In this episode I share my experience of dealing with the recent loss of my father, and some of the many confusing thoughts and emotions it’s conjured up.
In this latest round of QFQ’s – available exclusive to my Patreon supporters – Dr. William Epstein, author of “The Illusion of Psychotherapy“, answers the following questions: Outside of family and career, what investment of time or money has brought you the most joy or fulfilment? What qualities do you admire about yourself? What would consider […]
Author and leadership consultant Susan Pearse from Mind Gardener joins me to discuss the benefits of doing nothing, why some people find it difficult to relax, and why doing nothing is good for your health and career ambitions.
Dr. Elaine Hunter joins us to discuss Depersonalization Disorder (DPD), what it feels like to experience depersonalization and derealization, common causes which can trigger an episode, and some tips and advice on how to deal with the symptoms.
Cait Flanders, of “Blonde on a Budget” fame, joins me discuss the links between consumerism, addiction and self-esteem, the challenges and benefits of decluttering your life, and also offers some tips and ideas on how to spend both your money, and your time, more wisely.
In today’s episode I try out a new form of psychotherapy called the Method of Levels with Prof. Warren Mansell from the University of Manchester.
We subjected a couple of 7-year-olds to a bunch of philosophical questions to see what kinds of answers their innocent young minds might conjure up.