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Your Life in Process Podcast: Psychological Flexibility From the Inside Out

Are you tired of chasing self-help strategies that don’t stick or make you feel like you are never doing enough? I am too. I am a modern psychologist, author of ACT Daily Journal, mother, and yoga teacher. Think of me as your psychological flexibility guide.

Part conversation, part practical toolkit, this podcast offers you a roadmap for growing a compassionate, healthy, and rewarding life. In some episodes, I will teach you science-informed and holistic practices to try in your daily life to get in touch with your internal experience and to take committed action toward your chosen values. In other episodes, I will have intimate conversations with thought leaders, scientists, and friends about topics such as skillful striving, the science of behavior change, embodiment, and raising flexible kids.

I’m here to walk alongside you as you enjoy the journey of your life, in process.

Your Life In Process Dr. Diana Hill

    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.8 • 19 Ratings

Your Life in Process Podcast: Psychological Flexibility From the Inside Out

Are you tired of chasing self-help strategies that don’t stick or make you feel like you are never doing enough? I am too. I am a modern psychologist, author of ACT Daily Journal, mother, and yoga teacher. Think of me as your psychological flexibility guide.

Part conversation, part practical toolkit, this podcast offers you a roadmap for growing a compassionate, healthy, and rewarding life. In some episodes, I will teach you science-informed and holistic practices to try in your daily life to get in touch with your internal experience and to take committed action toward your chosen values. In other episodes, I will have intimate conversations with thought leaders, scientists, and friends about topics such as skillful striving, the science of behavior change, embodiment, and raising flexible kids.

I’m here to walk alongside you as you enjoy the journey of your life, in process.

    How To Raise An Intuitive Eater With Sumner Brooks

    How To Raise An Intuitive Eater With Sumner Brooks

    How do you help your kids develop a balanced relationship with food and their body? An intuitive eating approach supports kids in developing confidence and trust in their bodies. In this episode, Diana and Summer explore 3 keys to raising intuitive eaters by supporting children to find ways of eating that are nourishing and internally driven.
    About Sumner BrooksSumner Brooks, MPH, RDN, LD, CEDRD is a registered dietitian nutritionist (RDN) and certified eating disorder specialist (CEDRD) based in Portland, Oregon who has been working with clients on all levels of the disordered eating spectrum for 15 years. Sumner is a mom and has put her knowledge, intuition, and parenting skills of Intuitive Eating to the test of real life. She is also the founder of an online training platform for weight-inclusive eating disorder professionals geared toward dietitians, called EDRDPro.
    Episode Segments[00:00] - Introduction
    [01:58] - Welcome To Sumner Brooks
    [09:04] - Where Do You Start With Intuitive Eating??
    [13:12] - 3 Keys To Raising An Intuitive Eater
    [16:23] - An Acronym To Reduce Body Shame In Kids
    [17:40] - How To Have Uncomfortable Body Conversations With Kids
    [22:39] - How To Develop A Flexible And Reliable Eating Routine With Kids
    [28:15] - How To Cultivate An Intuitive Eating Voice
    [42:02] - Diana's Summary
    [43:50] - Your Daily Practice
    [48:36] - Connect With The Show
    Key TakeawaysNutrition is complex, and we often oversimplify it by labeling foods as good or bad
    Intuitive eating is not a “free for all” approach without routines or structure. Instead, we balance routine with flexibility
    Culturally we are conditioned to overthink about food, body size, and weight management
    The three keys of raising an intuitive eater are 1) expressing unconditional love and support of your child’s body, 2) setting up flexible and reliable eating routines, 3) developing an intuitive eating voice
    Psychological flexibility processes such as values and acceptance can be very helpful in taking an intuitive eating journey
    Relevant Resources Mentionedhttps://drdianahill.com/extras/ (Download your Daily Process for Episode 6 Here)
    Read https://bookshop.org/books/how-to-raise-an-intuitive-eater-raising-the-next-generation-with-food-and-body-confidence/9781250786609 (How to Raise an Intuitive Eater by Sumner Brooks)
    Read https://bookshop.org/books/the-body-is-not-an-apology-the-power-of-radical-self-love/9781523090990 (The Body is Not an Apology by Sonya Renee Taylor)
    Check https://drdianahill.com/guest-post-intuitive-eating-helps-you-support-your-childs-mental-and-physical-well-being-for-the-long-term/ (Sumner’s guest blog post on Intuitive Eating)
    Learn more about Sumner Brooks and https://intuitiveeating4kids.com/ (intuitive eating with kids)
    https://www.instagram.com/intuitiveeatingrd (Follow Sumner on Instagram)
    https://offtheclockpsych.com/intuitive-eating/ (Listen to Diana’s conversation with Evelyn Tribole), the co-founder of Intuitive Eating
    Want to dive deeper into ACT? Take Diana’s course: https://courses.drdianahill.com/courses/foundations-of-ACT?_ga=2.10043261.917674935.1641323412-277337094.1634184861 (Foundations of ACT)
    Thank you for listening to Your Life in Process! If you have any questions or feedback you can email me, send me a voice message at (805) 457-2776, or message me on http://instagram.com/drdianahill (Instagram). Remember when you become psychologically flexible, you become free.
    Subscribe for free on https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/your-life-in-process/id1596820706 (Apple Podcasts), https://open.spotify.com/show/1Kpkt3xGpyZm5UQYMKu4Uo (Spotify), https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5jYXB0aXZhdGUuZm0veW91ci1saWZlLWluLXByb2Nlc3Mv (Google Podcasts)
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    • 49 min
    How ACT Can Help You Be A High Achiever Without Losing Yourself With Dr. Patricia Zurita Ona

    How ACT Can Help You Be A High Achiever Without Losing Yourself With Dr. Patricia Zurita Ona

    How can you be a high achiever and reach for big goals while still holding on to your values? What do you do when there are just too many good things to choose from in your life? Diana chats with Dr. Patricia Zurita Ona about strategies from Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) to help you skillfully strive toward meaningful pursuits. Diana and Dr. Z share their personal experiences with striving and talk about letting go of the outcome in service of the process.
    About Dr. Patricia Zurita OnaDr. Zurita Ona, Dr. Z, is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist who has significant experience working with children, adolescents, and adults with OCD, trauma, anxiety, and emotional regulation problems. Dr. Z is the founder of the East Bay Behavior Therapy Center, a boutique therapy practice, where she runs an intensive outpatient program integrating Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Exposure Response Prevention (ERP) to support clients getting stuck from obsessions, figure out what they care about, and do stuff that matters to them.
    Dr. Z is a behavioral therapist with a passion for evidence-based practices including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. Her clinical work is dedicated to helping all her clients to get “unstuck” and live the life they want to live. She is the author of numerous books including Acceptance and Commitment Skills for Perfectionism and High-Achieving Behaviors: Do Things Your Way, Be Yourself, and Live a Purposeful Life, Living Beyond OCD Using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy: A Workbook for Adults, and Escaping the Emotional Roller Coaster: ACT for the Emotionally Sensitive.
    Episode Segments[00:00] - Introduction
    [01:52] - About Patricia Zurita Ona
    [02:53] - Sponsor: Lightfully Behavior Health
    [03:53] - What Does Dr. Z Care About That Brought Her To This Work?
    [07:35] - Perfectionism Isn't Binary
    [13:19] - Diana's Body-based Practice For Healthy Striving
    [16:53] - Dr. Z's Journey With High Achieving Behaviors
    [20:19] - The Upside Of Uncertainty
    [22:46] - How To Relate To Relate To Your Perfectionism Differently
    [28:12] - Check Out Diana's Foundations of ACT Course
    [28:42] - Competitive Drive Can Be Painful
    [26:24] - Seeing Your Mind For What It Is
    [31:02] - Saying No In The Name Of Your Values
    [38:24] - Seasonal Striving
    [44:16] - Your Daily Practice
    [49:32] - Connect With The Show
    Key TakeawaysYou can live out your values in many different ways. Values are qualities of action, not outcomes
    Perfectionism and high achieving behaviors are not good or bad
    You can pay attention to your body to tell the difference between when you are caught in stressful striving versus values-based striving
    Build self-trust by allowing for things to go wrong, living your values and, letting go of outcome
    We need to be willing to say no, even to good things, to honor your values
    Humans are mini-ecosystems. We are good at producing and consuming, but it’s also important we remember to decompose.
    Relevant Resources Mentionedhttps://drdianahill.com/extras/ (Download your Daily Process for Episode 5 Here)
    Read Dr. Z’s book https://bookshop.org/books/acceptance-and-commitment-skills-for-perfectionism-and-high-achieving-behaviors-do-things-your-way-be-yourself-and-live-a-purposeful-life/9780367369224 (Acceptance and Commitment Skills for Perfectionism and High-Achieving Behaviors: Do Things Your Way, Be Yourself, and Live a Purposeful Life)
    Learn more about Dr. Z and work with her at https://eastbaybehaviortherapycenter.com/ ( East Bay Behavior Therapy )
    Try ACT in your daily life with the https://drdianahill.com/book/ (ACT Daily Journal)
    Want to dive deeper into ACT? Take Diana’s course: https://courses.drdianahill.com/courses/foundations-of-ACT?_ga=2.10043261.917674935.1641323412-277337094.1634184861 (Foundations of ACT)
    Listen to https://drdianahill.com/heart-medicine-how-to-transform-painful-patterns-with-radhule-weininger/ (Diana’s conversation with...

    • 50 min
    How To Meditate And Why It Matters With Trudy Goodman

    How To Meditate And Why It Matters With Trudy Goodman

    What is the difference between meditation and therapy and how can they support each other? How do you start a meditation practice and what are its benefits? Trudy Goodman is a psychotherapist, founder of InsightLA, and expert meditation teacher. In this episode, Diana sits down with Trudy to discuss her twisty-turny life, including her early training with Piaget, her friendship with Jon Kabat-Zinn, and her relationship with Jack Kornfield. At the end of the episode, Trudy shares a simple practice to take mediation off the cushion and into your everyday life.
    About Trudy GoodmanTrudy Goodman, PH.D., is the founding teacher of InsightLA and cofounder of the Institute for Meditation and Psychotherapy. She has taught at universities and retreat centers worldwide for over 40 years. Trudy has trained in mindfulness and Zen since 1973, holds a graduate degree in developmental psychology from Harvard, and is one of the senior Buddhist teachers in the U.S. She is widely known for her role as the voice
    of Trudy the Love Barbarian in the Netflix series "Midnight Gospel”. Trudy is a contributing author: Clinical Handbook of Mindfulness; Compassion and Wisdom in Psychotherapy; Mindfulness and Psychotherapy. Learn more about Trudy at http://trudygoodman.com/ (TrudyGoodman.com) and http://insightla.org/ (InsightLA.org).
    Episode Segments[00:00] - Introduction
    [00:25] - About Trudy Goodman
    [03:34] - Trudy’s Early Training With Piaget
    [08:41] - Trudy’s Path To Meditation
    [13:08] - The Synergy Of Therapy And Meditation
    [20:09] - A Gentler Form Of Meditation
    [21:37] - The Difference Between Zen And Insight Meditation
    [23:39] - Finding Community In Nature
    [31:11] - Trudy’s Meditation Practice
    [32:45] - The Backward Step
    [38:15] - How To Let Go
    [42:12] - Where To Find Trudy
    [46:01] - Your Daily Practice
    [49:35] - Connect With The Podcast
    Key TakeawaysTherapy and meditation can support each other, but also offer different advantages
    Insight Meditation is a gentle form of meditation where you develop an awareness of your inner experience
    The backward step is a Zen practice to get out of conditioned response and receive what is happening in the present
    To start a meditation practice it helps to have a vetted teacher and to take a class
    Nature is a place where we can learn about letting go and can feel less alone
    Relevant Resources Mentionedhttps://drdianahill.com/extras/ (Download your Daily Process for Episode 4 Here)
    https://insightla.org/?s=trudy+goodman (Learn from Trudy Goodman at InsightLA)
    Take a meditation class at https://mindfulheartprograms.org/ (Mindful Hearts Programs), https://insightla.org/ (InsightLA), and https://www.yogasoup.com/ (Yoga Soup)
    Thank you for listening to Your Life in Process! If you have any questions or feedback you can email me, send me a voice message at (805) 457-2776, or message me on http://instagram.com/drdianahill (Instagram). Remember when you become psychologically flexible, you become free.
    Subscribe for free on https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/your-life-in-process/id1596820706 (Apple Podcasts), https://open.spotify.com/show/1Kpkt3xGpyZm5UQYMKu4Uo (Spotify), https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5jYXB0aXZhdGUuZm0veW91ci1saWZlLWluLXByb2Nlc3Mv (Google Podcasts)
    Follow Diana on https://www.youtube.com/drdianahill (YouTube)
    Follow Diana on https://www.instagram.com/drdianahill/ (Instagram)
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    Diana's https://drdianahill.com/wp-admin/drdianahill.com (Website)
    Thank you to my team Craig Schneider, Angela Stubbs, Ashley Hiatt, Abby Diel and to our sponsor https://lightfully.com/ (Lightfully) for making this podcast possible. Thank you to Benjamin Gould of https://BellandBranch.com (Bell and Branch) for your beautiful music.
    Stay tuned for my next episode on YLIP with Dr. Patricia Zurita Ona on how ACT can help you be a high achiever without losing yourself in the process.

    • 50 min
    What's Up With Dr. Jud? Anger

    What's Up With Dr. Jud? Anger

    Are you a little angrier, irritable or quick to lash out these days? Anger is a challenging emotion. And according to Dr. Jud, it can become a habit. What is fueling your anger and how can you break the habit loop of resentment? What can we learn from behavioral neuroscience and ancient wisdom to respond differently when we're triggered? Listen to today’s episode to learn how to turn your anger into compassionate action.
    About Dr. Judson BrewerJud Brewer MD PhD (“Dr. Jud”) is a New York Times best-selling author and thought leader in the field of habit change and the “science of self-mastery”, having combined over 20 years of experience with mindfulness training with his scientific research therein. He is the Director of Research and Innovation at the Mindfulness Center and associate professor in Behavioral and Social Sciences and Psychiatry at the Schools of Public Health and Medicine at Brown University. He is also the executive medical director of behavioral health at Sharecare Inc. and a research affiliate at MIT. A psychiatrist and internationally known expert in mindfulness training for addictions, Brewer has developed and tested novel mindfulness programs for habit change, including both in-person and app-based treatments for smoking, emotional eating, and anxiety. He has also studied the underlying neural mechanisms of mindfulness using standard and real-time fMRI and EEG neurofeedback. He is the author of The Craving Mind: from cigarettes to smartphones to love, why we get hooked and how we can break bad habits and the New York Times best-seller, Unwinding Anxiety: New Science Shows How to Break the Cycles of Worry and Fear to Heal Your Mind. Follow him on Twitter @drjudbrewer
    Episode Segments[00:00] - Introduction
    [01:11] - About Dr. Jud
    [2:33] - Sponsor: Lightfully Behavioral Health
    [3:33] - Dr. Jud’s Personal Experience With Anger
    [7:58] - Diana’s Personal Experience With Anger
    [9:26] - What Mechanism Drives Anger?
    [13:34] - How Values Are Related To Anger
    [15:31] - Self-Righteous Anger
    [18:09] - The Behavioral Neuroscience Of Anger
    [20:44] - Anger As A Habit Loop
    [24:32] - The Costs Of Anger
    [31:04] - Compassion And Anger
    [33:36] - 3 Steps To Changing Your Anger Habit
    [43:19] - Your Daily Practice
    [45:18] - Connect With The Podcast
    Key TakeawaysAnger is an emotion that has a mechanism that keeps it going and reinforces it.
    Often anger can be triggered by getting something we don’t want, having something we want taken away, or when we feel our values are threatened
    Evolutionarily, anger may be linked to maintaining our social status
    Anger can become a habit loop with a trigger, behavior, and result associated with it. The first step in changing your anger habit is to map out its loop.
    It is possible to take action against injustice without acting from anger, but acting from compassion and values
    For long-term change, focus on the bigger better offer of being compassionate
    Relevant Resources Mentionedhttps://drdianahill.com/extras/ (Download your Daily Process for Episode 3 Here)
    Read Dr. Jud’s books: https://bookshop.org/books/the-craving-mind-from-cigarettes-to-smartphones-to-love-why-we-get-hooked-and-how-we-can-break-bad-habits/9780300234367 (The Craving Mind) and https://bookshop.org/books/unwinding-anxiety-new-science-shows-how-to-break-the-cycles-of-worry-and-fear-to-heal-your-mind/9780593330449 (Unwinding Anxiety)
    https://drjud.com/ (Learn more about Dr. Jud’s Aps and programs) for eating, anxiety, and smoking
    Check out Dr. Jud on the http://www.fromstrivingtothriving.com/ (From Striving to Thriving Summit) with Diana
    https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fnbeh.2014.00424/full (Research study Diana mentions about compassion meditators and anger )
    Learn more about http://www.lightfully.com/ (Lightfully Behavioral Health)
    Thank you for listening to Your Life in Process! If you have any questions or feedback you can email me, send me a voice message at (805) 457-2776, or

    • 46 min
    Dopamine Nation: The Neuroscience Of Our Everyday Addictions With Dr. Anna Lembke

    Dopamine Nation: The Neuroscience Of Our Everyday Addictions With Dr. Anna Lembke

    Our world is increasingly designed to addict us. What is happening in our brains when we are hooked and what can we do about it? In this episode, Dr. Anna Lembke and Dr. Diana Hill explore the neuroscience of addiction, and how we’ve become addicted to everything from sex, to food, to our smartphones. Anna and Diana also share their personal experiences with addiction and effective strategies to help you get your life and your brain back into balance.
    About Dr. Anna LembkeAnna Lembke, MD is a professor of psychiatry at Stanford University School of Medicine and chief of the Stanford Addiction Medicine Dual Diagnosis Clinic. A clinician scholar, she has published more than a hundred peer-reviewed papers, book chapters, and commentaries. She sits on the board of several state and national addiction-focused organizations, has testified before various committees in the United States House of Representatives and Senate, keeps an active speaking calendar, and maintains a thriving clinical practice. She is the author of Drug Dealer, MD – How Doctors Were Duped, Patients Got Hooked, and Why It’s So Hard to Stop, recently appeared on the Netflix documentary The Social Dilemma, is her new book, Dopamine Nation: Finding Balance in the Age of Indulgence was an instant New York Times bestseller.
    Episode Segments[00:00] - Introduction
    [00:28] - About Anna Lembke
    [02:44] - The Neuroscience of Addiction
    [10:29] - How Addiction Definitions Have Changed
    [14:32] - What Makes You At Greater Risk For Addiction?
    [18:48] - Are We Addicted to Productivity?
    [20:56] - How To Get Unhooked
    [25:36] - Why Give It 30 Days
    [29:28] - How Do We Prevent Technology Addiction in Kids?
    [39:11] - What Is Self-binding?
    [45:46] - Dr. Lembke's Personal Recovery
    [49:01] - Pressing On the Pain Side with Hormesis
    [54:41] - Your Daily Practice
    [56:42] - Connect With The Podcast
    Key TakeawaysThere are common biological and psychosocial processes that underlie addictions
    Pain and pleasure are co-located in the brain. Pain and pleasure work on opposite sides of a balance. When we press on the pleasure side of the balance, our brain adapts by increasing the pain side of the equation. We feel awful, which then triggers us to seek out more pleasure.
    You can become addicted to any substance or behavior that releases dopamine. Most things in our modern world have been “drugified” to increase dopamine release.
    Two strategies to reset your dopamine brain balance are a 30-day detox and self-binding.
    Technology overuse at a young age can lead to kids missing out on important developmental tasks like moving their bodies, social skills, enjoying time in nature, and distress tolerance.
    Relevant Resources Mentionedhttps://drdianahill.com/extras/ (Download your Daily Process for Episode 2 Here)
    Read https://bookshop.org/books/dopamine-nation-finding-balance-in-the-age-of-indulgence/9781524746728 (Dopamine Nation by Anna Lembke)
    Check out Diana’s https://drdianahill.com/the-sweet-spot-with-paul-bloom/ (Interview with Paul Bloom), author of The Sweet Spot
    https://drdianahill.com/ (Get your free ACT Daily Vision Board at drdianahill.com)
    Read about https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/striving-thriving/202111/why-choosing-pain-may-be-key-meaningful-life (Why Choosing Pain May Be a Key to a Meaningful Life)
    Thank you for listening to Your Life in Process! If you have any questions or feedback you can email me, send me a voice message at (805) 457-2776, or message me on http://instagram.com/drdianahill (Instagram). Remember when you become psychologically flexible, you become free.
    Subscribe for free on https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/your-life-in-process/id1596820706 (Apple Podcasts), https://open.spotify.com/show/1Kpkt3xGpyZm5UQYMKu4Uo (Spotify), https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5jYXB0aXZhdGUuZm0veW91ci1saWZlLWluLXByb2Nlc3Mv (Google Podcasts)
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    • 57 min
    How to Become Psychologically Flexible and Thrive with ACT Expert Dr. Diana Hill

    How to Become Psychologically Flexible and Thrive with ACT Expert Dr. Diana Hill

    How do you set up a psychologically flexible life that's about thriving and taking action towards meaningful goals? How do you know what your values are and how can you use the ACT process of values to flourish? In this first episode of Your Life in Process, Dr. Diana Hill introduces a way of living that’s about turning toward what matters most to you and asks you three provocative questions to explore your values. You will learn how to spot your values in your everyday life, and get a deeper understanding of what it means to live your life “in process”.
    About Dr. Diana Hillhttps://drdianahill.com/ (Diana Hill, Ph.D.) is a modern psychologist, mom, yoga teacher, and co-author of https://drdianahill.com/book/ (ACT Daily Journal: Get unstuck and live fully with Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.) She sees herself as your psychological flexibility guide, offering practical, science-backed and integrative strategies to help you skillfully adapt to life’s challenges. In her high-performance coaching and therapy practice, Diana brings a compassionate, process-based approach to building a rewarding and meaningful life.
    In her podcast, https://drdianahill.com/podcast/ (Your LIfe in Process), Diana helps you develop your https://drdianahill.com/6-macronutrients-for-psychological-flexibility/ (psychological flexibility) so that you can thrive in your work, relationships, and health. Diana completed her undergraduate work at UC Santa Barbara, majoring in Biopsychology, followed by a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology at CU Boulder where she researchedhttps://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/eat.20812 ( mindfulness and acceptance-based approaches for eating disorders). She completed her yoga teacher training with the Eldorado Mountain School of Yoga.
    You can catch Diana on https://www.instagram.com/drdianahill/ (Instagram) and read her blog on https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/striving-thriving (Psychology Today). If you are interested in taking a deeper dive with her, check out her https://drdianahill.com/events/category/workshop/ (workshops )for professionals and the general public. She’s here to walk alongside you as you enjoy the journey of your life, in process.
    Episode Segments[00:00] Introduction
    [00:29] Meet Dr. Diana Hill
    [01:13] What Is Psychological Flexibility?
    [05:59] What Are Values?
    [11:52] 3 Questions To Explore Your Values
    [22:37] Why Psychological Flexibility Is A Good Idea
    [31:00] Tangible Takeaways
    [32:04] Your Daily Practice
    [33:21] Connect With The Podcast
    Key TakeawaysPsychological flexibility is a modern approach to living that involves knowing what you care about, staying present, acting on that care, even in the face of obstacles.
    When you act on your values, you act in a way that is consistent with the type of person you want to be in the world
    Three questions to explore your values: What was a moment this past week when you experienced sweetness? When did you experience pain or discomfort? When did you experience envy? What do these moments tell you about what you care about?
    Psychological flexibility is a good idea because it is science-backed, it’s personalized, it involves core processes that you can apply to many domains of your life, and you can grow stronger at it with practice
    Relevant Resources Mentionedhttps://drdianahill.com/extras/ (Download your Daily Process for Episode 1 here)
    Check out the Sweet Spot Exercise in https://bookshop.org/books/mindfulness-for-two-an-acceptance-and-commitment-therapy-approach-to-mindfulness-in-psychotherapy/9781608822669 (Mindfulness for Two: An Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Approach to Mindfulness in Psychotherapy) by Kelly Wilson
    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6350520/ (The Future of Intervention Science: Process-Based Therapy) by Stefan Hoffman and Steven C. Hayes
    Diana’s blog post on thehttps://drdianahill.com/6-macronutrients-for-psychological-flexibility/ ( 6 Core Processes of ACT)...

    • 34 min

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