What We Should Have Learned in School with Amy Leo
About This Show
Book smarts simply don't help when it comes to everyday issues of living such as: stress, anxiety, depression, loneliness, relationship problems, and even sometimes, money problems.
Tune in for a subtractive approach to psychology -- one that puts less on your mind, instead of adding more "to do's" to your already busy life.
Most Recent Episode
I Wish I Said This To Avicii
3 days ago
This month we have been focusing on sensations that typically accompany depression, particularly suicidal thoughts.
In this candid episode, Amy invites listeners to explore a broader perspective on this issue: one that affects everyone's life , whether they have grappled with depression before or not.
In this episode you will explore:
-The stigma around suicide: is it really a choice like we've been led to believe?
-Links between childhood experiences and the likelihood to experience depression
-Practical steps we can begin to take in our own lives to prevent suicide and heal depression
Note: There is no guarantee this conversation would have made a difference for Avicii. We will never know. Hopefully, it sparks a fire and curiosity within you.
Principle-based coaches, counselors, and communities:
-Amy Leo, www.amyleo.com
-Jeanne Catherine Gray, www.divineplay.com
-Denise Marie Gaber, www.denisemariegaber.com
-Dr. Dicken Bettinger, www.3principlesmentoring.com
-Psychiatrist Dr. Bill Pettit, MD & Dr. Linda Pettit, https://thedrspettit.com/
-Research and provider list: www.3pgc.org
-Exquisite Mind by Terry Rubenstein, https://www.amazon.com/Exquisite-Mind-Principles-Transformed-Transform/dp/1780929544
-There is Nothing Wrong with You or The Depression Book by Cheri Huber (Cheri tried to take her life in her early 20's, but miraculously survived).