The Savvy Psychologist's Quick and Dirty Tips for Better Mental Health

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Welcome to psychology for the rest of us. Host Dr. Jade Wu takes the science of psychology and makes it both entertaining and relatable. Using a sympathetic ear and evidence-based research, she explains the ‘why’ behind emotions like joy, anger, fear...Show More


10:21 | Jun 27th, 2019

Do you hate apologies that are mostly just defensive arguing? I’m sorry you feel that way. This week, Savvy Psychologist Dr. Ellen Hendriksen explains why so many people are resistant to apologizing a...Show More
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Wow. The takeaway: both apologizing and not apologizing is good for self-esteem. People who don't apologize take it as a form of shame and h...Show More

10:15 | Feb 2nd, 2018

They say you stay up too late and got nothing in your brain? It’s normal to care what important people in your life think of you. But if caring too much makes you stressed or you live your life by o...Show More
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As an anxious person, I found this really helpful! She provides real things that you can do to weed out unhelpful thought patterns that make...Show More

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12:24 | Oct 12th, 2018

From a child who needs a bribe to make it through an errand to the colleague who expects you to rescue him from his poor planning, entitled individuals are more demanding than The Rock’s workout sched...Show More

10:28 | Sep 29th, 2017

Narcissists are like the sun—they make everyone orbit around them. But what happens when someone pathologically vain and egotistical also happens to be your mom or dad? This week, Savvy Psychologist D...Show More

10:24 | Sep 22nd, 2017

Toxic co-worker? Steer clear. Toxic friend? Time for a breakup. But what if the toxic person in question is perched firmly in your family tree? This week, Savvy Psychologist Dr. Ellen Hendriksen offer...Show More
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