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Definitely. Not. Fine.
61 minutes | Mar 24, 2021
The Limits of CBT
May and Mark discuss the limits of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy.
90 minutes | Mar 6, 2021
In this episode May and Mark discuss the problems associated with relying solely on one's subjective "truth."
82 minutes | Feb 13, 2021
In this episode, May and Mark discuss the in's and out's of counselling. They also tackle to big question of whether it's okay for a Christian to seek help from a secular therapist. This episode will be helpful to anyone struggling to navigate the mental health system, as well as those who are hesitant to attend counselling for issues they're experiencing.
90 minutes | Jan 30, 2021
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
In this episode, May talks with Mark about Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). They discuss what it is, its benefits and practical applications.
61 minutes | Jan 16, 2021
Getting on the Same Page
In this episode, May talks with Mark about how to be on the same page as a couple. This episode is a continuation of the discussion about when to have kids.
53 minutes | Jan 2, 2021
When To Have Kids
May kicks off the new year by tackling a big question - When is the perfect time to have kids? Joined by her husband Mark, they dive deep into the thoughts and emotions tied to starting - or growing - one's family.
2 minutes | Dec 28, 2020
A little taste of what's to come for Season 2 of the Definitely. Not. Fine. podcast.
40 minutes | Aug 22, 2020
Grief: One Perspective
Grief is a hard one. In today's episode of the Definitely. Not. Fine. podcast, May discusses her own recent experience with grief and provides a clinical framework for how to move through the emotional experience of losing a loved one. #definitelynotfinepodcast
23 minutes | Aug 1, 2020
Do One New Thing Today
Big lifestyle changes - although flashy and exciting - just don't work long-term. Learn how to actually reach and, better yet, maintain your goals on today's episode of the Definitely. Not. Fine. podcast. #definitelynotfinepodcast
24 minutes | Jul 18, 2020
Failing At Life
Sometimes it's just hard to keep up with life's expectations. We all feel this way from time to time. May Saari discusses why this happens and what we can do about it in this episode of the Definitely. Not. Fine. podcast. #definitelynotfinepodcast
42 minutes | Jul 11, 2020
There are so many thoughts that run through our minds each day. Many of them go unnoticed and unchecked, allowing them to take root, gain power and influence our daily decisions (often not for the better). In this episode of the Definitely. Not. Fine. podcast, May Saari examines her own thoughts related to poor eating habits or overeating, and discusses how you can do the same. Anyone struggling to gain control of their eating will want to tune in to this one!
59 minutes | Jul 4, 2020
Bible Fellowship Church Podcast Interview
A special episode in which I discuss emotions with Pastor Jeremy on the Bible Fellowship Church podcast.
43 minutes | Jun 27, 2020
Permission to Feel Angry
As women we tend to ignore or push down our anger. Often we will even pretend or lie about how we feel, for fear that others won’t understand or that they’ll reject us. For far too long anger has been taboo for women to feel or talk about, which has led to shame, broken relationships, bitterness and unresolved resentments. In this episode of the Definitely. Not. Fine. podcast, May Saari candidly discusses her own difficulty with experiencing anger, as well as several common struggles that women have with this difficult emotion.
23 minutes | Jun 20, 2020
Relying on Substances: A Dangerous Way to Manage Emotions
There are no shortcuts when it comes to dealing with one's emotions; no fast and easy way around them, and no safe way to just "get rid of them." When we expect ourselves not to feel fear, anger, hurt or pain, we're setting ourselves up for at best, ongoing emotional instability, and at worst, an overdose. Join May Saari as she dives into the controversial topic of relying on substances for emotional management.
12 minutes | Jun 6, 2020
There is no excuse for choosing to hurt another person. At no point does one get permission to stop using their prosocial skills, and unleash their anger, fear, sadness or excitement on others. In this episode of the Definitely. Not. Fine. podcast, May Saari debunks the myth that prosocial skills have limits and discusses the importance of showing love and forgiveness to those who wrong us.
18 minutes | May 30, 2020
Violence: Inside Criminal Thinking
The violent killing of Mr. George Floyd has led to a lot of questions and anger over the treatment of minorities by those in authority. Unfortunately, what seems to have been left out of the conversation so far, is that there is so much more involved in the choice to use violence against another human being. In this episode of the Definitely. Not. Fine. podcast, host May Saari discusses how racism is just one piece of a much larger puzzle; a puzzle that starts with criminal thinking.
22 minutes | May 23, 2020
The ability to take on another’s perspective or pain is not automatic or innate. Our children’s ability to empathise with others is an invaluable skill that will not only help them make wise choices in life, but will help them better demonstrate God’s love to others. In today’s episode of the Definitely. Not. Fine. podcast, host May Saari lays out the groundwork for how to help our children develop this all important skill.
17 minutes | May 9, 2020
Participate in Life
It's far too easy to go through life on auto-pilot, living each day only just "to get through." When we do this we miss out on the extraordinary-ness of the everyday. If we instead choose to participate fully in the everyday moments, we might find our lives feeling less and less like the movie Groundhog Day, and more like a life we look forward to living each day.
18 minutes | May 2, 2020
This episode is all about anxiety - the good, the bad and everything in between.
25 minutes | Apr 25, 2020
May Saari debunks common emotional myths in today's episode of the Definitely. Not. Fine. podcast, and gives the skinny on fundamental emotion concepts.
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