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If You Aren’t Willing to Have It (Anxiety, Fear, Doubt, Depression et al.) You Will – Understanding Acceptance

Dr. Stephen Hayes, the founder of the groundbreaking therapy technique Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), says, “If you’re not willing to have it, then you will.” Have what, you might ask? Anything you are trying to get rid of, from anxiety and depression to fear and loss. So what if the key to overcoming your …

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The Psychology of the Churro – 8 Mental Health Lessons Learned from a Disneyland Christmas

Tony shares 8 mental health lessons learned from a Christmas spent at Disneyland. 1) You’ll never really know something until you experience it. 2) Churros provide an immediate but temporary dopamine dump. 3) How to come back to the present moment, over and over again. 4) How easy it can be to find yourself turning …

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Reaction vs. Response – How to “Slow Your Roll”

When met with an unexpected situation, do you react or respond? And what is the difference? According to Dr. Matt James, while some people use the words interchangeably, there is a world of difference in their meanings. https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/focus-forgiveness/201609/react-vs-respond Tony shares a story of showing up late to a recent speaking opportunity where he learned whether …

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The Benefits of Being Authentic, Healthy Ego vs Narcissism, and Non-Violent Communication

How do you know what you don’t know? Tony shares an example of what it feels like to speak to a group of people when you seek validation versus speaking because you care deeply about the topic you are presenting. Often we hear people talk about being authentic, but what does that look like in …

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Sarah Doucette Author of “Stronger Than That: A Domestic Violence Survivor Uncovers the Truth About Her Abuser”

Sarah Doucette, author of the book “Stronger Than That: A Domestic Violence Survivor Uncovers the Truth About Her Abuser” https://amzn.to/3FoX5MI joins Tony to share her “harrowing story of a domestic victim’s search for the truth about her marriage. Twenty-one-year-old Sarah Doucette married a charming, gregarious and attentive man. Six years later, she left the marriage, …

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