Why is experimentation during aging seldom discussed? Making new social connections, working out at the gym, and accepting new opportunities are all longevity bonuses but how many people embrace them? In this special one-on-one interview, Host, Mike Domitrz, welcomes Dr. Andrea Brandt who shares her elevating views on how to create a vision of what life could be and how to mindfully reclaim it in a positive way as we age.
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[1:28] Mindful aging means you are never too old.
[4:40] How to reclaim your life in a positive way.
[11:31] Experiment and if it doesn’t serve you get rid of it.
[17:18] Using mindfulness to stay present and be still.
[25:30] We are social beings who need connection.
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Andrea Brandt, Ph.D., MFT, has over 35 years of clinical experience as a renowned psychotherapist, speaker, and author. In her work, Dr. Brandt reveals positive paths to emotional health that teach you how to reinvent and empower yourself. She emphasizes the mind-body-heart connection as a key to mental, physical, and emotional wellness.
A featured media expert, Dr. Brandt has appeared on numerous television programs, radio shows, and podcasts. She is a contributing writer for Psychology Today and has written blog posts for The Huffington Post, Mind Body Green, Psych Central, and more. Long recognized as a pioneer in the field of treating anger issues, Dr. Brandt is the author of 8 Keys to Eliminating Passive-Aggressiveness, Mindful Anger: A Pathway to Emotional Freedom and her newest book, Mindful Aging: Embracing Your Life After 50 to Find Fulfillment, Purpose, and Joy.
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