What's the difference between reflection and rumination? Healthy self-reflection can turn into rumination if you're not careful, and while self-reflection can be a really productive and helpful tool, rumination tends to be the opposite. In this episode, we're taking a deeper dive into the differences between reflection and rumination and the characteristics of each. You'll learn how to identify rumination quickly and move past it into a healthier mental space. We'll talk about why rumination is not helpful and self-reflection is and how to cut back on time spent ruminating to make more time for healthy reflection. Topics covered in this episode include:The difference between healthy reflection and rumination How to identify rumination Two ways to encourage healthy self-reflectionFour steps to move past rumination If you often find yourself ruminating on something you said or did a long time ago, or on feedback that you beat yourself up over, you will benefit from the tools in this episode. All show notes are available at https://katrinaubellmd.com/podcast!!Resources Mentioned:Leave a Review of My Book: https://a.co/d/4BwGZ6vDownload your free Podcast Roadmap now at katrinaubellmd.com/start!
Just because you're capable of doing something, doesn't mean you have the capacity to do it. So why do we feel like we have to say yes to things even when we know we're at max capacity?As women in the healthcare industry (or really any industry) we tend to fear being perceived as incapable. You may not even realize it, but subconsciously you might be holding onto the idea that if you say no to something, your colleagues are going to think you can't do it. Ultimately, that's just not a good enough reason to do things, so in this episode of Weight Loss for Busy Physicians, I'm sharing some questions that you can ask yourself to identify whether or not you want to do something and have the capacity for it. We're also talking about how to say no when you know that what you're being asked to do isn't right for you. Topics covered in this episode include:Things that we tend to take on even when we don't have the capacity for themHow overextending yourself relates to your eating habits Questions to ask yourself when you're considering taking on something new If you have a hard time saying no to things, this is for you. All show notes are available at https://katrinaubellmd.com/podcast!!Resources Mentioned:Leave a Review of My Book: https://a.co/d/4BwGZ6vDownload your free Podcast Roadmap now at katrinaubellmd.com/start!
In today's video, I'm going to share 7 tips to help you overcome your fear of abandonment in relationships. Are you afraid of abandonment in your relationships? If so, you're not alone! Many people are afraid of abandonment, and for good reason. abandonment can be a very traumatic experience. In today's video, I'm going to share with you 7 tips that will help you overcome your fear of abandonment in relationships.
Are you guilty of outrage addiction? Recognizing it in others is one thing, but acknowledging it within ourselves is a whole new challenge. There is so much information out there on this topic, but in this episode of Weight Loss for Busy Physicians, I want to talk about it in your life. There are so many people talking about the problems with outrage addiction but no one talking about the solutions. That's why in this episode, we're not just pointing out the problem – we're exploring the remedies and strategies to break free from this mind-consuming cycle.Topics covered in this episode include:The reason we engage in outrageThe costs of outrage in your lifeSteps to take if you are in the grips of outrage addictionYou don't have to let outrage addiction consume your life. Tune in now to find out how to navigate through outrage and towards a more empowered state of being.All show notes are available at https://katrinaubellmd.com/podcast!!Resources Mentioned:Leave a Review of My Book: https://a.co/d/4BwGZ6vDownload the Six Steps to Jumpstart Your Weight Loss right now at katrinaubellmd.com/six!
Why do we feel shame so heavily around gaining weight back after losing some?There is an explanation for this when we think about the messages we receive about weight throughout our lives, but those external messages don't actually mean anything about your worth at all. I'm making it my mission to release you of the shame surrounding weight gain. In this episode of Weight Loss for Busy Physicians, I'm unpacking how to separate your body from your self-worth. I really think it's time we stopped shaming ourselves for gaining weight back and started working on our self-love, self-compassion, and self-worth at any weight. Topics covered in this episode include:Why gaining weight back makes us feel shame How to get out of your own head Reaching a healthy mindset to lose weight from Separating your self-worth from your body It's easier to love yourself when you've reached your goal and you're maintaining the weight you want; it's harder to love yourself when you're not. That's the work we need to do, and it starts here. All show notes are available at https://katrinaubellmd.com/podcast!!Resources Mentioned:Enroll in Weight Loss for Doctors Only: katrinaubellmd.com/infoLeave a Review of My Book: https://a.co/d/4BwGZ6vWe're enrolling the Weight Loss for Doctors Only coaching program now! To join us or get all the details, go to katrinaubellmd.com/info.