Welcome to psychology for the rest of us. Host Dr. Monica Johnson takes the science of psychology and makes it both entertaining and relatable. Using a sympathetic ear and evidence-based research, she explains the ‘why’ behind emotions like joy, anger, fear, trust, and anxiety, and helps you better understand the relationships you form with your friends, family, coworkers, and yourself. Seeking a healthier emotional life? It’s time to bring a trained psychologist and mental health expert alo ...
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Rosie Green is an award winning journalist and columnist who’s spent 20 writing about beauty, fashion, spas and health - as well as interviewing and styling countless celebrities. But she was blindsided when her marriage of 26 years broke down. Nothing prepared her for hitting what Rosie calls ‘rock bottom’ - nor for the response she got when she wrote about her breakup, and the devastation and heartache it left in it’s wake. She talks honestly and openly about how she managed to move forward - about the experts, books and advice that can help anyone who’s experienced a split to feel better and less alone. Her mission now, she says, is to share: “everything you need to create a truly arse-kicking plan b.” Here, Rosie and Helen talk about:
- ‘Missing a pride chip’
- Losing our gut instinct and how to get it back
- Gaslighting, abandonment, and history repeating itself
- Antidepressants and rebuilding a life
- How as journalists we get to ask the burning questions
- Tackling the ‘jobs laced with hurt’ post heartbreak
- Being brave (and how we’re all braver with a good ‘team’)
- How calm seas do not a good sailor make
- In praise of having a wild time in our 20s