Topics We Explored:
- How the feeling of overwhelm can look different from person to person
- Why it’s so important to identify the root cause of our symptoms, rather than simply treating the surface issues
- Why overwhelm can come from the stories that we tell ourselves and not what’s actually happening
- What you can do to keep from feeling overwhelmed when making decisions
- Why it’s so important to prioritize self-care, and realize that finding the right type of self-care for you may be a bit of an experiment to come up with the best solution
“You can have this eye on what you want to create in the next six months or so, but ultimately it’s about what is most important right now in order to get you where you want to be.” – Dr. Samantha Brody (Tweet this.)
Links and Resources Mentioned in This Episode:
- Dr. Samantha Brody
- Overcoming Overwhelm by Dr. Samantha Brody
- Values Exercise from Overcoming Overwhelm
- Sample Chapter from Overcoming Overwhelm
About Dr. Samantha Brody:
Dr. Samantha Brody is a licensed naturopathic physician and acupuncturist, and the founder of Evergreen Natural Health Center in Portland, OR.
For decades in her private practice and virtual consulting business, Dr. Samantha has helped people to transform their lives with her innovative, personalized approach. Her new book, Overcoming Overwhelm: Dismantling Stress from the Inside Out, outlines the same tested tools and guidance she’s implemented with her patients and clients, to experience the freedom of better health, greater resilience, and peace of mind.
Dr. Samantha writes for a variety of publications and has been quoted extensively in books and media outlets including the Los Angeles Times, Wall Street Journal, HuffPost, and Shape. You can find her online at www.DrSamantha.com and on social @drsamanthand.
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