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    Introducing Say More with Dr? Sheila

    enSeptember 22, 2023

    Podcast Summary

    • Learn from others' relationship issues with 'Say More with doctor Sheila'Through relatable guests and Amy Poehler's portrayal of a therapist, this podcast offers insights into various relationship topics and the joy of comparing our problems to others

      "Say More with doctor Sheila," a new podcast featuring Amy Poehler as a self-proclaimed couples therapist, offers listeners a glimpse into therapy sessions where they can learn and compare their relationship issues with others. The show tackles various topics such as disagreements, open relationships, and ethical non-monogamy. The humor and relatability of the guests and Amy Poehler's portrayal of doctor Sheila make for an entertaining and insightful listening experience. Comparing our problems to others can bring both joy and perspective, and "Say More with doctor Sheila" provides a platform for just that. Tune in to the Odysee app and other podcast platforms to listen and learn from doctor Sheila's sessions.

    • Exploring vulnerability and growth through unique therapy techniquesEmbrace vulnerability, prioritize personal growth, and find support through unique therapy techniques and consistent relationships.

      Letting go of control and allowing yourself to be vulnerable can lead to growth and connection. The speaker shares her unique therapy techniques, including the unexpected request for a patient to let her pee on a chair as a symbol of commitment. She also emphasizes the importance of consistency and support, as demonstrated by her mother's reliability and her own therapy sessions. The speaker also pokes fun at the therapeutic process and invites listeners to join her in exploring the complexities of human emotions through her podcast, "Say More with Doctor Sheila." Ultimately, the speaker encourages listeners to focus on their own personal growth and not to worry too much about external validation or credentials.

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