The Model Health Show

Trauma and hardships are a natural part of the human experience. None of us are immune from life’s difficulties, but what truly matters is how we navigate those experiences. When we are able to build resilience, we sharpen our skills, reframe our challenges, and become better and happier. 

On today’s show, you’re going to hear from Dr. Neeta Bhushan. She is a world-renowned emotional health advocate and the author of That Sucked. Now What? She’s joining us on this episode of The Model Health Show to share tools and strategies for developing resilience so you can live your best life. 

You’re going to learn what it means to be resilient, and the five steps you need to undergo in order to thrive. We’ll discuss the trap of the victim mindset and the problem with downplaying your negative experiences. This episode contains powerful insights on resiliency and the power you hold to take charge of your life. I hope you enjoy this interview with Dr. Neeta Bhushan! 

In this episode you’ll discover:

  • The root of the world resilience. 
  • What it means to sit in the suck. 
  • The power of embracing your soft side. 
  • How Dr. Neeta developed resiliency and learned to handle grief.
  • The five stages of the Fly Forward framework. 
  • What it truly means to thrive. 
  • Why most people fail to achieve their goals. 
  • The power of radical self-awareness. 
  • How a victim mentality can become your identity and keep you stuck. 
  • What it means to write a failure resume. 
  • How to reframe your story. 
  • The problem with downplaying your hardships.
  • Why resiliency can also mean being soft. 
  • How to change your perspective and rewire your brain.
  • The importance of experiencing good stress. 

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