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Make Way for 2022!

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

2021 has been an anomaly and many of us may find this New Year to be no different. A new year can offer you a chance to choose what you want to work toward, like a resolution, an intention, a goal — or maybe you're looking to make a more fundamental change in your habits or outlook.

Ring in this New Year by listening to these 7 podcasts to guide your personal growth, self-care and relationships in 2022.

I wish you a wonderful new year filled with abundance, joy, and treasured moments. May 2022 be your best year yet!

Happy New Year to you and yours!

 

Create Change With Tiny Habits

Changing our behaviors can feel like a monumental task. We pressure ourselves to go big or go home. Not surprisingly, these big expectations are often unrealistic, and that's a recipe for disappointment and self-criticism.



Stuck In A Rut? ... Practice JOY

The pandemic has caused a lot of us to have signs of what psychologists call languishing, which is a feeling of weariness or stagnation in everyday life. But an emerging area of brain science has a new way to help lift you out of languishing and bring more joy into your life.


Live Longer By Practicing Kindness

If you're looking to live a long life, the answer may lie in how kind and optimistic you are. We revisit a conversation with Marta Zaraska, author of "Growing Young: How Friendship, Optimism, and Kindness Can Help You Live to 100."


Unlocking US with Brenè Brown

Listen to this episode from Unlocking Us with Brené Brown on Spotify. Drs. Julie and John Gottman have taken more than 40 years of breakthrough research and written or co-written more than 40 books on marital stability, divorce prediction, and how science can help people have successful, loving relationships.


Talking With Strangers Can Make You Happier

Consider the times you’ve hopped on a subway, boarded a plane or entered a waiting room. Chances are, you probably avoided engaging with any fellow commuters or patients. But contrary to what we might think, we’d be happier if we did strike up a conversation with a total stranger.


Cracking The Code Of Love

Dr. Sue Johnson is a clinical psychologist and the developer of EFT (Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy). She's author of one of the best books on relationships ever to be written - "Hold Me Tight: Seven Conversations for a Lifetime of Love."

Love Under Lockdown

“Love Under Lockdown” plunges us into the intimate daily lives of four couples quarantining together in the pressure cooker of the COVID-19 pandemic.


 

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