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Best Women S Positive Psychology Expert podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Women S Positive Psychology Expert podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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The Purpose Girl Podcast is the modern woman’s home for finding purpose and living a fulfilling life. With a masters degree in the science of happiness, a passion for the divine feminine, and a powerful resilience through horrific traumas, Carin Rockind powerfully encourages women to rise above life’s challenges and chaos to thrive. She gets real and raw to uplift others. Carin’s core belief in life is that every single person on earth has a unique purpose. Because no two people have the sam ...
 
In a world where most people get married, where do you turn for advice if you don’t want to settle down – for now, or forever? Solo is the single person’s guide to a remarkable life. Welcome to the podcast that explores how being unattached affords you the opportunity to be adventurous, start a business, make art, travel the world, get in shape, or simply sleep in when you want to. Join Dr. Peter McGraw – behavioral scientist, humor researcher, and bachelor – as he interviews unmarried men a ...
 
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When I first started PurposeGirl I started with the dream of creating a movement of women coming together in their power and shifting the world for the better. I’ve always been fascinated by movements of women that start organically, where women gather and take a stand for something together. My guest today has created such a movement, a movement t…
 
Is pandemic pandemonium making you consider professional changes in order to live a more remarkable life? This week’s episode can help–and coincides with the launch of Peter’s new book, Shtick to Business: What the Masters of Comedy Can Teach you About Breaking Rules, Being Fearless and Building a Serious Career. You can find it as a book, eBook, o…
 
With the turmoil in the world, are you imagining starting over and pursuing a new remarkable life? Peter and his co-host, Isabella Imani, speak to his old friend Lisa Slavid, who is starting a new chapter—or, as they conclude, beginning to climb her second mountain. Lisa is a great guest because of her remarkable Solo life, but she is also an exper…
 
We’re living through chaotic times right now. People are concerned about their health, their jobs, their communities, their kids, the economy… If we aren’t intentional, we can get pulled down by all of the uncertainty and fear. But that’s not what I want for you. In today’s episode I teach you how to shift from the feelings of helplessness and fear…
 
How can you meet single people for friendships or more? In this episode, Peter speaks to Daliya Karnofsky and Avra Friedman, the co-hosts and co-creators of All My Single Friends, a live show that is part-comedy show and part-dating show. They discuss a variety of topics, including tips for meeting people in real life, why a bad date is not a waste…
 
Are you thinking of looking for a therapist? With the corona pandemic and the social and economic problems, it is causing, this is an especially good time to get started. This episode looks at the types of therapy and tactics and resources you can use as you begin to find a therapist. Good luck! Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! He…
 
Because of Coronavirus, we need tips and tools to boost immunity, stay positive, and regain hope, and in this episode, I give you all my tools. Suddenly, many of us have had our lives changed in ways we couldn’t have predicted, and we’re now quarantined or sheltering in place, practicing social distancing, and pretty much staying at home. Many are …
 
How do you fuel a remarkable life? In this episode, Peter talks to EC Synkowski, an expert in nutrition and the creator of the 800 Gram Challenge. He is joined by a new, hilarious guest host–Gia Cognata–who asks the questions that Peter is not willing to ask. EC does a primer on quantity vs. quality and how the idea relates to a variety of trendy d…
 
To most people, pain and injury are synonymous. This week’s episode questions that assumption. Host, Peter McGraw, talks to physical therapist and creator of the Merrill Method, Charlie Merrill, about his radical new perspective on thinking about pain. They talk about a wide array of topics, including the difference between pain and injury, the pur…
 
Who is to say that there is one right way to go about dating? In this episode, Peter sits down with Josh Gray-Emmer, CEO of BRIDGE, and new guest co-host, Lily Rains. Together, they talk about Josh’s atypical approach to dating and sex, in which he dates friends and sleeps with strangers. They also discuss what makes a good friend versus an acquain…
 
This is part of an ongoing series of episodes in which I’m interviewing clients of mine who have uncovered their purpose and gone after their dreams. These women are truly inspirational and serve as fabulous examples of what we can do when we decide to go after our purpose, and that we’re willing to do what it takes to take control of our own lives…
 
I love the end of the year! It’s such a magical time, with the holidays, looking back and savoring all the wonderful moments and accomplishments of the past year, and looking ahead to the unlimited possibilities and potential of the upcoming year. And it’s even more special right now as we head into the year 2020, a number that conjures up vision a…
 
A staggering number of people suffer from anxiety. For some it flares up at more stressful times in their lives, and for others it’s a constant presence, a constant struggle. I’ve talked many times about my own challenges with anxiety over the years, as well as panic attacks that I’ve suffered, most recently the almost daily attacks that I dealt wi…
 
Slowing down, pausing, and taking a moment to appreciate what we have is so important to our wellbeing, but in the hectic day-to-day rush of our lives we rarely take time for appreciation. In the United States we have the holiday of Thanksgiving, which is a day set aside for us to do exactly this, but how do we use the power of gratitude to improve…
 
There are many paths to wellness, and many kinds of wellness beyond simple physical health. In today’s episode my special guest, Adri Kyser, and I discuss a holistic approach to wellness. Adri also discusses some of the traumas she survived as a child, how it helped shape her journey, and how she actively chose to change the narrative of her life s…
 
What does it mean to be an empowered woman? What’s the difference between being empowered and having power over someone else? In today’s episode I dive into one of my favorite areas, what it means for a woman to be truly in her power. I talk about: The feminine and the masculine in all of us The difference between the distorted, toxic masculine, an…
 
Are you frustrated with where you are at work? Maybe you feel like you aren’t advancing as you should be, as you deserve to be, or you struggle to define your own style of leadership. Women leaders (and companies) typically focus on two areas when aiming to advance women in leadership: building business skills and combatting discrimination. However…
 
Shortly after receiving my Masters in Applied Positive Psychology I combined my years in corporate marketing with my new expertise in positive psychology and began supporting a wide range of companies. There was a growing awareness at the executive and managerial level of the need to support employees in a more holistic way than before, and I was b…
 
Recently I had the great fortune to attend Women Warriors: The Voices of Change, at Lincoln Center in New York, led by Amy Andersson, conductor with Orchestra Moderne NYC, and to say that it was earth-shattering would be an understatement. From their description: “Women Warriors: The Voices of Change is a ground-breaking concert creation that honor…
 
Teenage girls face so many pressures from family, dating and social lives, school, trying to prepare for the future (maybe trying to get into a good college or get a good job), and more. As a teenage girl I definitely struggled with anxiety and panic attacks, and this is growing more and more common, and at earlier ages as well. In today’s episode …
 
This is the first in a series of episodes in which I’m interviewing clients of mine who have uncovered their purpose and gone after their dreams. These women are truly inspirational and serve as fabulous examples of what we can do when we decide it’s time for a change and that we’re willing to do what it takes to take control of our own lives and b…
 
Around two years ago I had one of the happiest and one of the most unhappy times in my life. After several years of a challenging fertility journey we finally learned we were pregnant, and several weeks later we learned that we had our second miscarriage. Even with my background in positive psychology, even as I coached women to go after their drea…
 
So many women are cut off from their own desires, from what brings them pleasure, but being in touch with, and in control of, our sexual selves is critical to our overall wellbeing. My special guest today, Lauren Harkness, teaches us about getting in touch with our sexual and sensual selves and why this is so important for our own happiness and the…
 
When I recently turned 45 I started feeling anxious about my age, how much time I have left, what I’ve accomplished, and how much I still want to do in life. Some women go through a “quarter-life” or a “third-life” crisis -- these issues come up at a wide variety of ages -- and in today’s episode I address some of these struggles and how we can mee…
 
At any given time there are countless children spending extended periods of time in hospitals battling serious illnesses. For these children and their loved ones, this can be an incredibly draining, debilitating, isolating experience, but it doesn’t have to be. My special guest, colleague, and friend, Lisa Buksbaum, founded Soaring Words, a non-pro…
 
A few days before recording this I got back from a week at Burning Man. If you’re unfamiliar with Burning Man, here’s their brief description: “Once a year, tens of thousands of people gather in Nevada’s Black Rock Desert to create Black Rock City, a temporary metropolis dedicated to community, art, self-expression, and self-reliance. In this cruci…
 
I am so excited to announce the first ever PurposeGirl ALIVE event, the event for women to reclaim their Power, stand for their Pleasure, and create a path toward their Purpose! PurposeGirl Alive is all about becoming the happy, brave, bold, fierce women we were born to be so that we can collectively change the world one woman at a time! This is an…
 
A dear friend and client of mine passed away a few days ago, and it got me thinking about what it means to live one’s life fully, to live so that you don’t have regrets. A research study showed that at the end of life, people tended to regret the things they hadn’t done more than the things they had done. And so in honor of, and inspired by, my dea…
 
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