Manage episode 172419035 series 1322615
Today we chat with Natasha Adamo from the relationship, wellness, beauty and lifestyle blog, Post Male Syndrome. You'll hear about:-How Natasha started her blog, Post Male Syndrome -How to determine what your calling is -How you don't need to be healed to help someone -What is emotional survival mode? -How "checking off the boxes" doesn't help anyone grow. -How helping other people helps you heal. -What makes people depressed -What happens when you have an unhealthy level of self-obsession -How Natasha overcame feeling like she wasn't enough and a low self-worth -How Natasha came to her self-actualization that people are not born insecure -Why security is habitual and it takes practice everyday -How you have to get out of your head to heal and solidify your healing by helping someone else -How Natasha still struggles with liking herself and accepting who she is now -How making her younger and older-self proud channels her positive affirmations -What the key to self-acceptance is -How taking care of an animal or child teaches you how to prioritize self-love -How practicing self-worth helps you maintain a relationship -Why you're the only person who shows up consistently every day -Why you can't really change someone -What to do if you want to change someone -What dating looks like now because of dating apps -How to preserve your self-worth while on dating apps -How to be successful on dating apps -What the biggest mistake in dating is for most people -Is taking a break from dating to focus on yourself a good idea or bad idea? -How competing against other people will never validate you -What Natasha's self-care practice looks like -What healthy habit Natasha can't give up -What piece of advice Natasha would give her 20 year old self -What Natasha hopes her 50 year old self tells her -What person in business Natasha looks up to Connect with Natasha Blog: postmalesyndrome.com IG/TW: @natashaadamo Join the Healthy Maven Tribe to ask guests questions and find out who will be on the show before anyone else! facebook.com/groups/THMTribe
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