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065: Five Tricks Training– Enjoy Greater Intimacy!– Feeling Good

With Visitor Professional, Helen Yeni-Komshian, MD

Exists someone in your life who just

  • won’t listen or open up?always has
  • to be right?always needs to get his
  • or her way?doesn’ t appear to comprehend how you feel?doesn’t seem to care?is relentlessly critical?whines and grumbles
  • endlessly, but constantly overlooks
  • your efforts to help?Would you like greater intimacy and regard, and more gratifying relationships with individuals you

care about?If so, this podcast series on the 5 Tricks of Effective Interaction will be right up your street. These podcasts will be

for psychological health professionals and for the general public, and will include vignettes showing tough restorative logjams that were solved with the skillful use of the Five Tricks, as well as examples of how you can use the 5 Produces with enjoyed ones, friends, associates, clients, and even aggressive or annoying complete strangers. The goal is to assist you develop higher love, fulfillment, and joy in your interactions with the people you care about.Although the Five Tricks have been presented in previous podcasts, David and Fabrice will bring them to life with clear explanations and examples, and will offer you research projects so you can practice them, one at a time, in between podcasts. The effort here will be to supply some actual training for you, rather than just understanding.In the very first 2 Five Tricks podcasts, David and Fabrice will be joined by Helen Yeni-Komshian, MD. Helen was David’s trainee during her psychiatric residency training at Stanford approximately 15 years back.

Now she teaches with David at the weekly TEAM-CBT training group at Stanford, where she is on the accessory faculty. Helen also has a scientific practice in Palo Alto, California.David, Helen, and Fabrice begin with an overview of the 5 Tricks of Effective Communication, They are organized around the acronym EAR: E= Compassion, A=Assertiveness

, and R=Regard. Helen highlights that these methods must be used in an authentic fashion if they are to be reliable. If they are used just as methods to manipulate another individual, they will not be effective.David strongly concurs and expands of that theme. The Five Secrets are advanced and effective communication methods that can quickly and significantly change your relationships with others, they are, at the exact same time, profoundly spiritual strategies that need the death of the ego. And most of us will need to relearn our typical knee-jerk routines of arguing, blaming, and defending ourselves when we’re at odds with another person. For lots of individuals, this might not be possible, because those defensive reactions most likely have an effective biological basis, and many individuals merely do not want to quit the sensations of ethical supremacy and psychological excitement when we get upset and blame others.Fabrice, David and Helen stress the value of extreme desire if you truly want to master these techniques. The 5 Secrets sound easy when you first find out about them, it is not easy to utilize them masterfully. You can think about the Five Tricks like the notes on a musical instrument. Great deals of dedication and

practice will be essential if you hope to utilize them masterfully and effectively in your relationships with individuals you care about. If you simply sit down at a piano and pound on the secrets, without practice and effort, and training, the noise will be pretty jarring.In addition, when you practice you will at first discover them tough to find out, and you will certainly experience some failures along the way. David, Helen, and Fabrice emphasize the spirit of”cheerful failure”or”finding out through failure, “and prompt you to examine your ego at the door, because the rewards of the knowing can be tremendous– even life-changing!< source type =audio/mpeg src ="https://traffic.libsyn.com/feelinggood/Feeling_Good_Podcast_-_Episode_65.mp3?_=1">< a href =http://traffic.libsyn.com/feelinggood/Feeling_Good_Podcast_-_Episode_65.mp3 > http://traffic.libsyn.com/feelinggood/Feeling_Good_Podcast_-_Episode_65.mp3!.?.!Fabrice and I hope you enjoy our Podcasts, and likewise hope you can leave some favorable remarks for us and some five star scores if you like exactly what we’re doing!At least one listener has had issues leaving an iTunes review from his i-phone

, so Fabrice has developed some simple to follow instructions if you need aid.