The well-ordered life is often motivated by fear, public opinion and doing the right thing. Instead when we allow our deepest convictions to inform our day-to-day activities, we find ourselves well-ordered, courageous and more satisfied than breaking the rules could ever be.
Shelly interviews Marty about his experiences as a psychiatrist. Marty shares his surprising view on medication, mental health, science vs. religion and how he stays emotionally healthy enough to do his job. Shelly elaborates on what being married to a psychiatrist is really like.
More often, the process of emotional growth involves dumping dead weight as opposed to finding the holy grail. Find out more on this episode of THC.
Our own unresolved internal contradictions seem to create within us a tendency to label others. This can be destructive to society and relationships. A better understanding of who we are and how we all defy categorization helps us better understand one another.
Join Kate Bell LMFT, Ian Kearns LMFT and Marty Carpenter MD for this peaceful discussion of anxiety and its many forms. We tackle the biological, psychological and metaphysical perspectives and share our trade secrets and favorite interventions for addressing the struggle of anxiety common to many.
Fran tells the story of her personal spiritual journey and how it led to her passion for litany. Fran and Marty discuss what litanies are and how they might be used in an intentional way to enrich one's experience of prayer and also as a weapon against anxiety and fear.