Playlist · by leanntapp
6 episodes, 3 hours 44 mins
132: Ask David — Do we really create our own interpersonal reality? What if you’re being raped?
Today’s Ask David questions. Do depression and anxiety result from medical illnesses, like thyroid problems? Do we REALLY create our own interpersonal reality? What if you’re being raped? Are you saying that’s your fault? How can that be? I struggle with anxiety. Why is it a mistake to try to “calm down?” How do you deal with entitlement? I think my patients should do what I tell them to do! After all, I’m a highly trained professional! How do you deal with racism, sexism, and other societal barriers? What if the injustice is real and it isn’t “all in your head?” And here are the longer versions. Fabrice and I hope you enjoy these thoughtful questions submitted by listeners like you! 1. Barbara asks: 1) How are hypothyroidism, depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder related, and (2) how are heart disease, depression, and anxiety related? 2. Mark asks: I'm one of your most avid listeners to your podcasts. I've listened to most of Feeling Good Podcasts as well as the record...
Brené Brown: Rising Strong
We've all been there: You have a strange or unpleasant encounter with someone, and you keep replaying it in your head all day long. You wonder what you did to offend this person, and you invent a story about why he or she mistreated you. In her New York Times best-selling book "Rising Strong," research professor and social scientist Brené Brown describes three phases everyone goes through in these moments: the reckoning, the rumble and the revolution. To create a true revolution in your life, Brené says, "You first must come to terms with the false stories you tell yourself. These erroneous tales can be quite dangerous and hold you back from your higher purpose." Here, Oprah sits down for a conversation with Brené, who has inspired millions through her insights on courage, vulnerability, shame and worthiness.
Steven Pinker argues that our pessimism about today's world is profoundly wrong
Was 2017 really the "the worst ever," as some would have us believe? Cognitive psychologist and linguist Steven Pinker shares data that shows: actually, it was one of the best overall. At TED2018, Chris sat down with Steven to take a closer look at the data that suggest the world is improving, and to unpack why so many people find this idea so challenging. To find out more about TED, please visit TED.com. Find the transcript at: go.ted.com/interviewpinker
Episode 23: The Education Research/Teacher Divide with Paul MacLellan
In episode 23, Michael and Dan discuss the divide between education research and practitioners with guest Paul MacLellan. Featuring surprise a surprise appearance by former guest Jeremy Stoddard.
Episode 56: Teacher Research with Marilyn Cochran-Smith
In episode 56, Dan and Michael chat with Marilyn Cochran-Smith about Teacher Research.
105: Ask Dr. Helen (and David) — Is There Such a Thing as Empathy Fatigue?
We have invited Dr. Helen Yeni-Komshian to join Fabrice and me for two consecutive podcasts on questions listeners have asked about troubled relationships. In today's podcast, we address a question from Mary about how to deal with a husband who constantly complains and exaggerates how awful things are at work, in politics, and in the world. But when Mary tries to dismiss his statements in an effort to "keep the peace," it just gets worse. His complaints escalate! This is a common problem and you may have run into it as well. Do you have a friend or family member who loves to complain? And have you noticed that your attempts to help or point out the irrationality of his or her complaints are futile? So what SHOULD you do? What's the secret of dealing with a whiner or a complainer? Is it even possible. Helen and David provide a myriad of information and describe techniques such as Forced Empathy, Interpersonal Decision Making, Changing the Focus, and the Five Secrets of Effective Comm...
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