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E05: The Six Pillars of Self Esteem
What is self esteem? Has this concept changed over the years? How can you ensure your self esteem is properly grounded in reality? These are some of the questions we try to digest in today's episode. We draw from Six Pillars of Self-Esteem by Nathaniel Branden (http://a.co/g8UdGEE), and break it down with some examples from our own lives.
E04: The Shadow (Carl Jung)
Today Tim and I discuss The Shadow, and how it can be properly integrated. How much of your potential can be unlocked by integrating your 'dark side'? Join us on a journey into Depth Psychology as we explore Carl Jung's concepts, and learn how to incorporate your repressed tendancies to become more whole.
E03 Virtue: What Can It Add To Your Life?
The Golden Mean is the idea that a balance between two extremes will allow us to walk the path of virtue. Virtue can add to the quality of your life in a number of different ways, and in today's episode we break down how that works. Stay tuned as we discuss various extremes, and how to balance them. Courage Generosity Ambition Modesty Honesty Good Humor Friendship Temperance Composure Self Control
E02 Anxiety: Are You Overwhelmed By Life's Chaos?
Anxiety is an all encompassing emotion that is linked to many different psychological aspects of our lives such as fear, worrying about the future along with symptoms of feeling irritated and nervous. Anxiety can be used to describe phobias, panic attacks, post-traumatic stress disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder and generalized anxiety disorder. But it’s normal to feel anxiety when facing many of the common life challenges we face like a job interview, an exam or first date. The...
E01: Depression. 10 Things You Need To Know
Our pilot episode dives right into the deep end with a personal dialouge between Shredder Steve and Tapping Tim on the difficulties dealing with depression. No punches are pulled, no stones unturned. What is it? What causes it? What can we do about it? Join us on this journey and realize that you are not alone in your suffering.