Psychologists On Overcoming Loneliness, Anxiety & Stress [MASTERCLASS]

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Dr. Nicole LePera, Kati Morton, Kelly McGonigal

Psychologists On Overcoming Loneliness, Anxiety & Stress [Masterclass]

THE SCIENCE BEHIND COMBATING STRESS

Now more than ever, SO many of us are struggling with anxiety, stress, overwhelm and burnout – which is why I’m pumped to share today’s special episode with you all. It revolves around psychology. Three experts on behavioral psychology share their perspectives and advice for how to combat overwhelming levels of stress in your life and ways to increase your level of self-love.

“We lose sight of our own growth & development because we are with ourselves all the time." @katimorton  

In this episode, 

  • Dr. Nicole LePera, holistic psychologist & best-selling author, teaches us how to harness the most powerful regulator of stress and approachable ways we can reparent ourselves. 
  • Kati Morton, clinical psychologist, shares her tips to defeat loneliness and the things you need to be doing to build deeper relationships. 
  • Kelly McGonigal, health psychologist & best-selling author, explains the science behind physical activiity’s positive effects on your mental health and why you should stop thinking that there is good and bad stress.

And now, let’s jump into Episode 1,320 of The School of Greatness!

“We have access to the most powerful regulator of stress through our breath." @Theholisticpsyc  

Some Questions I Ask:

  • What are the best coping strategies for stress?
  • What happens when someone goes through a panic attack?
  • What is the root of loneliness?
  • What are bridge statements?
  • When do we know when we are experiencing good stress vs. bad stress?

In this episode, you will learn:

  • The most powerful regulator of stress. – LePera
  • Approachable ways to reparent yourself. – LePera
  • Tips to defeat loneliness. – Morton 
  • Why being vulnerable is essential for building deep relationships, – Morton
  • How there’s no such thing as good or bad stress, just good or bad reactions to stress. – McGonigal
  • The science behind physical activity’s positive effects on your mental health – McGonigal
  • Listen to the episode on your preferred podcast platform below

Show Notes:

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