25. How to break faulty thinking and manage unpleasant emotions with Dr Joan Rosenberg

In today's episode, we explore what living an emotionally authentic life looks like with leading clinical psychologist, Dr Joan Rosenberg! It was a special recording as I teamed up with The Arts Club to record this live with an audience. Thanks for joining everyone! During this chat, we learn about the gifts unpleasant emotions can bring, breaking faulty thinking patterns, grief, imposter syndrome and why anxiety is usually a cover-up. Dr Rosenberg is a highly regarded expert in emotional and mental health, master clinician, trainer and consultant. Her new book, 90 Seconds to a Life You Love introduces ‘the Rosenberg reset’, a technique to manage the eight unpleasant emotions we all experience and explains how understanding the biochemistry of our emotional reactions, has the power to free us. (Highly recommend getting, I didn't put it down).


Find Dr Rosenberg's book here: https://www.90secondsbook.com

More information on Dr Rosenberg here: https://drjoanrosenberg.com



A little bit about the NOT PERFECT podcast. Thank you for reading this and thank you for being here. The intention for this podcast is to share conversations on the subjects that can nurture our life from the inside. Just like physical exercise takes work and commitment, I believe our emotional health requires the same attention. Life throws curve balls unexpectedly and these can feel much more manageable when we know more about our mind. I hope these episodes are helpful in sharing tools, tips and insights into our brilliant hardware that can feel faulty but always fixable. I would love to hear from you if you have any feedback or guest suggestions, please find me on instagram @poppyjamie and @happynotperfect.


Want to feel a bit happier? Download my mindfulness app Happy Not Perfect. The app gives you a daily work-out for your mind that helps you to rest, process thoughts and trains positive thinking. Perfect as a morning mind-set routine or when you need to calm down in moments of anxiety or stress. On IOS and Android. www.happynotperfect.com


 

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