Last week, Dr. Gabor Maté sat down with us for PART 1 of a real conversation about his instant best-seller, The Myth of Normal: Trauma, Illness, & Healing in a Toxic Culture. We talked about why you feel all alone but how you’re not the only one, the Genocide of Authenticity, how 90% of people are addicts and the other 10% won’t admit it, and so much more. But we have so much more to get to this episode … Also, there’s a reason why more than 10 million people - and growing - have watched this.
Things to listen for in Part 2 with Gabor:
How your coping mechanisms that helped you through trauma hurt you now.
Why siblings can each turn out so differently.
Truth. It’s not what you think it is.
Your THREE brains.
Narcissism, Donald Trump, and the growing narcissist-effect in society.
If you believe there’s no hope, Gabor puts things into perspective to help you through. (The best advice I’ve heard yet on how to keep going.)
Gabor shares his biggest failure.
Yes, I asked Dr. Gabor Maté about his biggest failure because we talk far too much about our successes. Think about it: Failures are like earthquakes. And mountains do not rise without earthquakes. As it turns out, Gabor’s answer was so compelling - that it created a future episode for this podcast, with his son: Daniel Maté.
Also, there’s a reason why 10 million people - and growing - have watched this:
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Also, in the coming days, we will continue to release videos with Gabor - and behind-the-scenes footage. Now, make sure to subscribe to my newly launched YouTube channel so you will be notified. You don’t want to miss out
And if you missed PART 1 of this conversation, I highly suggest you listen to that before you leave your review on Apple or Spotify - or wherever you listen. I could give you some super cute plea to do so, or just simply explain that this makes it easier for people to find this podcast.
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