Doctor Neha: Hi, everyone, and welcome back, Naushad. Naushad is a brave soul who has done a video blog with me before on the disease to please—people pleasing—and how it can undermine our relationships. And he wanted to give an example of this issue with his brother and see what we can come up with. So thanks for coming back and sharing a specific example.
Doctor Neha: Hi everybody, this is Katie and that’s Blake over on the other screen. We’re here today to talk about social media and the communication that happens over social media. When Katie and I were discussing this topic, we thought we better bring in Blake because he’s the expert on social media. Since we really enjoy communication, what would it be like for our world and Blake’s to come together for a dialogue around the importance of social media: how we use it,
Doctor Neha: Hi everybody. Today’s TalkRx has a really special guest. This is my little niece who’s invited us all into her room with her little teepee. She is going to teach us a little bit today. At the end, Simrin, I’m going to ask you for some of your lessons and your takeaways, but I want to tell the story about when you were in kindergarten and your friend by mistake bit you. We got a phone call when we came home.
Doctor Neha: Hi and welcome. Today, we have a special guest, Julie, who is willing to ask her communication questions so all of us can learn. Just before we got on, Julie was talking about what do you do when you have a family member who you feel behaves in a way that is embarrassing? Does it reflect on who you are? Julie, what did you say to me? You said there’s a way that you talk yourself through this.
Doctor Neha: Hi and welcome. Today I have a special guest who is willing to ask his communication questions, so that all of you can learn. That’s how brave he is. So I first want to say thank you, Naushad, for being a brave soul. Thank you so much. It’s so good to see your face. I knew Naushad back when I was in San Francisco, so it’s been a few years. When I contacted him and asked, “Do you have some communication questions,
Today, what I’d like to do is share a little bit of my personal journey, and give you a surprise at the end. Those of you that have been following me know that I’ve been in the process of writing a book. My hopes is that when I share this story and what I’ve learned and the lessons I’ve gained, that it may inspire you to take on your big dream. You know that one that you think about,
Doctor Neha: Welcome to TalkRx with Doctor Neha. I want to introduce you to a conversation I had with a woman named Emma in Costa Rica. She is a brave soul from Australia who was willing to ask her communication question so all of you could learn with her.
Emma, what have you been thinking about?
Emma: The one that would be the most helpful for me right now is about dating. I’m recently available to date again. It’s exciting and feels a bit scary. I notice that I shut myself down as soon as I’m attracted to someone.
Hi. I am Dr. Neha, a physician, communications expert and creator of the i-Five Conversation, a practical tool that’s at the heart of the communication cure. The i-Five Conversation is for anyone who’s interested in handling challenging conversations with ease in order to improve their interpersonal relationships, decrease your stress levels and improve your overall health.
The i-Five Conversation makes five important connections that allow you to have challenging conversations with ease. These five components are interpreting your body,