Most humans like to push away difficult feelings, especially when those feelings lead you into emotions that derail your progress towards your goals. Dr. Joan Rosenberg, author of the Ease Your Anxiety: How to Gain Confidence, Emotional Strength and Inner Peace and three time TedX speaker, shares how to recognize uncomfortable thoughts and what to do so that they become catalysts for mindset breakthroughs.
Dr. Joan is a close personal friend of DrB and she is the only 3-peat guest on the show, and there is a reason why! She drops so many truth bombs and knowledge drops on every episode. She gets to the heart of what your hidden feelings that are blocking your success and teaches you to recognize those within 90 seconds then MOVE PAST THEM!
2 Part Series with Patricia Nelson of Heal Your Hunger, chatting about emotional mastery.
John Assaraf and Dr. Joan Rosenberg discuss how neuroscientists suggest that the biological lifespan of a feeling, often known first through bodily sensations, lasts approximately 90 seconds. Dr. Rosenberg teaches readers to be aware, consciously lean into, and balance these unpleasant emotions by riding one or more 90-second waves of the bodily sensations. By staying present to these 8 feelings, we cultivate the confidence that we can handle life’s challenges and the deep sense we can pursue whatever we want.
To learn how to master your difficult feelings as Dr. Rosenberg describes in her interview, buy her book ’90 Seconds To A Life You Love” here for under $20.
Can you believe it only takes 90 seconds? If you’ve ever been stung by the words of others and never allowed these wounds to heal, then this episode will teach you how to do that.
Dr. Tony Youn interviews Dr. Joan Rosenberg on his podcast Holistic Plastic Surgery Show.
This is an exceptional conversation Joan talks about the secret to happiness and confidence is gaining a skill of being with and moving towards our feelings. She shares the eight unpleasant feelings most of us try to avoid. Joan explains the self love and personal joy that comes from moving out of avoidance and towards those unpleasant feelings for full embrace and no longer being scared of them.