Doctor Neha: How many people do you know in your life who would be willing to ask their question and not only learn themselves, but allow other people to learn on the journey with them? I hope [Tah] inspires you with her bravery and courage because she inspires me. Welcome Tah.
Tah: Thank you. I’m happy to be here.
Doctor Neha: It’s so good to have you. Tell me what communication question have you been pondering?
As you prepare to travel for the holidays, are you packing your invisible armour to wear during family drama? Do others’ strong emotions, such as anger—even if not directed toward you—make your insides churn? As soon as someone raises their voice, do you panic and locate the nearest exit?
As joyful as it is to be with those you love, family time often comes with the need to navigate emotionally charged situations. Confrontation or escape may seem like your only options. But this year, you can do it differently. Watch Galit, a brave soul, as she unravels the mystery of why she shuts down and learns to reconstruct her response in the face of anger.
Welcome to “Talk RX with Doctor Neha.” This week, I have been getting questions about money. While I am not a professor of money, I do know that communication around the subject of money can be awkward and get a little bit crazy. So we’re going to talk about communication around money.
Money can be the source of stress and a lot of exploding, shutting down and people not feeling valued. The first thing I want you to remember about communication around money is first of all that money is not money.
Welcome to Talk Rx with Dr. Neha. This week’s subject is a touchy one about politics. I received an email from Jenny in North Carolina: “Doctor Neha, to put it lightly, my family and I have opposing views in politics. While I’m often excited on my way to see them and I care about them, I often end up leaving family gatherings devastated, disappointed and not speaking to them for several weeks. How can I engage with my family in a way that helps us stay connected and still stay true to what I believe in?”
Doctor Neha: Welcome to TalkRx with Doctor Neha. Today, I have a special guest, Kay, who has been so gracious as to be willing to ask her communication question so that all of you can learn as she learns. Welcome Kay.
Kay: Thank you very much.
Doctor Neha: Can you feel your body talking to you? Is it kind of giving you any physical sensations like your heart racing, your stomach turning, anything like that?
Doctor Neha: Welcome to Talk Rx with Doctor Neha. This week I have an incredibly special guest, Mike Robbins, here with me. He’s part of the Hay House family and author of Nothing Changes Until You Do. And he’s agreed to ask one of his communication questions so that all of you can learn. Welcome, Mike.
Mike: Thanks for having me.
Doctor Neha: What’s a communication dilemma or something that keeps you up at night?
HI, and welcome to Talk RX with Doctor Neha. What do you want to know about communicating effectively with your family, with your friends, with your partner, with your boss, or with your colleagues? This week’s question comes from a woman in Florida. She says, “Dr. Neha, I’ve been in a fight with a friend for a long time. I wanted to reach out to her, but I’m not really sure how to open up the lines of communication again.