Dr. Rick Hanson and Forrest Hanson explore the practical science of lasting well-being, and teach you how to build reliable inner strengths, overcome your challenges, and get the most out of life. New conversations every Monday.
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Anger is one of the most complex, demanding, and difficult emotions we deal with on a regular basis, in part because it has both many costs and many uses. It burdens our bodies, relationships, and the world around us. And at the same time, there is a... more
Self-awareness is both one of the most important skills for a person to have, and one of the most challenging to develop. In this episode of Being Well, Dr. Rick and Forrest Hanson explore what it takes to increase self-awareness over time, the diffe... more
Dr. Rick and Forrest Hanson open up the mailbag to explore a variety of listener questions. They talk about what causes our brains to become attached to unwanted habits, how to know which of your thoughts are worth listening to, and the pros and cons... more
I became familiar with Dr. Rick Hanson & his son, Forrest Hanson, through their insightful presentations on virtual summits, and then subscribed to their podcast. Notwithstanding their erudite and poignant commentary on psychology, I’m absolutely in love with their down-to-earth father-son dynamic, and their mutual affection and respect for each other. And just in case I missed something, there’s Forrest’s recap of the session’s salient points. Perfection!
When I, like a sponge, needed something encouraging during these crazy times I am personally experiencing, found this podcast, I was “hooked” by the story of life and living as a “human citizen”. Survival is living in the second that has happened in the past, yet, in the exact moment. Is that frozen? Or, the moment of awareness? I don’t know. What I do know is that I don’t. Living in the moment without judgement. This reminds me of a singer friend who, when talking about…life/whatever….... more
So grateful to have this realistic aligning of how personal joy seeking can also help in global healing and compassion building. Namaste.
I work as a teacher educator and find this podcast so helpful in both my personal and professional life. Thanks especially for the most recent episode: Finding Joy in Difficult Times. I really needed those messages this morning.
I’m a school counselor and started listening to this podcast to help my students. I’m so glad I did though because it’s been great for me as well.
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Being Well launched 6 years ago and published 267 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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