No.1 Neuroscientist: Stress Leaks Through Skin, Is Contagious & Gives You Belly Fat!- Dr. Tara Swart

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    If you enjoy hearing about neuroscience and the power of the brain, I recommend listening to my conversation with Dr. Tali Sharot: • No.1 Neuroscientist: A...
    0:00 Dr Tara Swart - Neuroscientist on how your brain influences your health, relationships and well-being.
    02:06 💼 How to improve my brain health?
    13:04 🩸 How to lose stomach fat
    16:03 👥 The affect stress has on women
    24:00 🛌 How to improve memory
    25:52 🧠 How to prevent Alzheimer's and Parkinson’s
    30:28 👩‍❤️‍👨 Key things for a better relationship
    38:04 🧠 How does intuition works & why you should always follow it
    44:11 🧠 How did the pandemic affect our stress levels & mental health?
    46:32 🌿 Why nature is really important for your health
    47:13 🤝 How to find your purpose & why its vital for your mental health
    01:00:01 🧠 What is neuroplasticity & why you should learn everything about it
    01:07:04 🧠 How to stop my bad habits
    01:10:11 🧬 How do I cope with trauma?
    01:16:02 🤰 Can stress affect pregnancy?
    01:23:45 🧠 How does neuroplasticity works?
    01:27:12 🏋️‍♂️ How do I improve my memory?
    01:30:01 🍇 What is the best diet?
    01:30:55 🧠 What is the importance of neuroplasticity?
    01:34:15 💬 How does what I say affect my brain?
    01:39:12 👫 Qualities to look for in a partner
    01:44:23 🧠 How is ADHD and autism diagnosed?
    01:53:20 🗣️ How does what I say affect my behaviour?
    01:58:32 🙏 How does visualisation work?
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@TheDiaryOfACEO +2353
@TheDiaryOfACEO

Thank you Tara for sharing your story with us. If you enjoyed this conversation could you do us a favour and HIT that like button on the video! Helps us a lot ❤ share your favourite part of the convo below 👇🏾

5 месяцев назад
@batzmaru2010
@batzmaru2010

where the f*ck are the bookmarks????? Are you getting lazy with 3.39 mln subs.????????? 😉

5 месяцев назад
@EddieExplores +35
@EddieExplores

Can anyone give me advice on how to make better YouTube videos?

5 месяцев назад
@user-rr1jw9cz1u +38
@user-rr1jw9cz1u

Done ! Amazing guest. I really appreciate your follow up questions! They are natural & necessary! Thank you!!!

5 месяцев назад
@gloriajonsson7668 +18
@gloriajonsson7668

Great interview!!! I’m happy that you are learning Portuguese. I’m from Rio de Janeiro but living in Sweden. If you need any help…I’m here😊 By the way… I love your channel!!👏🏻👏🏻💕

5 месяцев назад
@johnowens5342 +27
@johnowens5342

I listen to Jordan Peterson, Triggernomatry, PBD, and others. Your content is great, and I have enjoyed your videos as well.

5 месяцев назад
@carmenburnham1088 +13030
@carmenburnham1088

I have always needed 8 hours sleep. Also, In 42 years of marriage my husband and I never slept apart. I strongly believe in couples sleeping together. I never had a problem getting a full night’s sleep all my life until he passed away 5 years ago. . Now I realize listening to this broadcast that it has to do with cortisol levels because of my husband no longer being with me. Not having him here has been stressful for me. I miss him terribly. His passing has been the most challenging circumstance I have ever gone through. We loved each other very deeply. I still love him. I am getting better and I know this is all apart of the grief journey. Blessings and peace to all who are on this journey of grief and to all who aren’t as well. We all need peace. ❤️

5 месяцев назад
@wildonez3076 +974
@wildonez3076

It's so beautiful to to know that a love like that could still exist!!

5 месяцев назад
@mariahatthemoment +634
@mariahatthemoment

My condolences, I hope you find solace, comfort and rest in this new chapter 💕.

5 месяцев назад
@M.Sid9.3 +213
@M.Sid9.3

What was the keys to your beautiful marriage?

5 месяцев назад
@carmenburnham1088
@carmenburnham1088

@@wildonez3076 thank you so much. How kind of you. We really worked hard at our marriage but it was true love. We were crazy for each other. My husband was an extraordinary man.

5 месяцев назад
@carmenburnham1088 +226
@carmenburnham1088

@@mariahatthemoment gosh! How dear of you to say that. Thank you. Blessings ❤️

5 месяцев назад
@gregm55mullen62 +296
@gregm55mullen62

My mother died from COPD. After she died I researched and came across an article on a medical website that said chronic stress can harden the tissues in the lungs leading to permanent damage. And she was so stressed much of the time. I also realised later how lonely she must have felt due to one circumstance and another. 😢 I do believe that loneliness leads to a constant state of what I would call “Quiet Stress”. Just a personal thought.

Месяц назад
@ltcarlston +19
@ltcarlston

I am sorry to hear of your mother. I wish you healing and love. ❤🙏🏾

Месяц назад
@gregm55mullen62 +4
@gregm55mullen62

@@ltcarlston Thank you very much.

Месяц назад
@belleccino +3
@belleccino

thank you for this! i will try my best to look after my mother

Месяц назад
@davidgammon4934 +3
@davidgammon4934

I think that’s why all the nicest people die. Or so many say about dead friends.

Месяц назад
@jill-of-all-trades +5
@jill-of-all-trades

It’s sad to read you found out too late to help your mother not be so lonely. Is your father still around? Your grandparents? Other relatives? Close friends? How have you changed your routine/life to help them not feel so lonely? Don’t let your newfound knowledge go to waste.

Месяц назад
@HeatherBeene +505
@HeatherBeene

This was an amazing interview and the best 2 hours I’ve spent on YouTube in years. She is clearly brilliant and he is a wonderful interviewer. Well done.

Месяц назад
@nicholagrady2403 +2
@nicholagrady2403

Same ❤️

Месяц назад
@jill-of-all-trades
@jill-of-all-trades

Brilliant and sexiest when “ guhlz” work in offices and not women.

Месяц назад
@jill-of-all-trades
@jill-of-all-trades

Brilliant and sexist when “ guhlz” work in offices and not women.

Месяц назад
@busraok6823
@busraok6823

Same ♥️

Месяц назад
@abdumuminkhan8268 +2
@abdumuminkhan8268

she made many a claim which were not strongly supported by scientific research... be careful what you believe

26 дней назад
@user-qe3th8jp3e +96
@user-qe3th8jp3e

Steve, I consume copious amounts of YouTube content, and this is the first time I've subscribed to a channel. Your guest curation is second to none, I'm constantly blown away by their insights and I can't thank you enough for asking these questions we are all thinking. Please keep up the great work and thank you!

Месяц назад
@cutrenitadewi1244
@cutrenitadewi1244

😊

25 дней назад
@lou887
@lou887

*by her insight. Dr. Tara Swart, her.

20 дней назад
@kittyvine823 +34
@kittyvine823

I would love to hear her speak to addiction. The changes in the brain when drinking stops, the pathways. Recovery of the brain.

18 дней назад
@Joy.1111 +29
@Joy.1111

Saying I’m safe. Yes that’s so powerful in my life.

16 дней назад
@nicholnunn8074 +1637
@nicholnunn8074

I’ve had chronic fatigue from past illnesses and every day I would wake up and throughout the day repeat things like “I’m so tired”, “I’m exhausted”. Then one day I decided I was going to stop telling myself that. I couldn’t bring myself to say something like “I feel well rested” but instead would say things like “I’m ready to get this day going”. It has really improved how I feel.

4 месяца назад
@KalinaAngell +72
@KalinaAngell

Thank you for sharing this! 🙏🏻❤ I've dealt with chronic fatigue since my preteens and I am going to use your technique. Thank you again. ❤

4 месяца назад
@MzCR73 +43
@MzCR73

Power of suggestion ❤

4 месяца назад
@victorallright2331 +26
@victorallright2331

This is amasing. Hope you tested yourself for irons, thyroids , etc

4 месяца назад
@thePapermino +8
@thePapermino

Thank you for sharing

4 месяца назад
@balwinderkaur2061 +10
@balwinderkaur2061

Thanks for sharing

4 месяца назад
@hermannhesse4 +10
@hermannhesse4

I just stumbled upon this video, and if there’s any possibility that either the speaker or the interviewer may see this message, I just want to say thank you. Intelligent, though provoking content! Wholesome, nothing woke, or inflammatory. No virtue-signaling, no posturing, no propaganda…and a refreshing absence of ego from either of you. Simply a beautiful conversation between two earnest hearts. And as a bonus, I particularly loved that both of you spoke about and honored your partners. Simply beautiful. I learned a lot! Thank you

9 дней назад
@user-nr9kq6qr4l +87
@user-nr9kq6qr4l

I could listen to Tara all day, every day. Such a beautiful spirit and an intelligence. She has a talent of sharing her immense knowledge in a way that is easy to understand. Her beauty radiates from deep within. I would love to spend time in her presence. I am grateful for this episode :)

Месяц назад
@jill-of-all-trades
@jill-of-all-trades

Intelligent and sexiest when “ guhlz” work in offices and not women.

Месяц назад
@jill-of-all-trades
@jill-of-all-trades

Intelligent and sexist when “ guhlz” work in offices and not women.

Месяц назад
@nijaelsa +15
@nijaelsa

This is the real podcast. The one which pushes you to hear more and more at the same time allow you to take a pause and think about it. The Way Steven asks his doubts and curiosities so humbly makes me feel like Iam having a real time conversation with them at the same time. Felt so good❤️ And Steven your selection of Guests is just Incredible! Excited for more!

12 дней назад
@rubyredslip304 +1
@rubyredslip304

♥️

9 дней назад
@sushisuzanne99 +12
@sushisuzanne99

This is so fabulous!! As a nurse and an older, single mother I’ve struggled more with stress and lack of sleep than ever. It’s a horrible feeling. I’m aware and now I want to bring in more self love, nature and add healthy habits. I’ve used food to cope with stress as well as alcohol at times. I love that we have neuroplacticity! What a gift. I remember learning and discovering that we can regrow nerves and create new pathways. Gives me hope. She’s so informative and grounded. Well done with your questions and seeking to understand. Very helpful. Sending ❤.

10 дней назад
@MrCraggio +40
@MrCraggio

What a human being. How blessed must those who get the chance to repeatedly interact with someone like this actually feel, I can only imagine.

2 месяца назад
@jill-of-all-trades
@jill-of-all-trades

And sexist & agist when “guhlz” work in offices and not women.

Месяц назад
@carlstotts5707 +39
@carlstotts5707

Such a beautiful soul she is. Her wisdom and ability to articulate such profound wisdom. I'm now obsessed can't wait for her podcast.

Месяц назад
@jill-of-all-trades
@jill-of-all-trades

Articulate and sexiest when “ guhlz” work in offices and not women.

Месяц назад
@jill-of-all-trades
@jill-of-all-trades

Beautiful and sexist when “ guhlz” work in offices and not women.

Месяц назад
@jill-of-all-trades
@jill-of-all-trades

Beautiful and sexist & agist when “guhlz” work in offices and not women.

Месяц назад
@girlhasitall +14
@girlhasitall

@1:36:20 I literally had to say to myself that "I'm safe, I'm safe", I had to use this affirmation about a month ago, when I found someone stealing money from my bag in the cupboard, in this new city where I have moved. I saved myself from getting into trauma by using affirmations, and handled the situation pretty well. The positive affirmation actually worked so well in keeping me calm while I took measures calmly to fix the situation and changed the locks on my cupboard and took other measures.

Месяц назад
@nicolecobber6003 +49
@nicolecobber6003

Dr Tara is so inspiring. I loved the question at the end,and the fact that she was willing to be vulnerable , shared to the world this deepest insecurity and traumas of hers. I’m so happy that I came across this channel today and I learnt so much from you and Dr Tara.

2 месяца назад
@busraok6823 +7
@busraok6823

What an absolutely wonderful conversation! I'm deeply touched; it's been a while since I've shed tears, to be honest. Tara's words, presence, and the way she spoke, coupled with the gentle gesture of stroking her hair – Steven, your questions were amazing. The synergy between you two was truly remarkable, and it was a pleasure to be part of this fascinating discussion about neuroscience and practical tips for daily life, which will undoubtedly be valuable, Tara. Thank you, thank you so much. Sending greetings and love from Berlin!

Месяц назад
@SKJzanzibar +12
@SKJzanzibar

The Body Keeps the Score ! Great program. Thanks to both of you ❤

Месяц назад
@AroseLove +825
@AroseLove

To the person reading this. Even though I don’t know you, I wish you the best life has to offer 🙏🏻🙌😊♥️

4 месяца назад
@dosplunder +17
@dosplunder

Same right back to you. ♥️🙏

4 месяца назад
@MsAngulu +8
@MsAngulu

Same ❤

4 месяца назад
@kristinapace +7
@kristinapace

Dito ❤

4 месяца назад
@simonetriesman9067 +10
@simonetriesman9067

Thank you so much, I wish you the same! ❤

4 месяца назад
@rossmith3379 +8
@rossmith3379

Back at ya 😊

4 месяца назад
@annaheya2109 +3
@annaheya2109

This is one of your many podcasts that I had watched to the full and enjoyed! Your guest is such a good communicator!

3 дня назад
@valeriebrown1140 +34
@valeriebrown1140

Wow this was awesome I finally feel validated!! You touched on a lot of subjects that I have had questions about but did not know where to find answers. A lot of great information. Thank universe for allowing me to find this podcast. And thank you for posting it.

17 дней назад
@TheDiaryOfACEO +1
@TheDiaryOfACEO

Hi, this is so incredible to hear!! Amazing. Thank you for sharing with us. Team DOAC ❤️

16 дней назад
@alexhawkhead +16
@alexhawkhead

What a brilliant interview – I think I have enough content to try and digest for the whole Christmas break. Love this, and love her. Thank you!

2 месяца назад
@myrasmith5889 +16
@myrasmith5889

Many years ago, had a video series by a psychologist who was instrumental in helping couples who were ready for divorce reconcile. These couples were in the hate stage...lawyer ready...mind made up totally for divorce. He went into depth HOW to communicate. Right brain. Left brain. How stories were good to express ones feelings. The most surprising thing he insisted upon was that these couples sleep naked with each other and hold one another. He said he brought couples back together against ALL odds. Your lovely guest spoke about importance of not sleeping alone. Bonding through shared bed. Very interesting. ❤

Месяц назад
@Allarryyll
@Allarryyll

Thank you for the insight.

25 дней назад
@jimmyjoseph1038 +1
@jimmyjoseph1038

Amazing! Do you have a name or any info on this?

12 дней назад
@krystalgrace6006 +11
@krystalgrace6006

Profound interview! I love how insightful and intuitive she is. Her reference to ingenious wisdom speaks volumes. One aspect the science continues to omit is the energetic bodies of a human. Yes, it is necessary to face the core of a trauma in order to transmute it but traumas are emotions and emotions are energies. The missing bridge that had been a catalyst to dissolve trauma was getting the Life Activation Healing. It works at a DNA level and can improve generational trauma. We all need more love and light. We all need a Life Activation. ❤

Месяц назад
@gillb9222 +892
@gillb9222

Listening to this it made me wonder what the world would be like if we taught our children how to manage their bodies and minds and emotions rather than some of the nonsense they get taught in school. A curriculum based on social skills, self care and resilience would change the world.

4 месяца назад
@almajimenez4683 +23
@almajimenez4683

I highly agree with you.

4 месяца назад
@rodrigo.gibson
@rodrigo.gibson

Agreed. However, the oligarchs and governments don't want people with healthy minds and bodies.

4 месяца назад
@Bronte866 +15
@Bronte866

That is a lovely sentiment and I fully agree with you.

4 месяца назад
@artymiss3707 +31
@artymiss3707

It would be Great if we could support this as a culture but as a parent one can and should take on this responsibility and not expect the school systems to do this work that begins at birth. I would support parenting and child development classes in school-- tho in the current political situation I'm certain some would attack that as well.

4 месяца назад
@gillb9222 +42
@gillb9222

@@artymiss3707 I agree that children should learn this at home too but there are two major problems with that in my view. Firstly so many parents barely get to see their children because they are having to be at work to pay the bills. Kids are basically having to go into institutions such as nurseries and schools almost from birth now. They get dropped off at 8 or 9 and picked up at 5 or 6 or even later sometimes and when they get home it's time for them to go to bed. At weekends parents are exhausted and have so many chores to do. Family time is so rare. That's no criticism of parents, I'm sure that they would love to be able to spend more time with their kids but society is making it so hard to do that. My second thought is, and this, again, is no disrespect to parents but we were never brought up to do that and many of us struggle to understand how to do it for ourselves (which is why so many of us are struggling so much). I include myself in that. We were never taught so how can we teach what we don't know and understand ourselves. We are flawed ourselves as adults and as parents, we are often hurting and damaged snd don't know how to fix it. If we could focus on teaching our children these skills then they can pass it on to their children as more skilled teachers and healthier parents. It make a few generations but what a difference it would make to society. If we are open to it we could even learn to pick up these skills and learn from our children as they learn. I know it's not a realistic thought and it will never happen, it's a totally 'snowflake' idea and society doesn't want us healthy because it doesn't fit what it requires of us and the people in power need to keep us just working and making money and paying taxes etc. But imagine ehat they world would be like if we we were healthier, happier, kinder, more secure and heartfelt human beings with children growing up the same way

4 месяца назад
@syoufu +1
@syoufu

Absolutely loved this conversation. Especially the part about habits, and mistresses in particular. The subject was handled with kindness and empathy, and was thought provoking. I deal with this topic in my work, and it was refreshing to hear. THANK YOU!

23 часа назад
@teamzands6712 +2
@teamzands6712

So powerful to recognize the deep impact that stress has and how it is so overlooked in our daily lives. Thank you for taking the time to speak to Dr. Swart and to bring this important awareness to light. Blessings!!

22 дня назад
@jt5792 +11
@jt5792

Super interesting! Thank you. Those from abusive, high stress family backgrounds know this all too well. The stress passes like contagion and loosing weight feels impossible until away from said dynamic.

Месяц назад
@SirenASMR_ +1
@SirenASMR_

💯

20 часов назад
@suzannimal +3
@suzannimal

I loved this episode. You can really feel the genuine warmth between Steven and a lot of his guests.

21 день назад
@avaceleste +2
@avaceleste

I love this woman. Please have her back!

8 дней назад
@mistersmisties +808
@mistersmisties

My parents both had terminal cancer. I wuit my job, moved states and moved in with them to be their caregiver. They died 13 months apart. I was with them nearly every minute of that time. Two weeks after their deaths I broke out in hives all over my body. I had never had hives in my life. I went to the doctor and he asked if I had been stressed. I told him what I had been doing and that I was actually the least stressed I had felt in two years. He said that now my mind and body could relax it was releasing all of the emotions and stress I had been suppressing while caring for my parents. The body/mind connection is real.

4 месяца назад
@marianneselkey3380 +52
@marianneselkey3380

My body broke out into hives after finalizing my divorce. This was many years ago, but the diagnosis makes sense. Sorry for ur loss.

4 месяца назад
@livinglifefullywithlove1328 +67
@livinglifefullywithlove1328

what a wise doctor. Not so many out there that know things like this.

4 месяца назад
@muzzie
@muzzie

@@marianneselkey3380Me, I was diagnosed wit an autoimmune. I am well now.

4 месяца назад
@prix205 +56
@prix205

Sorry for your loss . What a great Son or daughter you are .

4 месяца назад
@justawaitress8421 +41
@justawaitress8421

My condolences for your loss. You obviously loved them very much. What the doctor said to you was similar said to me when diagnosed with anxiety disorder. Dr said I was having a panic attack when I described what was happening to me and I didn't want to believe it "because nothing was going on" at the time the attacks occurred. I was relaxed and in class where I wanted to be or just driving my car in no "stress" at the time. But then he explained it didn't have to be happening at the time. It was a build up and symptom of stress at other times. And I was living in an abusive stressful situation, so, he was right. It's amazing what our minds and bodies are capable of for not just surviving but growing and healing as well 🙏

4 месяца назад
@sshoegirl30004 +3
@sshoegirl30004

His voice is so calming.

11 дней назад
@TBKrugerrands +3
@TBKrugerrands

By far the best I’ve seen for a long time. So much to take away from this … I’m 60 soon & will sit here telling myself I’ll soon be 40 ! Thank you.

Месяц назад
@thekindmystic +1
@thekindmystic

THE BESSSTTT VIDEO I HAVE EVER SPENT MY 2 HOURS ON... AND EVERY SECOND WAS WORTH IT👏👏👏💯

2 дня назад
@kevinholmstromsoldierof4tu584 +1
@kevinholmstromsoldierof4tu584

Dr. Tara conveys knowledge in such a way that allows you to fall in love with humanity again. In today's day and age that is much needed. Steve asks questions that convince you are not for ratings, subscriptions, or likes, rather genuine outreach for answers to better himself and that is an honesty rarely seen in, again, "today's day and age" Thank you both for being YOU. The world needs more of you BOTH! I truly feel as if this podcast was an epiphany in my life.

6 дней назад
@lou887 +12
@lou887

I could listen to Dr. Tara Swart all day.

20 дней назад
@Speeeeed +402
@Speeeeed

What I like about this show and especially Steven Bartlett is that he gives the guests a chance to speak without interrupting them. It's like a breath of fresh air.

4 месяца назад
@drwellbeing2023 +12
@drwellbeing2023

Unlike Jay shetty who uses famous guests to big himself up constantly interrupting guests but this guy here is fab 👍🏽

4 месяца назад
@staywellandstrong4199 +17
@staywellandstrong4199

I, too, appreciate the host's gracious and generous gift of space, acknowledgement, and offering up silence ~ in order to foster contemplation, as well as enabling guest participants to truly connect with the host's audience.

4 месяца назад
@18_rabbit +7
@18_rabbit

@@staywellandstrong4199 indeed! He is a phenomenal interviewer, bar none on youtube. Just noticed he mentioned Dragon's Den, which i think i saw on a TV listing so perhaps he is on a tv show to boot.!

4 месяца назад
@jewleneb8970 +2
@jewleneb8970

I like that too. ❤❤

4 месяца назад
@MalkuthEmperor +2
@MalkuthEmperor

Anyone who sais " toxins" seriously as if its science, maybe theyre grifting ...althought she surely is, i will explain if youre curious, im too tired atm Have a good day ( just wanted to write my observation somewhare)

4 месяца назад
@LS-hk6yt +1
@LS-hk6yt

This channel is so refreshing, as someone who most of the time watches entertainment videos mostly short YouTube videos constantly, this is a refreshing channel.

29 дней назад
@Smile_-jq5kw +2
@Smile_-jq5kw

The whole podcast was a so amazing and intellectual on so many different levels. I loved it how both of you talked about various topics and interlinked them with each other spritually, mentally and scientifically. It was so calming and informative at the point. EXCELLENT !!

Месяц назад
@MrGazhay +1
@MrGazhay

How wonderful is Dr Tara Swart, brilliant podcast! 👏👏

9 дней назад
@anneglossop9682 +1
@anneglossop9682

What a gracious lady. Thank you for excellent interview

Месяц назад
@proctorviola5
@proctorviola5

I love this Dr Tara Swart is so intelligent and you ask all the right questions.

4 дня назад
@joshhushed5890 +1464
@joshhushed5890

Every crash/collapse brings with it an equivalent market chance if you are early informed and equipped, I've seen folks amass up to $1m amid crisis, and even pull it off easily in a favorable economy. Unequivocally, the bubble/ collapse is getting somebody somewhere rich

4 месяца назад
@nathanlindaray9801 +1
@nathanlindaray9801

I do not disagree, there are strategies that could be put in place for solid gains regardless of economy or mark condition, but such execution are usuallv carried out by investment experts or advisors with experience since the 08' crash

4 месяца назад
@genavazquez2943 +1
@genavazquez2943

The issue is most people have the " want to do it myself mentality" but not equipped enough for a crash, hence get burnt, no offense. In general, invt-advisors are ideal reps for investing jobs, and at firsthand encounter, since Jan. 2020, amidst covid outbreak, my portfolio has yielded nearly 300%, summing up to 7-figure as of today.💡

4 месяца назад
@Stella34065 +1
@Stella34065

this is huge! think you can point me towards the direction of your advisor? been looking at advisory management myself.. seeking ways to invest and make more money with the uncertainty in the economy

4 месяца назад
@genavazquez2943 +1
@genavazquez2943

John Desmond Heppolette is the advisor that oversees my portfolio. He's been able to gain some reputation and online recognition with over two decades in service, so it shouldn't be a hassle to find basic info.

4 месяца назад
@Stella34065 +1
@Stella34065

Thanks for sharing, I just looked him up on the web and I would say he really has an impressive background in investing. I will write him an e-mail shortly.

4 месяца назад
@user-cs1he7dy4l
@user-cs1he7dy4l

What an amazing, impactful conversation- thank you for your determination to learn and your willingness to share and allow the rest of us to listen in!

11 дней назад
@beatamichalska6220
@beatamichalska6220

It is very vital conversation to me. I've started my online profiles just 2 years ago and I decide to give important content for my viewers. I've learned a lot, not only from your guest but from the structure of this interview. Thank you.

5 дней назад
@SusanDesigns +2
@SusanDesigns

This was truly incredible, thank you both. All of your guests are amazing, and perfectly respond to your inquisitive line of questioning that gets to the deepest aspects of each topic. Bravo! ✨

Месяц назад
@miyannaable
@miyannaable

Definitely happy to subscribe - I love the calm layout of the space and the manner in which you articulate - subbed.

Час назад
@VeganBalaclava
@VeganBalaclava

I love this woman! I can just hear her talk all day

18 дней назад
@jacques42 +5119
@jacques42

00:26 😰 Stress is contagious as cortisol, the main stress hormone, can leak from one person's sweat and affect others. 01:21 🧠 Our brains continue to grow and change from 25 to 65, improving higher functions like emotional regulation, problem-solving, and bias control. 03:19 💼 CEOs' stress levels can have a significant impact on their organization, and managing stress is crucial for leadership. 13:18 🤰 Hormones like cortisol and sex steroids can affect individuals' physiological responses and interpersonal dynamics, including menstrual synchronization and stress contagion. 22:08 💪 Physical exercise can help reduce stress by sweating out excess cortisol from the body. 22:21 📝 Managing stress involves strategies like aerobic exercise and journaling to reduce cortisol and negative thoughts associated with stress. 24:00 📝 Quality sleep is crucial for the brain's health and managing stress levels. Ideally, 8 hours and 15 minutes in bed is recommended for most people. 25:52 📝 The brain has a glymphatic system that actively cleanses toxins during sleep, taking 7 to 8 hours. Sleeping on your side is recommended for this process. 30:28 📝 Co-sleeping or sleeping together can promote bonding, warmth, and the release of oxytocin, enhancing emotional connections. 37:52 📝 Intuition is the result of stored wisdom and experiences in your nervous system, and it may be more readily acknowledged by women, though both men and women possess it. 44:11 🧠 Understanding Pandemic Impact: The psychological effects of the pandemic, such as isolation and loss, have not been fully acknowledged or planned for, and their long-term consequences are not well understood. 46:32 🌿 Nature's Healing: Spending time in nature has positive effects on physical and mental health, and it's essential to make time for it even as we return to our old routines. 47:27 💖 Purpose Beyond Self: Having a purpose that transcends personal gain, like volunteering or helping others, is crucial for mental health and overall well-being. 52:05 🧐 Neuro-Aesthetics: Incorporating creative activities and aesthetics into daily life, like art, music, and nature, has a profound impact on mental health, physical health, and longevity. 53:16 🔄 Embracing Ancient Wisdom: The solutions to our current challenges may lie in the timeless wisdom of our ancestors, making it unnecessary to reinvent the wheel. 01:07:04 🧠 Understanding beliefs: To address behaviors, it's crucial to dig below thoughts into the beliefs that underlie them. 01:07:48 📝 Deliberate practice: Changing behavior involves deliberate practice, replacing old habits with new ones through consistent effort. 01:09:56 💪 Three steps to change: Recognize patterns, understand consequences, and set intentions for who you want to become. 01:12:44 🧬 Generational trauma and epigenetics: Trauma can affect gene expression, but resilience and healing are possible through understanding and effort. 01:26:57 🏋️‍♂️ Neuroplasticity and exercise: Aerobic exercise can accelerate neurogenesis, benefiting memory and cognitive function. Weight training has different brain-related effects. 01:28:17 🧠 Visualization can lead to muscle growth, demonstrating the power of our thoughts in shaping our bodies. 01:30:01 🍇 Opt for darker-skinned foods like black beans, blueberries, and dark chocolate, as they contain antioxidants (anthocyanins) beneficial for brain health. 01:31:10 💤 Create conditions for neuroplasticity by getting enough sleep, being physically active, managing stress, and maintaining hydration. 01:33:32 🧠 Building self-esteem and confidence involves identifying negative thoughts, creating positive affirmations, and changing your inner narrative. 01:39:26 🧩 Neurodiversity encompasses a range of brain differences, and the increase in diagnoses may be due to better recognition and adaptation to the changing world. 01:49:26 🧠 Our thoughts and perceptions can have a significant impact on our physical health and well-being. 01:50:35 📏 Posture and musculoskeletal coordination can improve when individuals change their behavior to match a younger age, as shown in a study with octogenarians. 01:53:20 🗣️ The words we use can significantly affect our behavior, as seen in an experiment with medical students who walked more slowly when exposed to words associated with retirement. 01:57:38 🧘 Visualizing and expressing gratitude for your desired outcomes can shift your brain from a fear state to a trust state, facilitating personal change. 02:00:33 🎭 Overcoming limiting beliefs, especially those imposed by others, can lead to embracing one's creativity and potential for personal growth.

4 месяца назад
@Koren_Bell +200
@Koren_Bell

thank you for this!! It helps to get to the parts I need to hear most right now until I get the time to watch it fully in the next week or so (fingers crossed 🤞🏻 lol) Much appreciated❤

4 месяца назад
@carlozeven9438 +52
@carlozeven9438

Nice! Tks

4 месяца назад
@benazirajmal1908 +72
@benazirajmal1908

Thank you so much for this 😊

4 месяца назад
@blewdraaz1057 +44
@blewdraaz1057

Thank you❤

4 месяца назад
@8_x_9. +46
@8_x_9.

Thank you kindly 🙏 🎉😂❤.

4 месяца назад
@VokeVideo +1
@VokeVideo

Ah, wow, now this is some beautiful content from some quality humans. Great energy between you as well. Thank you. It added value to my life.

55 минут назад
@VokeVideo
@VokeVideo

PS I've just been through psychadelic therapies with Psillocybin and Ketamine and it's absolutely changed my life, and this kind of content is paramount for my integration. Did I say thank you? Thankyou again! ❤

53 минуты назад
@celt_downunder
@celt_downunder

This is one of the best YouTube videos I’ve seen. Much of it seems like common sense but Dr Tara never misses a beat on any question. You make a great pair. Thank you so much nice to be reprompted with these impactful notions.

Месяц назад
@mariajoaocarvalhoareias8350 +2
@mariajoaocarvalhoareias8350

Amazing way to explain all the symptoms thank you 🙏brilliant Dr Tara Swart and Steven I always enjoy your videos the interview is done also so well thank you 🙏 Stay blessed both of you Love and light always 💞🙏

Месяц назад
@crazyham
@crazyham

My God, I am loving this 🙏 She is Brilliant ♥️

День назад
@AwakenUs-1977
@AwakenUs-1977

This has hands down has shed more light on my own findings and things that I've observed through my years.

2 дня назад
@JadesFitnessBucketList +648
@JadesFitnessBucketList

Sleeping apart had been the BEST thing I could have ever done in my relationship. I always felt I was strange for not liking sleeping with a partner and suffered in silence for too long. I soon grew resentful of previous partners who would wake me up rolling around or breathing etc beside me. Of course I liked cuddling etc but when it came to sleep it was a definite no no. I feel closer than ever to my partner now that we don’t sleep in the same bed and I can actually get some good rest and enjoy my life feeling rested and awake in the day. I mention this not saying ‘I’m right, she’s wrong’ but to remind people some things don’t work for everyone. A credited doctor should know better than to talk in such harsh absolutes. Within our evolution and what’s ‘best’ for humans there are invariably a cohort of us who definitely do not thrive with this. I for one would be extremely miserable being forced to attempt to sleep beside a partner long term, no matter how much we loved each other, if I meant I always felt miserable and sad from lack of sleep.

4 месяца назад
@sagethistledesign4926 +112
@sagethistledesign4926

Yep, we finally decided to prioritize what's best for us rather than conforming to societal norms. What irks me is that the media is calling it 'sleep divorce'—seriously, what the heck? We're happier, friskier, and more well-rested now that we have two rooms to choose from for snuggling etc. I was miserable before; my hubby is a snorer and a twitcher, and he likes to go to bed early in total darkness. I prefer a lot of covers and a cold room, he is the opposite. Weve been married forever and will stay that way because we took this initiative.

4 месяца назад
@JadesFitnessBucketList
@JadesFitnessBucketList

@@sagethistledesign4926 yes I know there are many of us, a lot of my family and friends feel the same. I guess it’s not something you bring up in public unless you’re amongst close friends etc but I know so many couples now who sleep alone and are so much happier in their relationships. I wish more people knew they don’t have to put up with bad sleep, they don’t have to feel guilty for not liking sleeping beside their partner. Life is just so much better when I can choose when to hug, snuggle with my significant other, and knowing I can rest well alone when I feel like sleeping

4 месяца назад
@TheK7aloha +72
@TheK7aloha

Omg me too!!! I RELISH/LOVE sleeping alone! It’s my time! My ex use to tuck me in and I loved it! Unfortunately he lost his mind on 6/28/23 and strangled me to the point of almost passing out. I called the police immediately. We haven’t spoken in over 3 months now. He is always sick; mentally, emotionally, physically and spiritually. The few times I tried to sleep with him I didn’t sleep a wink and it was excruciating! Also, going through menopause there’s no way I could sleep with another human being! I’d literally kick them out of the bed! Lol. It’s simply too hot and too much energy! When I do sleep with someone I prefer a king size bed so at least there’s some room to not be touching! There are NO ABSOLUTES in the human experience!

4 месяца назад
@JayneTasker +80
@JayneTasker

Sleep with a snorer Dr

4 месяца назад
@jillymills1 +58
@jillymills1

I am exactly the same , sleep is so important and interrupting my sleep creates stress

4 месяца назад
@crazyham
@crazyham

Still Watching & I just love her insights more and more 🙏

День назад
@jorgemontalvo7581
@jorgemontalvo7581

Great episode. Love all the wisdom and knowledge that Dr. Tara Swart shared. Best episode ever for me. Congratulations to both of you. Thanks.

3 дня назад
@JasonMeads
@JasonMeads

I love this woman! I absolutely LOVE this woman! She is 100% right! I have been living like this for a little while now and I can attest she is telling the truth and everything she says & talks about is true!

4 дня назад
@gerardopaez7631
@gerardopaez7631

Thank you and I’m so grateful for this podcast. I’ve seen only a handful, but each one is adding value to my life.

7 дней назад
@Lannie0910
@Lannie0910

Blair, I adore you. Thank you so much for putting your vulnerabilities out there and for being you. You're so brave🩷🩵 highly respect and appreciate you💓

15 дней назад
@JR-ek4rp +366
@JR-ek4rp

Well I am so glad she got her MD and PHD because she is a very rare doctor who can make complex topics so easy to understand. And her words of wisdom give so much hope for healing and change.

3 месяца назад
@Twisted_Joke +4
@Twisted_Joke

It's bullshit. Completely untrue.

3 месяца назад
@vitaminhead1465 +9
@vitaminhead1465

I got more out of this than any other talk, must be the MD PHD combo she’s effortlessly smart

3 месяца назад
@Twisted_Joke
@Twisted_Joke

@@vitaminhead1465 No she's not. She's a fraud. There's NO EVIDENCE whatsoever for what she's saying. I'm a researcher. It's what I do. All day, every day. She's just making crap up. It's a common technique amongst con artists to say a bunch of things that are true and then slowly drift into the absurd. If this were true it'd be on world wide news. It isn't. She hasn't published any research because she didn't do any.

3 месяца назад
@atrxespi8735 +7
@atrxespi8735

@@Twisted_Jokeunbiased here but can you educate me on what’s bs about her. i’m genuinely curious & not trying to be a smartass. i just really enjoy learning about every side of the “fact” so i can look at info from a unbiased perspective

3 месяца назад
@LeCraftStudio
@LeCraftStudio

She's also a doctor that talks shit and can't read, unless she can and she is just a liar, idk what's worse

3 месяца назад
@olivialouise6247
@olivialouise6247

Wow, one of the most insightful podcasts i've listened to!! Please bring Tara back for more!!!!😃

Месяц назад
@jessigilligan +1
@jessigilligan

Such a great episode, you both have so much charisma! I've learned so much and gained so much motivation from this. Thank you!

Месяц назад
@ikelejiemmanuel655
@ikelejiemmanuel655

Dr Tara delivers the solutions hands on through critical thinking and advanced research. Changing habits can be a hassle but with persistent intention and drive, it'll be a doddle. Thank you doctor Swart. Steven is doing a fantastic job too on the podcast

Месяц назад
@quynhlai9324
@quynhlai9324

Absolutely love both of your experiences, incredible knowledge, to your charming personalities and also humbleness. Great episode!

5 дней назад
@Samuelburgessofficial
@Samuelburgessofficial

Tara speaks and articulates so well he matter of Stevens questions. Very informative, thank you.

Месяц назад
@niamhmckinney4027 +308
@niamhmckinney4027

Me and my husband have slept separately A LOT over the last few years because of his snoring and problems with insomnia (now resolved). We are closer than ever. Very bonded. Sleep is so important, especially with 5 kids, if you cannot sleep because of your husband's snoring, don't hesitate to sleep alone!! It's more important to just get the actual sleep! We cuddle lots whenever around each other, and snuggle up to watch movies together on the couch, that's the main thing

4 месяца назад
@lindachallenger1554 +15
@lindachallenger1554

Totally agree on that!

4 месяца назад
@alisonrosemorris2524 +9
@alisonrosemorris2524

Inclined bed therapy helps stop snorring.

4 месяца назад
@chetmyers7041 +9
@chetmyers7041

Has he been tested for sleep apnea? I have CPAP machine now and snore is gone.

4 месяца назад
@tootsywootsy6936 +9
@tootsywootsy6936

There are solutions. Start by taking him to a biological or holistic dentist make sure all metals are out of mouth, root canals out and start an Ayurvedic oral health and nasal routine. Mouth taping at night, air purifier in the room, xylitol spray last thing at night.

4 месяца назад
@Ktrussman +2
@Ktrussman

I sleep near my two sons most nights. My boyfriend and I sleep together one night usually and every weekend. I think its great but I have been told it's bad. It's fun to know the weekend is special and we are extra romantic. I do want him in the house, though. I think I would have a hard time falling asleep if he wasn't here.

4 месяца назад
@ruthfrewin9389
@ruthfrewin9389

What a delightful interaction between these two!

Месяц назад
@deyiid
@deyiid

One of the best podcasts ever. The content is so interesting that you just don't wanna miss a second of it.

Месяц назад
@janetewin4819 +1
@janetewin4819

I feel safe and I cook a nice meal, when I create a nice meal, and I feel the safest when I invite the people that I love to eat my meal! Other things like helping someone, being in nature, and have a positive connection to people makes me feel safe…❤

2 месяца назад
@AdamFraserTv
@AdamFraserTv

That was the best way to describe intuition I’ve ever heard . Thanks for that .

18 дней назад
@maxspears6030
@maxspears6030

As a new subscriber on another leg of my healing journey, I am grateful to find your channel today. ❤🙌🏾❤

2 месяца назад
@JaymeeKay +363
@JaymeeKay

It's crazy how every interview is ridiculously helpful. ❤

4 месяца назад
@woodworkingaspirations1720 +10
@woodworkingaspirations1720

And not enough time to listen. Feel like creating a 30 hour day.

4 месяца назад
@ceterisparibus8966 +1
@ceterisparibus8966

What was helpful about it?

4 месяца назад
@JenniferStormyWeather +2
@JenniferStormyWeather

Right?!

4 месяца назад
@jamesflaherty9250 +2
@jamesflaherty9250

​@@ceterisparibus8966watching you troll the CEO

4 месяца назад
@Shirley-kp9hi
@Shirley-kp9hi

They are so ridiculously full of bull shit.

4 месяца назад
@AwakenUs-1977 +1
@AwakenUs-1977

Finally the evidence to back up My own journey!! 100% true. The mind is sooo powerful as I've found out. And much easier than we think to correct neurodefiency or damage to executive functions! I'm a 20±yr opiate addiction survivor among other drugs. I also have severe adhd. I been able to start correcting myself to the point my IQ increased drastically to the the point my wife is amazed at the outcome! I'm on a regiment of nootropics and supplements along with fasting and lots of dailey exercise. Almost all issues we have are curable with natural avenues. Also this is one of my favorite channels. I relate to such here. Love it. ❤️

2 дня назад
@zoeweis7839
@zoeweis7839

Thank you for the honest humility that generates the effectiveness of this podcast... Helps us modern humans! Responsible, Honorable and Comforting! Let me add Inspiring! Thank you all for your work, personally and public. Love you.

3 дня назад
@lifeintheseam8083 +1
@lifeintheseam8083

This is fast becoming my favourte podcast.

2 месяца назад
@rebeccashifflet8843 +2
@rebeccashifflet8843

Such a great podcast! learned so much! Thanks 😊 keep up the good work! 👏👏

Месяц назад
@conservativecoffee7121
@conservativecoffee7121

I totally understand and have experienced the sleep pattern she's speaking about. It didnt matter how many times my children woke up in the middle of the night.... I felt happy and well restored throughout the day

13 дней назад
@RuthinaLynnBrown-ks1li +412
@RuthinaLynnBrown-ks1li

I feel so honored and privileged to have found this podcast. When one is ready, a Teacher comes forth.

2 месяца назад
@ptd-up9ke +12
@ptd-up9ke

That was poetic

2 месяца назад
@lisah9709 +6
@lisah9709

And true💯

2 месяца назад
@michellederoubaix6186
@michellederoubaix6186

So true@@lisah9709

2 месяца назад
@Riahcain
@Riahcain

Me too!

2 месяца назад
@ncb6487 +29
@ncb6487

'What's an oxygenarian?' I love how, if you don't know something that others might, you ask. You are incredibly intelligent and articulate and the fact that you don't allow any question to inhibit your understanding, allows the rest of us that same grace and space to learn.

Месяц назад
@angel794 +1
@angel794

It's octagenarian, meaning a person in their 80s.

17 дней назад
@ncb6487 +1
@ncb6487

@@angel794 I know what it means. I'm impressed that he didn't and asked. Most people would hide not knowing.

17 дней назад
@learnwithleopoldo7901
@learnwithleopoldo7901

This has been the most valueable information I have ever been given.

12 дней назад
@MarcelGodfrey
@MarcelGodfrey

Wow! One of the best podcasts I’ve ever watched & listen to…🕊️

Месяц назад
@luisacordero4001
@luisacordero4001

She is creative alright! Thank you for this channel. I subscribed after listening to you do such an exceptional job interviewing. Keep it up. It’s changing lives!

День назад
@lizacraft7232
@lizacraft7232

This video is 2+ hours long but it took me almost 3 to finish it cos I had to play back a few times to really grasp and understand and literally take down mental notes cos there are so many valuable information like nuggets of gold! One of the best podcast for sure! Amazing !!

17 дней назад
@KiwikimNZ +85
@KiwikimNZ

The best thing I ever did was sleep in the same bed as my babies, into childhood. I was mortified when my first born would not settle, he would cry until he vomited when I followed all the “advice” when trying to get a sleep routine ❤ I couldn’t stand the thought of him being distressed. My motherly instinct was extremely distressed upon seeing him like that and I realised that my instincts in relation to my children are right. I loved every minute of sharing a bed with my husband and two boys. I never drank and co slept and they were always safe. Now that they have left home, I’m blessed that I had those beautiful close years snuggling into my boys.

4 месяца назад
@interneteditor5258 +6
@interneteditor5258

My eldest is autistic (didn't know obviously when she was a baby). She liked feeding in bed but couldn't sleep with me, she doesn't like physical touch. My younger one was in my bed until she felt ready to leave - aged 11. I don't regret a thing.

4 месяца назад
@richardcarter9107 +5
@richardcarter9107

I used to love sleeping with my parents. They would read me stories and I remember my dad had one of those blankets that are always building up static electricity and after we'd turn off the lights he would rub it a bunch and then it would look like a lightning storm. I thought it was so cool. Then my younger brother came along and everyone said that I was eyeing his pacifier, but I had my own room the whole time. I would just start thinking and wondering what everyone was doing, because at that age your family is everybody. My little brothers crib was in my parents room and we'd all hang out before bedtime and I'd go to my room. There were so many times I would sneak into my parents room in the middle of the night with just a blanket and pillow and sleep on the floor beside my mom. I'm glad to have read this post, because it brought back really good memories. You both sound like great loving parents. Take care 🙏 ❤

4 месяца назад
@user-um9zk9nn7n +1
@user-um9zk9nn7n

Hi there Vincent, I just discovered your podcast a few weeks ago and it really helped me improve and develop myself. Thank you and your great guests for that. I am looking forward to watching all the episodes. There is one thing I would like to see in the podcast is a small recap of all the key point and advices of the episode at the end. Because the episodes are so long (which is something I really like) I sometimes drift off and forget what was said or spoken about in the first part of the episode. A small recap at the end of the key point could help along way in refreshing the memory and that would help the amazing content to stick longer and better. I hope you see this and I am looking forward to watching all the episodes. Thank you and wishing you all the best.

Месяц назад
@frikkieprinsloo211
@frikkieprinsloo211

I love your giggle! You are spot on with this reading. My work is grounded, but my personal life is all over the show... I need to work on being more grounded in this last area ❤

9 дней назад
@pwisss00
@pwisss00

I love how knowledgeable she is Grateful for ur videos

Месяц назад
@tee1224tee
@tee1224tee

Wow, what a great podcast… so informative. Thank you thank you

23 часа назад
@TieaseSmithLynofficial
@TieaseSmithLynofficial

She was amazing, and the questions were also amazing. def got a new subscriber here.

2 дня назад
@SusanMermaidStory +169
@SusanMermaidStory

For years, I’ve been telling people that stress is contagious, but didn’t have “science” to back me up. Thank you for this video!!

4 месяца назад
@Nay-ll3kb +3
@Nay-ll3kb

How'd y come to that conclusion

4 месяца назад
@Innerdiamond +7
@Innerdiamond

Yes...we all entrain with others in some way. For a happy person being around a chronically stressed person can become very detrimental weighting down a person into depression. All emotions have frequencies, high and low.

4 месяца назад
@marisolvicente35 +1
@marisolvicente35

Similar to when people say, you're stressing me out!

4 месяца назад
@melissaconroy2804 +6
@melissaconroy2804

The antidote to stress is faith.

4 месяца назад
@paullouis1803 +2
@paullouis1803

​@melissaconroy2804 ...note that 'appreciation is a biggie, too!

4 месяца назад
@SuiteTaBubyAkidah
@SuiteTaBubyAkidah

Phenomenal conversation as always.

5 дней назад
@jonniemccoy2882 +1
@jonniemccoy2882

Thank you so much for this information. I realized recently that I am in pretty bad shape mentally and physically and I am a Cortisol contender. I’ve got to make serious change or I’m not going to be around much longer. This won’t be easy for I forget so many things due to poor health and choices. Thanks again I learned a lot tonight 🌺.

7 дней назад
@Thepositivitypowerhouse
@Thepositivitypowerhouse

This is incredible, a really great listen as always. Your guests being so much knowledge. Keep up the good work

6 дней назад
@marshellewilson4377
@marshellewilson4377

My first time listening but this is very powerful and informative. Definitely, shed light and gave better perspective in alot of areas.

День назад
@dooshimastone +250
@dooshimastone

When she spoke about the importance of co-sleeping, I felt it. Because I sleep close to my husband I could sense when something was wrong with him and was able to wake up and eventually call the emergency services and help arrived in time to save his life.

4 месяца назад
@funstuffonthenet5573 +1
@funstuffonthenet5573

I am eager to cuddle my wife tonight after listening

4 месяца назад
@TheresaMueller +26
@TheresaMueller

Hopefully you let your babies and children also sleep with you, too? Because they are the vulnerable needy little humans. But most parents put their children away in a seperate room by themselves whereas they as grown up adults never sleep alone. I bet sudden childhood death could be prevented by not letting the little ones sleeping alone.

4 месяца назад
@funstuffonthenet5573 +5
@funstuffonthenet5573

@@TheresaMueller Our daughter always sleeps in the room with one of us. Never in the same bed of course though, because of the risk of SIDS. We just follow the doctor guidelines for safe sleep. That is one of my fears though, for them to suddenly pass unexpectedly. Don't think I could live with it

4 месяца назад
@margaretcantlon9960 +12
@margaretcantlon9960

​@@TheresaMueller What a Horrible Cruel thing to say about Sudden Infant Death! You obviously have never known a parent who has experienced this tragic loss.Their grief and guilt is 1:44:33 of SIDS. It could happen to any infant born with a Propensity for it. It is a Medical condition, and could happen to any infant regardless of where or with whom they are sleeping. Please only remark on what you Absolutely Medically have Full Knowledge of. Thank you.

4 месяца назад
@margaretcantlon9960 +3
@margaretcantlon9960

"Their grief and guilt is Incomprehensible

4 месяца назад
@AncaFit
@AncaFit

I like listening to Dr. Tara, she is wonderful and I "discovered " her at this podcast which I listen everyday while I work. It calms me and gives lot of interesting information.

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@francineodonnell2598

I'm so glad i found your content. 💜 Good stuff my guy.

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@melanybahl5166

What a great interview! And acknowledging that everyone have endless capacity if they put their hands and mind to it.

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@blizzardsportsireland5286

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