Don't Go There
By Dr. Brenda Gesell
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Welcome to the Don't Go There podcast. We are four psychotherapists going toward mental health issues that aren't often discussed. And our podcast may go to psychological places that are both scary and exciting. We hope to inspire authenticity and vulnerability. We want to go there. And we hope you go there with us!
||ExplicitIs social media bad for your mental health?||Scholarly research shows that social media is bad for your mental health. Young adults who use Instagram more than two hours a day display symptoms of anxiety, depression, loneliness and poor body image. If you are using multiple platforms of social...||10/4/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitWhat the hell is forgiveness?||Forgiveness is a virtue repeatedly praised by philosophers, theologians and psychotherapists. The act of forgiving, however, is often confusing and painful - and at times it can feel disingenuous. Join us as we discuss the complex concept and process...||9/14/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitDoes having children or being child-free make you happier?||A 2013 Time magazine cover shows a couple lying on the beach and reads, “The Childfree Life: When having it all means not having children.” This is one of many magazines and research articles that suggest people without kids are happier. This...||6/29/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitIs there value in depression?||Depression may often have something significant to tell you if you are willing to listen. Though painful and scary, dark feelings often have profound value. Sometimes depressive feelings are inviting you to mourn repressed grief. Other times, symptoms...||6/29/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
I enjoyed how these professionals shared their heartfelt and diverse views and experiences without judgment. They have a depth of knowledge and willingness to share their vulnerabilities. They are real. They approach challenges we all face with authenticity. You may shed a few tears listening to this podcast or feel a bit of unease; rather than taking the usual sterile and academic approach - these women touch on sensitive areas in a genuine and powerful way. I look forward to hearing more!
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Inspiring and authentic.