We become a slave to our point when we argue to our detriment. In some cases, one's whole life is about gathering support for a point of view that keeps us from experiencing the best of what life has to offer.
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.
Founder of wildly successful handbag company, Bagolitas, describes the rise and fall of her business and the spiritual transformation that accompanied it. Janice discusses the emotional state of womankind today and the upcoming couples retreat she plans to host with psychiatrist and podcaster, Marty Carpenter.
Taking the matters of life into your own hands is like using your lighthouse as a storage unit.
How living less-than-honest is cramping your style.
My harrowing escape from cynicism while opening a psychiatric practice, raising three young children and enduring the end of an 18-year marriage.
Memories of medical school, marriage, making music, mistakes and much much more.
A tale about flyover country, a farm boy, faith and following your girlfriend to college.
Dr. Martin Carpenter sits down with licensed marriage and family therapists, Ian Kerns and Kate Bell to discuss breakups, toxic relationships, stale marriages and tips for how to improve your relationships.
Dr. Martin Carpenter sits down with licensed marriage and family therapists, Ian Kerns and Kate Bell to discuss breakups, toxic relationships, stale marriages and tips for how to make things better.
Here's why it just might turn out to be a good thing when everything you thought you knew comes crashing down. Dr. Carpenter elaborates on life stages and the emotional challenges common to most all of us. He describes what wisdom looks like and what happens as you age if you are not wise.
Dave opens up about his heroin addiction and the impact it has had on his life and his music. Warning: Contains adult language and themes.
The discussion continues about finding love, the nature of God, death and stories of memorable patient interactions.
Dr. Carpenter introduces us to his 90 year-old father, Wally Carpenter MD, a retired country doctor from rural Northwest Missouri. Wally Carpenter MD relates stories from his childhood, his schooling and from his years as a family physician.
Dr. Carpenter visits with Allison Fauchier, the wisest olive oil sales woman he knows, and mines her brain for wisdom on topics such as trusting the process of life, the influence of love, getting emotionally healthy and growing as a person.