Dr. Laura Dabney helps high-profile and successful men to deal with anger, sadness and neediness.
Personally, I’ve struggled (at times unknowingly) with all of these issues, and today’s show opened my eyes to a few ideas I’ve never once thought about.
In this conversation, we’ll explore…
- Why venting doesn’t have to be out loud
- When and why we must put up boundaries
- How to prevent anger from turning into rage
- How men turn their neediness into unhealthy altruism
- When joking your way out of sadness doesn’t work
- How intimacy is transparency
- How positivity is a result of dealing with negativity
More About Laura Dabney …
Laura Dabney, MD has made a career of taking on psychiatry’s toughest challenges—from treating complex, combined medical and psychological conditions, to ensuring the absolute privacy of powerful, high-profile patients.
Dr. Dabney’s patients come for many reasons: depression and anxiety, recent break-ups or a lifetime of toxic relationships.
She is warm, knowledgeable, and committed to your success.
Be well men.
PS. You can connect to Dr. Laura and get more info at lauradabney.com/frontrowfactor
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