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Psychology

How to Change (Science-based Edition): Katy Milkman on PYP 477

How can you change your habits with ease and confidence, and without shame and struggle? Behavioral scientist Katy Milkman has answers.

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Learning to Listen: A Guide to Ethical Mindfulness: Lani Muelrath on PYP 472

My dear friend Lani returns to the podcast to talk about her latest book, Mindfulness, published under the Conscious Care Guides imprint. 

We had our usual freewheeling conversation, with some tears and lots of laughter.

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What are You Really Hungry For?:
Tara Kemp on PYP 468

What’s the root cause of eating disorders? What’s behind our current obesity crisis? Are we hungry for food? For nutrients? Or for joy and connection?

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How to Connect with Your Soul and Find Your True Purpose:
Bill Plotkin on PYP 455

Why are we destroying the planet and making each other miserable? Are we defective? Or have we lost the map to authentic human development?

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Can You Change Other People?
Howard on Chef AJ Live: PYP 454

It’s so painful to see your loved ones suffer unnecessarily. Can you change the people around you, when they’re eating poorly and not taking care of their health?

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How to Change Other People Without Being an A-hole: Glenn Murphy and Howie Jacobson on PYP 453

Do ever have the urge to tell other people what they’re doing wrong? How can you help other people change without coming across as an a-hole?

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The Science and Practice of Forgiveness: Nathaniel Wade, PhD, on PYP 449

Forgiveness sounds nice, and often feels like the hardest thing in the world. How can we learn to forgive others and ourselves without excusing terrible behavior?

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After the First Marriage: Learning and Growing in Relationship: Dr Susan Orenstein on PYP 445

What can we learned from “failed” relationships that can help us succeed next time? Couples therapist Susan Orenstein talks about her work helping people move on and grow after a first marriage. Read More

A Counterintuitive Mind Hack for When You Feel Like Giving Up

When your mind tells you that you’ll never change, and that you’re destined to keep struggling forever with diet, or exercise, or any other bad habit, it’s easy to convince yourself to give up.

But there’s a simple “mind hack” that you can employ, to change your inner dialog, that can give you the tools you need to keep making progress.

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Six True Lies About Your Food Struggles

Do you binge because you’re eating for emotional reasons, or because your body isn’t designed to say no to hyper-palatable food?

To change how you eat, should you love yourself, or be tough on yourself?

And it is better to learn to eat intuitively, or to create hard and fast rules?

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