Doctor Neha: Welcome to Talk Rx with Doctor Neha. Today we’re filming in New Zealand, and I have a wonderful guest, Christine. She is one of the women at World Women 17. She is a brave soul who’s willing to ask her questions so that all of you can learn. Welcome, Christine.
Doctor Neha: So tell me what you’ve been thinking about.
Christine: My question has to do with what you talked about yesterday—how the mind impacts injuries and how we can connect the two,
Amy Schuber: Welcome to “Inspired Conversations.” This is Amy Schuber. I am excited to be with Neha Sangwan, MD, CEO and founder of Intuitive Intelligence. She’s an internal medicine physician, international speaker, and corporate communication expert. Her private practice in corporate consulting focuses on empowering individuals, organizational leaders, and their teams with the tools for clear, effective communication. She addresses the root cause of stress, miscommunication, and interpersonal conflict, often healing chronic conditions, such as headaches, insomnia, anxiety,
Ana Paula: Welcome to the Wake Up, Wild Heart virtual summit. My name is Ana Paula, and I’m a holistic wellness teacher and transformational coach. I am so excited to introduce to you the incredibly brilliant and kind Doctor Neha Sangwan. Doctor Neha is the CEO and founder of Intuitive Intelligence, an internal medical physician, a communication expert, the author of TalkRx, and the creator of the i-Five Conversation. Dr. Neha, it is a pleasure to have you here with us today.
Welcome to TalkRx with Doctor Neha. Several people have been asking me in different ways to talk about boundaries. What are they? What are healthy boundaries? Are they different in different situations? The answer is yes. I started to think about boundaries based on the questions I’ve been hearing.
There are different kinds of boundaries. There are physical boundaries, like those that are delineated on a map and separate countries. This is our side of the line,
Doctor Neha: Welcome to TalkRx with Doctor Neha. Today we’re going to do something I’ve never done before. We’re going to have three of us on at the same time and see how that conversation turns out. Welcome, Salma, and welcome, Jess.
Jess: Thank you.
Salma: Thank you.
Doctor Neha: What topic seems relevant for you right now? What’s up that you would want to talk about and get all of our opinions on and explore?
Welcome to TalkRx with Doctor Neha. I received a question from a traveler that I wanted to share with you. She wrote, “My sister and I are very close in age, and we’ve had very similar childhood and family friends our whole lives. My sister’s personality is very direct. Sometimes that’s hard for people. I’ve noticed that as we’ve grown older some of those friends that we used to have in common have gravitated more to me than they have to my sister.
Doctor Neha: Welcome to TalkRx with Doctor Neha. We are filming from Bali, and I have a special guest today. She’s a nurse. She’s traveling from Western Australia, Perth to be exact, and her name is Michelle. Welcome.
Michelle: Thank you so much for having me.
Doctor Neha: You are so welcome. I was so curious about you after we met and about your travels and all the self-reflection that happens in Bali.
Doctor Neha: Welcome to TalkRx with Doctor Neha. So glad you’re joining us. We’re filming in Bali. This is Jess, and I’m so glad she’s back. She had a few more communication questions, so she was willing to come back and join us.
Jess: Thank you. Good to be back with you.
Doctor Neha: So tell me what’s on your mind.
Jess: I’ve been thinking about a question that’s come up for me: how do you communicate with your friends,
Kim: Dr. Neha Sangwan is an internal medicine physician who drove herself to burnout and thus became something of an evangelist for dealing with stress. She’s the CEO and the founder of Intuitive Intelligence—that’s the name of the company, rather than the trait itself—and an international speaker who teaches people to read their own body signals and to communicate. Dr. Sangwan is here to speak at the World Women 2017 Conference in Auckland [New Zealand]. Good morning!