Psychological Flexibility in Parenting and Personal Development with Dr. Sarah Sarkis

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My guest today is Dr. Sarah Sarkis.    She is a modern day psychologist  that has a combination of classic therapy, neurobiology and functional medicine.  Sarah discusses that what keeps showing up for individuals displaying good mental health is a high tolerance for ambiguity, and what she calls high psychological flexibility.  Two things that I often have to sit on my hands to achieve.  Our conversation was a lot of fun for me.  Even confessing my many blunders as a partner and parent.  Did I say many blunders?  Isn’t that the beauty of life.  Let’s take that time to be still that Dr Sarkis invites us all to practice , even if it’s just 30 seconds a day to start out to take a long look at who we are and what we are truly feeling. The reminder that we are enough and when we don’t feel that way that it shows up as so many different traits.  Life is messy and I’m always excited to talk to people who confirm this and remind us all that the messy, the sad, the challenging, even the not knowing, is the stuff.  The true art of life.  Oh, and right up my alley she even talks about a practice of sleep, hydration, nutrition, movement, and recovery as part of that approach.  YES!! Enjoy. 

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