Category Archives: TalkRx with Doctor Neha

How to Manage Friends and Family During Divorce

GET THE MP3 FOR THIS EPISODE  |  LISTEN ON iTUNES Dr. Neha: I have an amazing guest with us here today. Her name's Lori. Hi, Lori. Tell me what's on your mind. Lori: Recently, my husband and I filed for divorce. It's been coming for a while. I have found that telling people one-on-one has…

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Drs. Mark Hyman & Neha Sangwan Are Stopping By for a Home Visit

Have you ever wished your doctor would make a home visit? Or even if you could just say, “Hey, Doc, show me what you mean when you said I need to eat better! How do I start my day with something quick, but still healthy and delicious?” That would really help you achieve and sustain…

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Choose Your Method Wisely

GET THE MP3 FOR THIS EPISODE |  LISTEN ON iTUNES This week we're going to work on something called Choosing Your Communication Method Wisely. The reason I chose this is because so many people have asked me questions like, "Did I do this wrong? Did I communicate with somebody in the wrong way? Is that what caused…

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3 Tips for Successful Conversations

LISTEN ON iTUNES Have you ever hesitated to have a conversation with someone because you doubted if it was the right time? Or because you weren’t sure if your concern was legitimate enough? I received a question about this everyday dilemma from a woman in Chicago. And I knew it was time to share a…

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The Two Step Decision Making Tool

Do You Have Decision-Fatigue? You know, when you waffle over making decisions that should be simpler than they feel. You make dozens of decisions every day ranging from simple ones (what to wear in the morning or what to eat) to more complex ones (whether you’ve outgrown a relationship or a job description). Sure, there…

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The Key to Feeling Heard—Every Time!

The Key to Feeling Heard–Every Time!
Who’s the best listener in your life? You know, that person who just gets you. Don’t you wish you could clone him or her? Yet other times, you might feel like a broken record, repeating the same message over and over—to people who seem tuned out. And no matter how important your topic or how…

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The Secret To Defeating Defensiveness

Do you know someone who enters conversations with their dukes up? Maybe it’s a colleague or boss at work. Or maybe it’s someone around the dinner table or at family gatherings.  You know, the person you wish would just relax, take a chill pill, and stop arguing and interrupting. You’ve probably done everything humanly possible…

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Are You On Empty or Self-Full?

Are You on Empty or Self-Full?
How many times have you tuned out the safety instructions blaring over the loudspeaker on an airplane? I bet you could recite them verbatim. The flight attendant calls for everyone’s attention. You know the drill … let’s fast forward to this part: “In the unlikely event that the cabin pressure should drop, oxygen masks will…

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It’s No Laughing Matter

Have you ever wondered how to navigate uncomfortable conversations? You know, that moment when everything goes radio-silent and gets aawwwk-ward. Usually, it’s when someone has a serious concern or wants to bring up something near and dear to their heart. If this type of interaction isn’t in your comfort zone, watch out, because your body…

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