21 episodes

Dr Judy Ho is a triple board-certified Clinical Neuropsychologist who will show you how to grab life with both hands and live it to the fullest! “SuperCharged Life with Dr. Judy” will dive deeply and fearlessly into love, sex, friendships, and career, as well as bad habits, addiction, trauma, depression and anxiety. Sometimes it’s painful to uncover what’s really holding you back, but with Dr. Judy’s help you’ll discover a new way to take on life, inspire love and create happiness. Each podcast will give a tangible tool they can do that will “SuperCharged” their lives! Whether she’s helping to navigate life with her patients, swinging from a flying trapeze, singing her favorite Broadway songs or taking on a new adventure, Dr. Judy walks her talk and invites others along for the journey.

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    • Mental Health
    • 5.0, 160 Ratings

Dr Judy Ho is a triple board-certified Clinical Neuropsychologist who will show you how to grab life with both hands and live it to the fullest! “SuperCharged Life with Dr. Judy” will dive deeply and fearlessly into love, sex, friendships, and career, as well as bad habits, addiction, trauma, depression and anxiety. Sometimes it’s painful to uncover what’s really holding you back, but with Dr. Judy’s help you’ll discover a new way to take on life, inspire love and create happiness. Each podcast will give a tangible tool they can do that will “SuperCharged” their lives! Whether she’s helping to navigate life with her patients, swinging from a flying trapeze, singing her favorite Broadway songs or taking on a new adventure, Dr. Judy walks her talk and invites others along for the journey.

    Becoming a Superhero with Nicole Maines

    Becoming a Superhero with Nicole Maines

    Transgender actress Nicole Maines plays a superhero on her hit TV show “Supergirl,” but she’s also a superhero in her everyday life. As young as 3 years of age, Nicole knew that the biological sex she was assigned at birth was not right, and struggled with anger, anxiety, and sadness. With the support of her parents, Nicole started transitioning genders in the 1st grade, and the thoughtful and gradual changes were generally accepted by her peers. However, in middle school, after a run-in with a boy who took issue with her use of the female bathroom, the school staff barred her from using the female bathroom, and increasingly isolated her from normal experiences on- and off-campus. 
     
    Nicole and her family sued the school district for discrimination and after a five-year court battle she was victorious when the Maine Supreme Judicial Court ruled that the school violated the Human Rights Act. Her landmark win prohibited barring transgender students access to bathrooms, paving the way for transgender justice and inclusivity. Her activism continues to this day and people regularly call on Nicole to guide them on how they can promote equality and inclusivity in their own communities. 
     
    Nicole’s stories are so incredible relatable, no matter how you identify yourself on the gender and sexual preferences spectrums. As a young woman, Nicole is wise beyond her years and the lessons she has learned are ones all human beings can benefit from, as we ponder what it truly means to be authentic, joyful, and purposeful in our lives. Nicole reminds us to self-reflect in a way that is constructive rather than destructive and how to embrace each other’s differences. She calls on each person to dig deeply and determine what fears are holding us back, and why gossip holds such allure and offers temporary satisfaction, but ultimately steals a piece of our individual integrity. Dr. Judy reveals five actionable tips to be your own superhero which include letting moments of adversity be catalysts for personal growth, stopping blame, and gaining strength by avoiding your personal kryptonite. This lit conversation is going to help you to accomplish the extraordinary every day and to uncover incredible moments in the ordinary. 
     
    In this episode, we discuss: 
    1. Setting the bar at superhero level (2:05) 
    2. Being the first transgender superhero on TV (2:50) 
    3. Exploring power and control in Nicole’s film bit (5:30) 
    4. The common misconceptions about transgender individuals (14:20) 
    5. The state of the science about the gender spectrum (19:45) 
    6. Nicole’s struggles as a child and how her parents and peers responded (22:15) 
    7. Nicole’s dating life and getting back into the game (27:35) 
    8. How Nicole’s landmark legal case started in the bathroom (29:20) 
    9. What Nicole wants to say to people who don’t understand the trans community (41:40) 
    10. Supercharged Tip of the Day (46:20) 

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    • 1 hr 2 min
    Self-Acceptance with DIY Expert Lauren Makk

    Self-Acceptance with DIY Expert Lauren Makk

    In this week’s episode, you’ll discover how to transform your inner self and learn the secrets to self-acceptance that will lead you to an authentic and fulfilling life with TV host, interior designer, and hard working mom Lauren Makk who is a judge on “Shop Class” now streaming on Disney+. Dr. Judy and Lauren discuss coming from humble beginnings and why childhood programming continues to have an impact on us as adults. Despite the challenges Lauren has faced in her life, she never gives up and is always looking for ways to improve herself and be a great role model to the people around her, including her children.  
     
    Lauren candidly shares her incredible weight loss journey and talks with Dr. Judy about the process of addiction, why food and alcohol can be so alluring during difficult times, and how to get off of the emotional roller coaster if you or a loved one struggles with some of these same issues. They also talk about the pitfalls of perfectionism, why you can’t (and shouldn’t) do everything alone, and why self-acceptance is the secret to feeling better and living an authentic life. This episode will inspire you to embark on a journey of self-acceptance, and to learn important and practical strategies to supercharge your own self-improvement path today! 
      
    In this episode, we discuss​: 

    Dr. Judy and Lauren’s humble beginnings (3:39) 

    Lauren’s journey to Trading Spaces (11:15) 

    Your home and your inner self (15:55) 

    Lauren’s incredible weight loss journey  (18:35) 

    The function of food during stressful times (21:43)  

    Emotional roller coasters and self-acceptance (28:00)  

    Programming from our childhood and parenting the next generation (33:10) 

    Letting feelings in and why “good vibes only” mentality doesn’t work (40:20) 

    Why it’s ok to not win sometimes (42:10) 

    Would You Rather: Supermom Edition (45:03) 

    Supercharged Tip Of The Day (47:33) 


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    • 56 min
    Build Confidence and Master Social Interactions with the Art of Charm

    Build Confidence and Master Social Interactions with the Art of Charm

    People are reporting higher rates of loneliness and dissatisfaction with their social lives more than ever in our technology-inundated world. But more meaningful, authentic, and relatable relationships that will fuel all of your life goals are achievable with the right tools! Our social interactions impact our lives in a profound ways across the board, some of which you might not even realize. Today, our social skills are being tested during quick run-ins with people at the gas station to life’s bigger moments like job negotiations and securing a fulfilling romantic relationship. It takes 14 subsequent events to change one’s first impression – are you presenting the best and most authentic version of yourself each and every time?
     
    This episode is jam packed with tools to hone your social skills which are at an all-time premium in this current time. Johnny and AJ break down their tried-and-true strategies that you can start using today to Supercharge your confidence and social interactions. No matter who you are, what your personality type is, and where you believe your social skills are at right now, these techniques will empower you to get the most out of life by working on the most important soft skill we have access to as human beings. Learn how self-identified introverts AJ and Johnny transformed their own lives and so many others with their patented Art of Charm programs, and their commitment to assessment, practice, and adding value through everyday interactions. Delve into the multiple levels of listening, paying attention to emotional bids, the best follow-up questions to add value to conversations, and how to use the Three As (attention, appreciation, and acceptance) to build social capital practically and mindfully with family members, colleagues, and friends. 
     
    In this episode, we discuss: 

    Myths of Introverts (1:30) 

    Social Skills: Innate or Learned? (5:20)

    Johnny and AJ’s groundbreaking self-assessment exercise (8:15)

    The Art of Charm Boot Camp and why it’s revolutionary (14:00) 

    Shyness and the self-fulfilling prophecy (19:25) 

    The stickiness of first impressions (24:15) 

    Dr. Judy’s own embarrassing and awkward stories about dating (30:00)

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    The secret to clearing any roadblock in your life (36:00)

    Supercharged Tip of the Day (40:35)


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    • 54 min
    Life After Adderall with "That's So Retrograde"

    Life After Adderall with "That's So Retrograde"

    In this episode, Dr. Judy dishes on the SuperCharged Secret of being a Lifelong Learner, and welcomes two best friends and hosts of the unique and refreshing wellness podcast, "That's So Retrograde". Stephanie Simbari and Elizabeth Kott have been coined "The Ab Fab" of the new age and dish on everything from self-worth, wellness and pop culture. After their respective careers in fashion and comedy, the two friends reveal how their "retrograde" friendship came about and share the ups and downs of creating a business together. They recently celebrated their 5 year anniversary on their podcast and talk about their secrets to working together as besties, how communication is key to get through any fight and why they insist on going to couples therapy together. From overcoming Adderall addiction to dealing with ADHD, Stephanie and Elizabeth get candid about their private struggles and how they were able to come out on the other side. Plus, find out their favorite celebrity guest stories, the meanings behind their astrological signs and if you should really be drinking coffee! Dr. Judy also plays a fun round of "Would You Rather: The Health & Wellness Edition" with questions like would you rather be the smart or the pretty girl? Find out their revealing answers and how we can all be lifelong learners everyday as a route towards better health, mental wellness, and joy! 

    In this episode, we discuss: 

    The Origin Of The Retrograde Girls (1:51) 

    The Moment Stephanie And Elizabeth Knew They Needed To Change Their Ways (7:20)

    One Of Their Biggest Life Lessons (9:33)

    The Importance Of Equal Opportunity (11:11) 

    The Meaning Behind "That's So Retrograde" (12:25) 

    What Do Your Astrological Signs Mean? (14:12) 

    Most Memorable Celebrity Guests (17:55)

    Struggling With Adderall Addiction (24:28)

    Three Hacks For People With ADD (29:48)

    The Reality Of Worrying About Your Weight (39:25)

        ​Why Best Friends Should Do Couples Therapy (40:50)

       Secrets To Working on A Business With Your Best Friend (43:40)

       Fighting and Communication (45:57)

       Should You Drink Coffee? (47:40) 

       Would You Rather: Health & Wellness Edition (50:32)

       Supercharged Tip Of The Day (53:35)


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    • 1 hr 4 min
    Overcoming Codependency with Author Eilene Zimmerman

    Overcoming Codependency with Author Eilene Zimmerman

    In today’s delicate world, laden with the horrors of the Covid19 pandemic and racial injustices hitting fever pitch, other systemic problems have been temporarily swept aside. In this episode, Dr. Judy meets New York Times’ Best-Selling author Eilene Zimmerman, who talks about her new memoir “Smacked,” and the opioid epidemic that shattered her family and caused her to deeply examine her life.
    Eilene, a decorated journalist of more than 30 years, recounts the day she found her ex-husband Peter dead in his $2 million home from a drug overdose and the devastation he left behind. To Eilene and her children, it seemed almost impossible that Peter, an Ivy League educated, high-functioning senior partner at a prestigious law firm, was secretly wasting away for years due to his severe opioid addiction. After this startling discovery, Eilene made it her life’s mission to find out everything she could about the epidemic of addiction and transformed her career to help others who are struggling.
    In this profound, soul-searching episode, Dr. Judy discusses the signs of addiction, co-dependency, insecurity and the common preconceived notions of what drug addicts “look” like. If you, or someone you know, struggle with any form of codependency or addiction, this episode will arm you with five lifesaving tips to fix blurred boundaries, reconfigure childhood attachment issues, enhance low self-esteem and heal deep seated grief. You will be moved by Eilene’s stories of brutal self-examination and how she and her family have taken the valuable lessons learned to move on and inspire others to rebuild and live their best lives.

    In this episode, we discuss:
    1.   The day that changed Eilene’s life forever (5:50)
    2.   The myths of the opioid epidemic (11:30)
    3.   The Gateway Hypothesis and progression of substance use (19:20)
    4.   Early attachment and how it affects our romantic lives as adults (24:45)
    5.   The power of the father-child relationship in shaping who we are (30:00)
    6.   When people don’t believe in unconditional love (36:30)
    7.   The slippery slope of enabling in a codependent relationship (40:45)
    8.   Working through family trauma after an untimely loss (48:00)
    9.   Eilene’s career transformation and overcoming negative self-talk (55:00)
    10. SuperCharged Tips of the Day (62:00)

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    • 1 hr 20 min
    Music, mindfulness, and meditation with Grammy-award winning singer & songwriter India Arie

    Music, mindfulness, and meditation with Grammy-award winning singer & songwriter India Arie

    Singer and songwriter India Arie has won four Grammy’s and sold over 13 million records in the U.S. and abroad but her journey navigating the music industry has never been easy. In fact, she credits meditation and her spiritual practice for saving her when she wanted to walk away and retire. India’s meditation journey started nearly two decades ago after a disappointing experience at the Grammy’s and she continued down the path to live her truth ever since.
     
    India opens up about her dark moments in the music industry and how she persevered to create eight albums in 20 years. Calling the music industry racist and sexist, she recounts being manipulated and coerced by record labels and how she fought to speak her truth. Find out why compromising her truth and trying to create harmony at all costs made India physically ill. Hear about her personal struggle with self-doubt and how the power of music helped her reach self-acceptance and no longer fear judgment.  
     
    Dr. Judy explains how the average human mind has some 50,000 thoughts a day and how mindfulness can be practiced in mere minutes and in a way that fits your unique personality. Learn the tools to create mindful moments throughout your day and how these practical tips can lead to mental balance, inner peace, and clarity even in these uncertain times.
     
    In this episode, we discuss: 

    1.  How India has been coping with the quarantine (2:00)
     
    2.  India’s unexpected meditation journey (6:00)
     
    3.  The true definition of soulmate and the idea of sacred space (13:15)
     
    4. The “secret” passion that Dr. Judy had to hide for years (18:10)
     
    5. Why music is the greatest weapon – or the greatest healing tool (22:10)
     
    6. Why you shouldn’t be afraid of the depths of your mind (26:30)
     
    7. India’s staying power and reflections on her music career (31:10)
     
    8. Pearls of wisdom from India’s mother (21:10)
     
    9. SuperCharged Secret of the Day (41:00)

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Customer Reviews

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160 Ratings

Ally Butrous ,

Truly Life-Changing!

This podcast is truly SUPERCHARGED with life-changing information! I am learning so much, but what I love is that it’s also so entertaining and engaging! No dry, boring talks here. You walk away from each episode wishing for more and with insight and awareness you can apply that very day to make the day (and your life) better! The conversations are super approachable and practical! I am really enjoying the variety of guests and how they all come from such different backgrounds and fields! I highly recommend it!!

longislandforsummer ,

Inspiring

Dr Judy is amazing and a great role model for young professionals. God bless

Te622 ,

So great full

SUPER fun and uplifting ! I loved starting my morning with this , great motivation to get me moving !! Highly recommended podcast ! Thank you for this . Todd E

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