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The Overwhelmed Brain | Personal Growth | Relationship Advice | Critical Thinking | Emotional Intelligence | Healing

By Paul Colaianni: Survive Depression, Decrease Anxiety, Stress, Narcissism, Manipulation, Relationship, Infidelity, Alcoholic, Marriage, Abuse

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Anxiety, depression, fears, obsession, panic, or any relationship, marriage or family issues, this show will help you achieve less stress and more happiness. Become empowered and honor yourself so that you can make decisions that are right for you. Mindfulness, compassion and being in the present moment are only components of a bigger picture. Live authentically and strengthen your emotional intelligence. Get to the root of emotional issues. If you're annoyed with affirmations and tired of being told to "think positively!", this is the show that leaves out the fluff and gives you practical, down to earth steps to help you create the life you want.

Customer Reviews

Disrespectful to parents and censor your guests, sir

There is some great content here. I'm glad you're taking the time to do this. Thank you for all your hard work.
The part that I'm not a fan of is when you invite guests to speak, then censor your guests because of the language they choose to use. If you choose to let that man speak, let him speak. Nerf the world, right? Fear? What are you scared of? This is a podcast here, there's no FCC.
Please don't insult us by saying that you're protecting my children from your guests. That just translates to "you're a bad parent, I know what's best for your child better than you do, you're too stupid to parent correctly and you're not smart enough to wear a headset while listening."
Do you think we watch porn in front of our children also? No. We do that in private, the same way we listen to your show. There's a time and place for everything. Hmm, you don't think we play self-development material to entertain a crowd of friends and family, I hope. I hope you're not that egotistical and delusional.
You want your show to be listed in the kids section of iTunes? Get real, and get over yourself. We don't play your show to entertain others. It's a very private very personal experience and censorship is an insult. Either invite the man to speak, or don't extend the invitation.
Anytime censorship occurs, it's one person saying to another, "I know better than you do, what you should and shouldn't hear, what you should and shouldn't say, and what's best for you and your family."

You seem like a great guy

Doing solo podcasts is challenging; there is no one around to help you calibrate or keep you on a logical line that listeners can follow.

Personal opinion: there are two kinds of podcasts/ radio shows. One has a goal, specific information to communicate, and will follow a line of explanation and review in order to clearly present the information.

The other kind is really just self-indulgent conversation between people with no goal in mind, just saying whatever thought pops into their brain.

I guess my mistake was thinking this podcast was the former. I hate having to listen to superfluous unrelated information or (especially) random thoughts and opinions when what I thought I was getting was intelligent discourse and examination of a topic.

Paul Makes it Practical!

I have been through the gamut of positive-thinking books and podcasts, and this is one of the handful I've found that actually provides a practical approach to personal development. Paul provides a unique approach that has helped me connect with my thoughts and develop a more mindful awareness of those negative thoughts that have run on "auto-pilot" for many years. His podcast has given me a strategy for identifying the "why" behind those thoughts, comparing them to reality, and using cognitive thought to affect a change in my thinking. His approach is realistic in that there is not "magic pill" to happiness, but that achieving true fulfillment is a step-by-step process. If you're looking for some solid strategies to achieve a better outlook on life, this podcast is definitely worth a listen!

The Overwhelmed Brain | Personal Growth | Relationship Advice | Critical Thinking | Emotional Intelligence | Healing
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  • Category: Self-Help
  • Language: English

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