or Narcissistic Relationship

Parallel Coparenting: You Do Your Thing, I'll Do Mine...with Jeremy Gaies PsyD

No one said coparenting would be easy. But what if your coparenting relationship causes anger and frustration more days than not? Parallel coparenting and consulting with a parent coordinator may be options for you. Jeremy Gaies PsyD, psychologist, family mediator, and coauthor of Mindful Coparenting: A Child-Friendly Path Through Divorce shares which coparenting options might be best for you - whether your coparenting relationship is low-conflict, medium-conflict, or high-conflict. If you aren't sure which conflict style your coparenting might be, Dr. Gaies can help you with that too. I'm Stephanie Sarkis PhD, host of Talking Brains and author of Gaslighting: Recognize Manipulative and Emotionally Abusive People and Break Free. www.stephaniesarkis.com

65 MINJUL 2
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Parallel Coparenting: You Do Your Thing, I'll Do Mine...with Jeremy Gaies PsyD