Category Archives: Self Love & Healing

Unraveling the Drama of Dealing with an Ex

DOWNLOAD THE MP3 | LISTEN ON iTUNES Today's topic is a juicy one: blended families, exes, and the drama that can come from those interchanges. Today's question came about from sitting next to this lovely woman on the plane. She and her husband were sitting next to me. Her name is Debbie. She complained that…

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How to Ease the Pain of Ending a Relationship

DOWNLOAD THE MP3 | LISTEN ON iTUNES Doctor Neha: Welcome to TalkRx with Doctor Neha. I have Jess here in Bali, and she wanted to ask some communication questions. She's brave enough to do it so that all of you can learn while she's in the hot seat. So welcome, Jess. Jess: Thank you. Doctor…

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Five Steps to Navigating Emotional Landmines

DOWNLOAD THE MP3 | LISTEN ON iTUNES Doctor Neha: Welcome to Talk Rx with Doctor Neha. We're filming in Bali this week, and I have a special guest, Cassie, who actually lives here. I had the pleasure of meeting her recently at an ecstatic dance experience. Welcome, Cassie Cassie: Thank you, Neha. Doctor Neha: Tell…

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Why You Keep Getting Sick

DOWNLOAD THE MP3 | LISTEN ON iTUNES Hi and welcome to Talk RX with Doctor Neha. What are you wondering about in your communication with family, with friends, with bosses, with colleagues? This week I have a question from someone in Chicago. He asks, "Doctor Neha, I've been suffering from chronic sore throats and laryngitis…

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Tune into Your Heart – Turn Around Your Health

DOWNLOAD THE MP3 | LISTEN ON iTUNES Mo: Hello everyone. This is Mo Faul. Welcome to “Best Work, Best Life.” Kathy: Hi, everyone. Kathy Caprino here. Mo: I’ve got one of my favorite people here visiting us, Doctor Neha Sangwan. We've been getting as much expertise as we can out of her since Doctor Neha's…

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Are You Worrying Yourself Sick?

Are you worrying yourself sick? via @drnehasangwan
We’re moving at lightning speed. We’re maxed out, overcommitted, and exhausted. It’s no wonder that one in eight Americans ages 18 and older suffers from an anxiety disorder, and over the last decade, the rates of anti-anxiety and insomnia medication use have skyrocketed. Anxiety is rooted in a fear of what might happen in the…

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