Worry, anger, stress, perfectionism, body image: if you feel it, we want to talk about it. This is a show for humans of all ages about the difficult emotions we all struggle with. We share research-based solutions for the greater mental wellness of your whole family. You’ll learn tools for improved mindfulness, communication, self-awareness, and we hope you’ll laugh with us along the way. Join hosts Ed Crasnick, a comedian and Emmy Award winning writer, and Renee Jain, positive psychology guru and the founder of GoZen!
Are we really supposed to celebrate our mistakes? Ed and Renee are here to pump the breaks on that runaway mistake-party. Check out this awesome episode for a quick course correction on the value of our errors.
And, we're back! In this season 2 premier, Ed and Renee return to the root of the show, anxiety, with some strategies for identifying its good, its bad, and its awesome. If you're wondering what on earth could be good, let alone 'awesome,' about such a difficult emotion, you're just a click away from learning. Support the show (https://gozen.com/dearanxiety/)
Ed and Renee break down the pains and pressures of popularity, explain how working to be popular might actually be a good thing, and offer tools to help kids navigate their emotions and find a place of belonging in any social structure.
This episode includes heartbreaking letters from parents with struggling children, success stories from listeners who are making positive changes, and new strategies for dealing with mental wellness challenges.
Renee recounts her battles with sleep, Ed ponders whether he's slept enough to be considered human, and together they share nine tools, strategies, and bits of wisdom to help you and your child when it comes to nighttime battles.
Mobile devices certainly have our attention, but at what cost? Learn why when it comes to technology, sometimes it's not about getting the right answers, but about asking ourselves the right questions.
Ed and Renee have experience battling depression, and they say that even if you haven’t yet found the ability to talk to another person, you can always start by talking back to the voice of depression itself.