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About Dr. B Dr. Cristi Bundukamara, Ed.D., PMHNP has been a psychiatric nurse practitioner since 2000, gaining extensive experience over the last several decades. Her medical career began as an Army Medic before attending nursing school and receiving a master’s degree as a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner at Florida International University (FIU). She went on to receive a doctorate in Education at Nova Southeastern University. From there, she launched the first Mentally STRONG Clinic in Colora ...
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Mental strength is the key to improving your mental health and living your best life. When you grow mentally stronger, you'll be able to overcome self-doubt, manage your emotions, and feel confident in your ability to reach your goals. Join Webby award-winning host Amy Morin, a psychotherapist and international best-selling author to learn the tools, tips, and strategies that will help you think, feel, and do your best in life. On Mondays, she interviews experts, authors, entrepreneurs, athl ...
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I'm Callum Sutherland and my goal is to thrive despite having Multiple Sclerosis. Join me on my journey and listen to inspirational people who are thriving and overcoming their obstacles tell their stories. I will interview experts in the medical field, fitness, nutrition, social connection, stress reduction, etc. seeking guidance to help us all live healthier and happier lives. Please send an email if you are interested in being on the Podcast or if you are interested in having me share my ...
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FREE CHOICE OPPORTUNITY DOWNLOAD: Feelings Log https://mailchi.mp/mentallystrong/feelingslog In this insightful episode of "Understanding and Conquering Depression," Dr. B shares invaluable guidance for navigating the complexities of depression. Emphasizing the personalized nature of this condition, Dr. B explores the biochemical, psychosocial, and…
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Do you ever feel bored or stuck in a rut? If so, you're not alone. It's easy to go through life on autopilot. But inventor, author, and Harvard professor Jeff Karp says it doesn't have to be that way. Jeff is a biomedical engineer who has invented many interesting things. He's also the author of a new book called LIT: Life Ignition Tools. Some of t…
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It's tough to find a therapist sometimes. The last thing you want to do when you're stressed out or battling a mental health issue is research how to find someone you can talk to. But if you just go with the first therapist you find, you might find they're not the best match for you. Research shows the number one factor that determines the effectiv…
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Kindness isn't a sign of weakness. It's a sign of strength. But too many people worry that they'll be taken advantage of or that they'll finish last if they're kind. James Rhee says kindness is what will help you succeed in life. James is a Harvard Law graduate, high school teacher, and private equity investor who was tasked with saving a women's c…
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Venting actually fuels anger and keeps you stuck in a negative mindset. But many people have bought into the idea that you have to vent your frustrations so you don't explode. Research shows there are much more effective ways to manage your anger. Some of the things I share are why venting is bad for your mental health, how to process your emotions…
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The way you think affects everything from the way you feel to the way you perform. It also affects your physical health. There's plenty of research that shows your thought patterns influence your body in some interesting ways. Dr. Josh Axe learned this firsthand when he was diagnosed with a serious illness. While he used to think nutrition could he…
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Do you dwell on the negative? If so, you're not alone. Our brains are hardwired to look for negative things in life so we will be aware of danger. But it's important for your mental health to also notice good things in life. And it's possible to do so without crossing the line into toxic positivity. Some of the things I share are why it's hard to l…
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It's well known that physical activity can improve your mental health. But how much exercise do you really need? What exercise is best for your psychological well-being? Can going for a walk really combat depression? Those are just some of the questions we'll cover with neurophysiologist Louisa Nicola. Louisa founded Neuro Athletics, a consulting f…
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FREE Choice Opportunity Worksheet Download: Evaluate Triggers https://mailchi.mp/fe589fc1af88/hh60s65nqp Drawing from personal experiences of grief, trauma, and injustice, Dr.B shares compelling insights into how triggers can affect individuals differently. By categorizing triggers based on their origins, such as grief, trauma, negative self-talk, …
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Mental health advice on social media can be downright dangerous. Research has shown that many of the tips and much of the advice on managing mental health just aren't credible, even though they are popular. So I decided to call out some of the most popular, yet awful advice I've seen being shared on social media lately. Here are 10 pieces of unheal…
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In this profoundly moving episode of "Heartstrings & Healing," Dr. B sits down with Suzanne, a woman navigating the complex waves of grief after the loss of her beloved mother. Set against the backdrop of her mother's final days in an English hospital, Suzanne shares a raw, intimate narrative of love, loss, and the tangled emotions that accompany s…
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While there's a lot of information about improving your physical health, there's much less information about improving your brain health. Improving your brain health isn't just about doing puzzles to improve your memory. There are lots of other ways to improve your brain health. Dr. Austin Perlmutter is a physician who studies brain health and deci…
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🔗🧠💪FREE E-BOOK - How to Be Mentally STRONG https://mailchi.mp/mentallystrong/howtobementallystrong Join Dr. B, a psychiatric nurse practitioner and grief expert, as she shares her personal journey and professional insights into the complex world of grief, hospice care, and the heart-wrenching experience of losing a spouse. 👨‍⚕️ From Expertise to Pe…
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Journaling provides a long list of mental health benefits. But staring at a blank page feels intimidating. Fortunately, the Three-Minute Mental Makeover prompts give you the structure you need. Research shows it's an effective, quick strategy that can reduce your stress fast. Some of the things I share are how this quick writing exercise helped doc…
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Dr. Faust Ruggiero : https://www.faustruggiero.com/ 🧠💪FREE E-BOOK - How to Be Mentally STRONG https://mailchi.mp/mentallystrong/howtobementallystrong Have you ever wondered what drives someone to dedicate their life to empowering others? Join Dr. B, your host, and guide on the path to self-discovery, as she sits down with the inspiring Dr. Faust Ru…
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Narcissists are everywhere. And whether your boss is a narcissist, or you're in a relationship with one, their behavior can take a toll on you if you're not prepared. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to stay mentally strong when they're trying to manipulate you, they're blaming you, and they're acting out. Dr. Ramani Durvasula is a license…
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re you tired of feeling overwhelmed and stressed? Dr. B shares practical strategies to declutter your mind, navigate emotional extremes, and transform your thinking into organized, empowering choices. Drawing from her own journey of overcoming grief and trauma, Dr. B provides valuable insights to help you embark on a lifelong path towards mental re…
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Mental toughness serves a purpose in some circumstances. A tough exterior can help you get through a crisis. But mental strength is what is really needed to grow, learn, and thrive in life. The two things are often confused. Some of the things I share today are the six key differences between mental strength and mental toughness, how to develop mor…
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Join us for a powerful and inspiring conversation with Kelli Reinhardt, founder of BCC Evolution, a nonprofit dedicated to mental health and suicide awareness. In this interview with Dr. B, Kelli shares her deeply personal journey of loss and grief after her sister's tragic suicide, and how she transformed her pain into a purposeful mission to help…
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Your memory and your mental health form a two-way street. Remembering only negative things can worsen your mental health. But poor mental health can also cause your brain to only focus on negative memories. Learning more about how your mind filters your memories could help you build mental strength. Dr. Charan Ranganath, a memory researcher at the …
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Whether you want to change an eating habit, or you're trying to change a relationship, there's a series of stages you're going to go through along the way. The stages don't necessarily happen in a nice, neat order, however. Progress rarely comes in a straight line. Understanding the stages of change can help you create and stick to change better. W…
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Narcissists and psychopaths are just a few examples of "pathological lovers." Their charm often lures people in and their partners often develop what's known as "trauma bonds." They're tough to escape, but once you do, the healing can begin. No one knows this better than Dr. Nadine Macaluso. She was married to the man known as "The Wolf of Wall Str…
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With remarkable vulnerability, Dr. B shares their journey towards healing, introducing the concept of "controlled grief" as a method of actively engaging with one's pain in a constructive manner. They offer insights into somatic practices and movement as transformative tools for releasing emotional burdens stored in the body. As the episode unfolds…
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Acting "as if" is a therapy strategy that helps people change their habits, their emotions, and their lives. It's a simple but effective way to start creating positive change right now. And the good news is, it works for many different problems. Some of the things I share are how "acting as if" works, what issues you can target, and what sort of re…
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James Altucher interviews Amy about what it's like to be a therapist, her experience becoming an author, and her newest book, 13 Things Mentally Strong Couples Don't Do. Links & Resources The James Altucher Show 13 Things Mentally Strong Couples Don't Do Offers From Our Sponsors Factor - Head to FACTORMEALS.com/mentallystronger50 and use code menta…
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Your career path and your mental strength are likely a two-way street. Creating a great career likely requires mental strength. But having a career that fits your lifestyle will also likely help you grow mentally stronger. That's why creating a career path that works for you is important. Scott Jeffrey Miller is the senior advisor on thought leader…
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Join Dr. B, as she delves into the complexities of inattention in her latest YouTube episode. In this insightful discussion, Dr. B addresses a concerning trend in clinical practice where individuals self-diagnose attention deficit disorder (ADD) or ADHD based on online assessments and seek stimulant medication treatment. Through personal anecdotes …
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Decision fatigue occurs when we become mentally exhausted from making numerous decisions throughout the day. As a result, we make poorer decisions because our brains are just too tired to think. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to prevent yourself from getting mentally exhausted. Here are five simple strategies that can prevent decision fa…
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Delve into Colonel Bob's remarkable journey spanning nearly 30 years of military service. From his commissioning during the Reagan era to deployments in various challenging environments, Colonel Bob shares insights into the values, camaraderie, and resilience that define the military experience. In this episode, Colonel Bob opens up about the evolu…
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It's easy to tell other people to seek help or take charge of their mental health, but much harder to take those steps when you need to do so for yourself. But struggles with your mental health don't mean you're mentally weak. Accomplished singer and songwriter Madeline Merlo has made it her mission to remove the stigma associated with mental healt…
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Our emotions get the best of us sometimes. Whether your anxiety affects your decisions or your anger causes you to do things you later regret, emotion regulation skills can help you gain better control over your feelings. You don't have to be happy all the time. But you can develop strategies that can calm you down, cheer you up, or shift your emot…
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In this captivating conversation, Dr. B and Jen Musa of Fox21 Colorado Springs Loving Living Local explore the profound impact of mindfulness on our mental well-being, personal growth, and overall quality of life. From practical tips to profound insights, they uncover the secrets to harnessing the power of mindfulness in today's fast-paced world. 🎙…
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There's often pressure to develop a "passion" in life. But you can still still live a fulfilling life even if there's not an easily identifiable thing you feel passionate about. Instead, you can create a passionate lifestyle where you feel fulfilled and mentally strong, even if there's not one thing you really love to do. John Miles is the author o…
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Join Dr. B as she uncovers the hidden patterns of negative thinking and responses that often hinder our growth and achievement. Through relatable anecdotes and practical advice, Dr. B explores the profound impact of childhood experiences, trauma, and grief on our mental strength. She reveals how these internal barriers can shape our self-perception…
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Do you find the more you try to stop thinking about something unpleasant, the more those unwanted thoughts keep popping up in your brain? Whether you're trying to quit thinking about an ex after your breakup, or you want to quit rehashing that conversation that didn't go well earlier in the day, it's hard to get your brain to stop thinking about so…
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In this insightful conversation, leadership expert Rebecca shares her journey and expertise in fostering a positive workplace culture. With over 13 years of experience in leadership roles, Rebecca delves into the importance of creating an environment where employees love coming to work every day. From her personal experiences as a single parent nav…
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There's a lot of information about the mind/body connection and the ways exercise, in general, is good for mental health. But there's a lot less information about the specific exercises that can target certain aspects of emotional well-being. For example, running is just as effective in combating depression as antidepressants. And one of the best w…
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The fear of abandonment, difficulty managing emotions in relationships, and a need for reassurance are just a few signs you might have an anxious attachment. Attachment issues are on the rise, and they can cause a lot of pain. They often stem beyond just romantic relationships. Jessica Baum is a psychotherapist and the author of Anxiously Attached.…
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Join us as Dr. B delves into the heart of the matter, exploring why so many of us grapple with feelings of inadequacy and "not being good enough." Drawing from her extensive experience and personal anecdotes, she sheds light on the origins of these beliefs, often stemming from childhood experiences and societal norms. In this thought-provoking disc…
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Studies consistently show that kids are telling us they're academically prepared for life beyond high school but not emotionally prepared. Fortunately, we can change that. A few shifts in the way we support kids can make a big difference in their ability to build mental strength. In this episode, I explain how to play an active role in helping your…
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🌟 Join us for a candid and insightful conversation as we delve into the intricacies of the Mentally Strong Method. In this video, we explore the powerful process of identifying and organizing thoughts and emotions, with a particular focus on trauma and mental health. 👥 In this engaging discussion, we touch on various aspects, including childhood tr…
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Welcome to a preview of the 10th "Ask Me Anything (AMA)" episode, which is part of Mentally Stronger Premium. Today, I'm responding to a listener who finds himself in a sticky situation. He wasn't honest with his therapist, and now he's not sure how to come clean. Listeners who subscribe to Mentally Stronger Premium get weekly bonus episodes, oppor…
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A quest is different from a goal. But a quest doesn't need to be lifelong. Instead, you could create lots of short, fun quests that add value to your life. Best-selling author James Altucher has created lots of quests for himself — from becoming a standup comedian to trying to buy a foreign country. Some of the things he talks about today are how t…
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🧠 Ever wondered why behavioral change feels like such a complex puzzle? I'll break it down for you, shedding light on the neurobiological intricacies and the role of grace in this transformative process. It's about more than just positive thinking—it's about understanding the intricate dance of habits and emotions. 🌈 👁️‍🗨 Walk with me through the c…
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While calming music and meditation may work for mild anxiety, these may not be effective for intense anxiety. Fortunately, there's a simple and fast strategy that can help you cope with serious anxiety. By utilizing the mammalian dive reflex, the body's panic response is halted right away, and you'll experience a calming effect. You can get the ref…
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Join us for an eye-opening and inspiring discussion with Dane Crampton, a licensed psychologist and co-founder of Status Code Four, a nonprofit dedicated to supporting first responders and their families. 🚑👩‍⚕️🚒 Dane, a retired paramedic with 25 years of experience, shares his personal journey from the frontlines of emergency response to becoming a…
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Magnesium is being touted as a powerful solution to anxiety, depression, insomnia, memory problems, and attention span. But is the hype realistic? Dr. Jennifer Gu is a researcher who studies how Magnesium affects the brain and the body. She explains why so many people are magnesium deficient, how adding a supplement could benefit you, and why Magte…
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What do you say to a loved one who predicts the worst-case scenario? Or how do you help someone who is convinced everything is going to go wrong? Your response could either add fuel to the fire or help them extinguish their anxious thoughts. It's tough to know how to help someone deal with anxious thoughts. Some of the things I share today are how …
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Join us for a heartfelt conversation with Kathy Sparnins grief specialist who shares her personal experiences, insights, and wisdom on navigating the complex terrain of grief. Personal Grief Journey: Kathy takes us on her own personal grief journey, highlighting pivotal losses that have shaped her unique approach to supporting others through the gr…
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Trauma is not solely determined by the severity of an event but rather by its impact on an individual's perception of themselves and the world. "Tiny t" traumas are cumulative, low-grade traumas that build up over time and can have a profound effect on mental health. Dr. Meg Arroll, the author of Tiny Traumas: When You Don't Know What's Wrong, But …
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