MedCircle, With 1 million subscribers, another bi-channel for those who enjoy listening to mental health content on long journeys. The channel says it updates its content weekly, providing interviews with world-class psychiatrists and psychologists.
Both of these channels have traveled a long way with me, and they provide plenty of tools to navigate the dynamics of complex relationships.
2 Best Selling Audiobooks
Lindsay Gibson, a Virginia-based clinical psychologist, author of the best-selling self-help book Adult children of emotionally immature parents: how to heal from distant, rejected, or self-involved parents. Her skills include helping her clients navigate difficulties arising from “EIPs” or “emotionally immature parents”.
“Emotional immature people are very arrogant, self-absorbed, not self-reflective and they do not respect boundaries. They tend to be very influential, “Gibson said in an interview. Her audiobook is Available on Amazon And suitable for long drives or flights. It comes complete with a roadmap on how to identify and immerse mentally immature people প্রয়োজন a perfect holiday crash course for those who need it.
Audiobook Body Score: Brain, Mind and Body in Healing Trauma, Boston-based psychiatrist Basel van der Colk, is another great road or sky companion for anyone interested in how trauma shapes the body and brain and how to recover from it.
I read these two books and gave them as gifts to friends who have experienced psychological abuse at the hands of intimate relationships and have struggled to cope.
2 podcasts for wellness junkies
Paul Krause is a licensed therapist who administers Trauma Informed Counseling Center Grand Rapids, Michigan. Her podcast, Intentional physician, There are 75 episodes of informative discussions covering psychology and philosophy with various health professionals. His work has been done recently Has been featured on PBS.
I asked Krauss about the nature of his work with clients, especially on holidays. “Holidays are often a busy time for therapists,” he said in an email. “Many clients experience anxious expectations of being forced to spend time with certain family members, or they may ask for additional appointments during the holidays. In general, the holidays can be a time of great mental health crisis for many people. “
Finally, the podcast We are being unlocked, Hosted by best-selling author Brené Brown, offers an in-depth discussion of topics including relationships, courage, shame, stress, and burnout. Her podcast is a must listen for anyone who needs a reminder of how to stay grounded in the face of relational stress and conflict this holiday season.
While I can’t say that the YouTube videos, audiobooks and podcasts I enjoyed successfully transformed my own vacation experiences into Hallmark Specials, it was comforting to know that people were talking about situations, situations and difficulties that I (mistakenly) were unique in my personal situation. There was faith. It’s probably more true now than ever before that a relationship with a loved one – for many people – is like walking on an egg shell. If vacation travel is a must see family, these resources can help prepare you.
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