Achieving Goals with Sticky Notes and the Importance of Finding The Right Therapist with The Shrink Chicks
Brandi’s just got back to Nashville after a long flight, and she’s ready to talk all things Bachelor and Dr. Death. And this week we have guests on that are actually not Cyrus family members! The Shrink Chicks are all about positivity and sticky note reminders, and Tish mentions Miley happens to be a fan as well! She has sticky notes just about everywhere, on her coffee pot, fridge, etc. They serve as positive reminders for MC to be grateful, to make a smoothie, to work out. Tish, Brandi and our guests highly recommend! But Tish wonders if the post-its could just be a bit more aesthetically pleasing. Tish also opens up about her struggles with working out and eating well and The Shrink Chicks say that there’s no one size fits all lifestyle that works for everyone. It’s all about figuring out what works for you, what’s doable and setting realistic goals.
Big goals can feel overwhelming and sometimes stop people from pursuing their dreams in the first place, so the Shrink Chicks recommend breaking up a dream into achievable daily stepping stones you can actually achieve. It’s not actually success that gives people self-esteem, it’s mastery.The group discusses the pros and cons of social media and theorize that we don’t necessarily have a super healthy relationship with social media or the internet, because it evolved so quickly that our brains haven’t been able to keep up. When Tish was in high school, there weren’t even cell phones!
Brandi asks The Shrink Chicks about the stigma around therapy and what’s the best way to approach it if you’re new to it. Hot tip, make sure you click with your therapist. Emmalee and Jennifer reveal the reason why they became therapists in the first place was because they had terrible experiences with their own therapists, and they thought uh, we would do it better than this! Tish reveals she’s scared to start therapy because what if she doesn’t like the therapist? She hates hurting people’s feelings! Hope you enjoyed this episode. See you next week Stoners!