The Post-Pandemic Mental Comeback with Doug Keene, Ph.D.-Ep.30

Episode 30 June 09, 2021 00:31:41
The Post-Pandemic Mental Comeback with Doug Keene, Ph.D.-Ep.30
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Show Notes

Jason & Chris welcome Doug Keene, Ph.D., back to the show to discuss some of the mental health terms being published in articles throughout the pandemic, such as Languishing, Cocooning & Hypernesting.

 
Doug explains some misunderstood concepts about how emotions actually work, why the pandemic was so discombobulating for so many people, and some tips about making a strong mental comeback.
 
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