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Tyler Woods believes in a holistic approach to mental health care. That is because it does much more than just manage symptoms, it's an approach that emphasizes the interrelationship between mind, body, and spirit and can be any form of practice that is outside the realm of conventional western medicine. Holistic mental health and healing is an ongoing journey of discovery and ultimately is about living better, being healthier, and striving for wholeness and will offer great insight on this ...
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Join Tyler Woods as she discusses what your passion is. She suggests using your heart compass to discover your passion. After all, the heart sends more information to the brain than the brain sends to the heart, and that is a powerful tool for finding your passion. She also believes everything we need, including passion, is right in front of our fa…
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Join Tyler Woods, Ph.D., as she talks about how thoughts are powerful and how we are a product of our thoughts. She will talk about how it is important to start paying attention to your thoughts because many of us have automatic negative thoughts. She will talk about how mindfulness is helpful when challenging these automatic negative thoughts. It …
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Listening to Tyler Woods today, and she helps you try to understand gaslighting. First, let’s give social media a big cheer for confusing people with what gaslighting is. On social media, anyone who wronged you or anyone whom you are mad at is a gaslighter. That is far from the truth. Gaslighting is where someone manipulates you and your conversati…
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Join Tyler Woods Today and she talks about how we have learned so much about social media and the effects it has on mental health. She has studied social media since its creation, and she fully understands and shares how social media can create mental health issues, it also leads to poor body image, increases cyberbullying, comparing ourselves to o…
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Join Tyler Woods PhD as she talks about when someone holds a grudge or resentment, it has nothing to do with you; it is just about people holding on so tightly it affects the very core of their lives. Tyler believes that it is important that you recognize what resentments and or grudges are all about and that they serve as a protective mechanism th…
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Join Tyler Woods, PhD as she talks about how taking responsibility empowers us as this wonderful opportunity gives us the power to learn and be a better person. It helps us become more self-aware, and it can really help our relationships with those around us because it helps us communicate better. Most importantly, taking responsibility and being a…
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Join Tyler Woods PhD as she talks about the latest buzz word toxic. She talks how it is an overused buzzword, and it belittles what it is like to just be a human being and if someone’s opinion or attitude doesn’t fit into what we personally feel is acceptable or doable, they are labeled toxic. using the word toxic is more like a defense mechanism a…
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Today Tyler Woods talks about parents that enable their grown child. Enabling parents basically removes that person from having to take responsibility for their behavior and the parent will always fix, solve, or make the consequences go away. Today Tyler talks about how it effects adult children by not allowing them to grow and what parents can do …
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Join Tyler Woods today as she talks about suicide and how mainstream religion sees it as a sin while spirituality will view it as a depleted emotional immune system. Suicide is not a sin as religion states, it is a symptom of an emotional problem be it depression, bi-polar, addictions and the many disorders the brain has and that is not a sin rathe…
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Join Tyler Woods today as she talks about how patience should not be a virtue rather a skill. She beleive the problem is, we live in a time where being a virtue can mean so many different things to different people that we lost what means good. Shesays skip the word virtue and say patience should be a habit that we create. Maybe it can be a skill t…
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Tyler Woods continues her conversation about anger by talking about letting go of anger. She share how anger starts in the mind but takes over the entire body, mind, body and spirit. Today she will talk about how anger harms the self and ways to release that anger and begin to feel peace.
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Tyler Woods PhD believes that it is vital to learn how to cope with your own feelings when you are approachedby an angry person. You should try to understand their feelings and respond with kindness over anger. If you are an angry person there is help. You can see a therapist, attend anger management classes, seek a spiritual way to understand your…
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Tyler talks today about a friend of hers that she has know for 28 years and how she is watching her die and discovering meaning to life. A meaningful life is important because it gives us a purpose and something to live for. She talks about how important it is to devote yourself to creating something that gives you purpose and meaning.…
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Join Tyler Woods as she talks about fears that become so intense that it interferes with your daily functioning or well-being and it can be classified as a specific phobia, which is a type of anxiety disorder. Fear becomes a phobia when the anticipation, or anxiety, as well as the mental and physical response is so great that is it debilitating and…
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Join Tyler Woods today as she talks about how in our society derive our self-worth from what we do for a living. We put people in little boxes based on what they do for a living. People always ask us, "what do you do for a living." A She finds this question interesting to navigate because she believes that our authentic self is simply a collection …
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Tyler Woods asks the question how do we deal with a person that is so emotionally immaturity? First and foremost, do not let them change your history. They are always changing their story, so they feel safe, or so they are the hero's and everyone else is the villain. She feels it is vital to also set boundaries and do not let them wreak havoc on yo…
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Join Tyler Woods as she talks about understanding the pathological liar. This type of lying may be a sign of an underlying mental health condition. These people lie so much they don’t even know that they are doing it and do not know the difference between fact and fiction. She give tips as to how to deal with a pathological liar and feel good about…
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Join Tyler Woods PhD as she talks about think how a big part of our development is to recognize our own decisions. We measure ourselves and consciously choose people for ourselves not because someone “warned” you. She believes we judge and when we need to consider that people’s opinions come from their own experiences, their own judgements, their o…
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Welcome and join Dr Tyler Woods as she talks about American being a death-denying culture. Tyler says we must stop avoiding talking about death. It is quite common in our culture to avoid openly talking about mortality, which harms people in so many ways and it leaves many unprepared in some of their most difficult life transitions. There is a deep…
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Join Tyler Woods PhD as she talks about people with chronic pain. They often feel exhausted and feel judged or neglected by family, friends and medical professionals. They never want to upset someone but because they are in pain they live on pain time, which is all the time! They are exhausted from trying so many things that don’t work. Pain create…
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Join Tyler Woods PhD today as she talks about powerless and powerful. She understands that life is going to throw us curve balls and it will be easy to feel powerless. Did you know that feeling powerless is not an emotion like fear, hurt, anger, sadness, or joy? Powerlessness is a decision. No matter how powerless we feel, we have to learn and unde…
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Join Tyler Woods as she talks about greeting your authentic self. Recently a friend told her she did not like the real Tyler and basically preferred the sugar coated version of people where they people please because being authentic is very upsetting to people who need you to be people pleasers rather than the real you. Join Tyler as she shares the…
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Join Tyler Woods today as she talks about grief and how it is not a Prozac deviancy and there are no medications that make this natural occurrence go away. In fact grief is not even a destination, it is simply a journey that at some point we will all experience because there is no escaping grief. Grief is simple yet complicated. In its simplest for…
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Join Tyler Woods today as she talks about how not everyone is going to like us. ! Whatever is happening with someone’s else’s opinion of you has nothing to do with you, with who you are or what you have said or done. You as a person with all your qualities and flaws don't factor at all in whatever is going on with the other person. We all have a pu…
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Join Tyler Woods Ph.D. today as she talks about how research has found that people form stronger bonds when they are able to talk about their dislike towards others. Disliking someone forms stronger bonds and gives us a connection. We need to remember that a connection based on a negative emotion is bound to have a negative outcome down the road. S…
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Join Tyler Woods today as she talks about how holding a grudge allows you to harbor anger, bitterness, resentment, and other negative feelings long after someone has done something to hurt you. She talks about how when you chose to hold onto hurt, pain and grudges, there will not be much left to you to hold onto because grudges are heavy. You are h…
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Join Tyler Woods as she talks about how patience is power. It is strong and some people have to learn and discover it because they were never taught it. Patience grows and it grows in the rocky terrain. The rockier it gets the more opportunity patience give you to practice it. Tyler says she heard somewhere patience is the soulmate of compassion an…
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Join Tyler Woods as she talks about the lessons we learn from our mistakes, our choices, and our lifestyle. The lesson that teaches us that life is not a checklist rather a practice. We are all here to learn the lessons life offers us. Life lessons offer us these wonderful little nuggets of knowledge and wisdom. If we learn life lessons, we begin t…
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Join Tyler Woods as she talks about how spirituality, not religion, rather spirituality can help with mental health and wellbeing. Spirituality can help us feel more grounded, feel better about ourselves, which reduces anxiety and depression. It is about connecting the mind, the body and the spirit for a more holistic approach to mental health.…
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Join Dr. Tyler Woods today as she talks about how she views depression and anxiety as three pillars. She believes that we forget that the mind, body and spirit do not allow us to stand alone with depression and anxiety. It has us stand on three very solid pillars. The first pillar is the thought process which is the product of our mind. The second …
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Bariatric surgery is an effective tool for long-term weight loss in patients with obesity; however, There seems to be a huge taboo with the medical profession with weight loss surgery and mental health. It's important for all patients to receive counseling before and after weight-loss surgery and afterward to set realistic expectations and learn to…
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Every few years a new psychological term enters popular consciousness and is misused and misunderstood. This year’s term is “Narcissist.” It now seems that “Narcissist” is now a catch-all for anyone who’s wronged us. The term has been misused and overused so flagrantly that it’s now all but meaningless when it comes to labeling truly destructive te…
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Join Tyler Woods Ph.D. as she talks about dysfunctional families. She explains how a family is dysfunctional if they regularly experience conflict, misbehavior, or abuse in a way that creates harm. The impacts of growing up in a dysfunctional family can be long-lasting. However, it doesn't have to determine your destiny and you can learn to heal. J…
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Join Dr Tyler Woods as she talks about narcissists. She is very active in recovery with narcissistic people. She believes narcissists aren’t looking for friends or family rather they’re looking for obedient admirers. She explains that narcissists crave admiration and attention like a junkie crave their drug. Attention is their drug of choice. Narci…
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Join Dr Tyler Woods as she talks about a real new issues called Fear of Missing Out (FOMO). It is an anxiety over the idea that other people might be having fulfilling experiences without you. FOMO often originates in unhappiness and low self-esteem, anxiety disorder and higher levels of fear of missing out. The problem with FOMO is the individuals…
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Should people in recovery from alcohol or drugs use medical marijuana? For people in recovery, there is a big difference between needs vs. wants. For a person in a normal healthy state, there is no need to take a substance with mind-altering components… that would be considered a “want.” However, for people in recovery who have health issues, surge…
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Random acts of kindness and expressing gratitude can go a long way in improving your mental health. Science confirms that pro-social behaviors generate positive moods, particularly in people with anxiety or depression. By doing something nice for someone else, you’re also helping yourself at the same time. Join Dr Tyler Woods as she talks about kin…
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Buddhism is becoming popular in western countries for a number of reasons and mental health providers around the world are now discovering to be both very advanced and effective. Western psychology adopts the attitude that the individual must be “helped”. Eastern psychology has a more holistic perspectives and recognizes that life is a universal pr…
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We all know a pathological liar and we all want to try to confront these people and you can try to confront them in a gentle kind way however these type people have a way with making everyone see you the confronter as the crazy one. The key thing to remember is take care of you. The pathological liars is cunning and baffling and they have followers…
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Join Tyler Woods today as she talks about how mainstream psychology attempts to fix mental health problems with medication while holistic mental health attempts to cure them with diet, nutritional supplements and changes in lifestyle. The hallmark in the holistic mental health approach is that each person is treated according to their unique needs.…
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Join Dr. Tyler Woods as she talks about emotions and how they can bridge our thoughts, feelings, and actions are there to let us know how things are going in our lives. When our emotions are positive and free flowing, meaning allowing emotions to be felt and expressed with out resistance then it raises the movement within the cells of our bodies an…
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Life is messy. Life is a strange melody of events and emotions. Some are good, some are hurtful. We have no real control over it, but we do have control over how we react. The more we accept emotional pain as a natural part of our life, the more emotional freedom we come to find when we are faced with hurt and soon we learn to find peace in the hur…
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Taking responsibility is very tough because often times an abundance of shame comes with that. It’s easy to point the finger at others, it is tougher to point the finger back at ourselves. When we refuse to look at our own behaviors, we tend to cast them on others. Blame keeps us stuck in the same patterns. Tyler points out that when you blame othe…
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Do you have any difficult people in your life? People who easily hurt with words? They appear defensive so they put you on the defensive. Do you have to watch every word you say around certain people for fear you will set off some trigger in them that causes them to lash out in anger. When you don’t heal, you hurt, you hurt others. Listen and learn…
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It is important to understand that an accurate diagnosis is life-saving and many doctors often do not take enough time with patients to get to the root cause of their issues. Some people are extremely surprised that there are so many medical conditions that mimic depression. Many people on put on antidepressants for a medical condition because doct…
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It is now said that a micromanager is considered a bully. What is micromanaging and how do we deal with it? When a person decides to micromanage, there are prolonged and repeated hostile behaviors conducted by at least one person toward one or more individuals when they are unable to resolve their conflicts in non-hostile manners and can causing pr…
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