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41 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Guy Winch. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Guy Winch, often where they are interviewed.

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41 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Guy Winch. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Guy Winch, often where they are interviewed.

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Guy Winch 2-26-2018 (rebroadcast)

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Psychologist and author Guy Winch

Guy Winch is a licensed psychologist, author, and keynote speaker. His TED Talk, "Why We All Need to Practice Emotional First Aid," has been viewed over 5 million times. Winch's latest book, How to Fix a Broken Heart, focuses on two types of emotional pain that are often marginalized—romantic heartbreak and the heartbreak that results from the loss of a cherished pet—and reveals how these two grief experiences impact our brain and our behavior, and the steps we can take to take control of our lives, heal, and move on.

Apr 21 2020


@Dr Guy Winch: How To Be Emotionally Stronger During This Pandemic

A Higher Branch
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In this weeks podcast, we interview Dr Guy Winch, Psychologist, Best-Selling Author, TED Speaker and key note speaker at Upgrade Your Life both in 2019 and 2020.Dr Guy shares ways to maintain emotional health during a pandemic. He provides us tips for managing household relationships and working from home, and practicing self-care during these challenging times.
In this episode you will learn:
  • Ways to monitor your emotional health
  • How do we practise gratitude during this pandemic
  • What are the challenges that couples are facing during social isolation
  • Why couples need to have regular ‘meetings’
  • Tips for people working from home and how to switch off
  • How can we be a good friend during these times
  • Why we should not assume that people need support in the same way
  • and much, much more.
Short for time? See below time stamps for key talking points:13.50 - Ways to monitor your emotional health17.43 - How do we practice gratitude during this pandemic24.41 - What are the challenges that couples are facing during social isolation28.58 - Why couples need to have regular ‘meetings’38.51 - Tips for people working from home and how to switch off49.09 - How can we be a good friend during these times53.38 - Why we should not assume that people need support in the same way

Apr 16 2020

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WTF Is Emotional Hygiene?! With Guy Winch

What I Know Now with Amelia Liana
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What is emotional hygiene? Well we like to think of it as the practice of keeping up your mental health. Amelia identified how at the beginning of a new chapter with someone you often throw all of your mental health practices out of the window in search of those extreme honeymoon period emotions. Amelia gets together with Guy Winch, a clinical psychologist on this subject to discuss navigating taking care of yourself whilst experiencing the first pangs of love and how you manoeuvre those first moments in a potential new relationship. Please rate, review & subscribe to What I Know Now. Shop the Heartbreak Manual here! Follow Amelia on Instagram: #WhatIKnowNowPodcast

Feb 26 2020



117 – Emotional First Aid with Guy Winch – The Positive Psychology Podcast

The Positive Psychology Podcast - Bringing the Science of Happiness to your Earbuds with Kristen Truempy
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My little cousin knew how to ask for Calpol when he was like two years old. Yet when it comes to psychological wounds we are not that well informed. Meet Guy Winch who is on a mission to change that.

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Feb 24 2020



@Guy Winch: Backstage exclusive: The science behind identity change and the secrets to maintaining a healthy relationship @Upgrade Your Life 2020

A Higher Branch
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We are back and we kick off 2020 on a high! Recording live at our Upgrade Your Life event 2020 with one of our favourite guest speakers, Dr Guy Winch.
In this podcast, Dr Guy Winch will explain the science behind behavioural changes: how changing our sense of identity could lead us to smashing our goals.Dr Guy Winch will unlock more secrets on maintaining a healthy relationship and answer the hard question "at what point do you give up on a relationship?". We will talk about the importance of identifying the type of partner you want to be in a relationship, why we need to stop looking at our needs and start looking at the needs of our relationship, and much, much more.
Upgrade Your life 2020 was a must attend event! Two weeks later and our attendees are still feeling the buzz. To find out what you missed and information about Upgrade Your Life 2021 "Forever Young" visit our Instagram page @a_higher_branchShort for time? see below time stamps for key talking points:
03:27 – Dr Guy Winch shares a self-defining moment which a member of the crowd at UYL shared
07:35 – Once you find the information on health and fitness, how do you implement this?
08:10 – Dr Guy Winch shares with us the science of identity change
11:55 – Avoiding process-based goals and making goals that will last long-term
14:00 – Dr Guy Winch discusses the importance of identifying what type of partner we want to be in a relationship
16:20 – Finding what your relationship needs, not what you need
23:00 – At what point do you give up on a relationship?
28:00 – What are the top complaints we make about our partners
30:10 – Why does the small percentage of bad in our relationships drown out the good?
33:15 – Dr Guy Winch shares some exciting news for 2020

Feb 06 2020



@Guy Winch: How the "Complaint Sandwich" Can Save Your Relationship

A Higher Branch
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The power of love is extraordinary, however, often overlooked. Having a strong relationship with your loved ones is so important for your well-being, it will promote a happier and healthier lifestyle - both mentally and physically.
For our final episode of the year and in the spirit of Christmas, we wanted to share this powerful conversation we had with Psychologist, Dr Guy Winch. Guy will show us small changes we can make within our relationships to mould them, make them last, be happy and stay happy. These changes aren't large changes, they are small changes which we can make in our relationship which yields incredible outcomes.He will also discuss:
  • What couples fight about most
  • The effects our mobile phone has on our relationships
  • How couples should deal with conflict
  • The power of healthy communication
  • Why arguments go south with your significant other
Short for time? See below timestamps for key talking points:
03:10 - Sam talks about the power of love and intimate relationships
07:00 - How psychologists can predict with over 90% accuracy when a relationship will fail
11:25 - The effect our mobile phones have on our relationships
14:10 - How couples argue and the implications it has on relationships
17:05 - What to do when you feel you aren’t being heard in an argument
22:15 - How to complain ‘effectively’
25:40 - Putting an end to repetitive arguments
27:40 - What is the ‘complaint sandwich’ and how will it save relationships
40:00 - An exercise you can do NOW, which will help your relationship
41:20 - What makes couples happy
44:20 - Changing perspective and considering the needs of our relationships

Dec 19 2019



@Guy Winch: The Importance of Emotional Healing

A Higher Branch
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Our mind is the most powerful tool in our body so why are we constantly neglecting to look after it?
From a young age, we are taught the importance of looking after our body. It is embedded in us that we must brush our teeth twice a day, if we break a bone; we go to the hospital, if we are sick; we stay in bed. But what happens if our mind is suffering from an "emotional wound"? We have we been taught so little when it comes to emotional healing that many of us would not even consider that our mind requires healing, yet expect our mind to perform at 100% at all times.
Today we are joined with a special guest, Best-Selling Author and Psychologist, Dr Guy Winch. Dr Winch will take us through how to overcome the emotional difficulties many of us struggle with regularly, these include:
> The effects of ruminating> How to overcome failure> Dealing with rejection> Avoiding negative self-talk> Loneliness> And much more.
Short for time? See below timestamps of key talking points:04:00 - Dr Guy Winch discusses closing the 'gaps' between our physical and emotional health
09:15 - Dealing with emotional distress
12:20 - The effects of ruminating
18:05 - Building a clear guard rail in life to battle rumination
20:20 - Turning negative self-reflection into problem solving
22:35 - Overcoming failure
29:00 - Identifying the same mistakes we continuously make in life
30:26 - Dealing with rejection
34:10 - The better alternative to positive affirmations
36:35 - How to stop feeling lonely
41:41 - Stress in the workplace

Dec 12 2019



074: How To Heal Emotional Wounds feat. Dr. Guy Winch

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You deserve to live a good life that is not hindered by the emotional wounds of your past. In order to gain mastery, you have to pay attention to what you are feeling and why you are feeling it. Being able to understand your feelings and emotions is the primary driver for leading a good life. In this episode, you will learn how to heal your emotional wounds, how to spot and treat loneliness, and why you should be thinking about your life like a detective.


Aug 08 2019



[Cut the Crap Show] #163 - How to Fix a Broken Heart by Guy Winch

The Resilience Prescription with Ryan Caligiuri
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Jun 10 2019



Practice Emotional Hygiene | Dr. Guy Winch Tedx

Unbreak My Heart
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Loneliness, emotional pain and invisible injuries to our psyche and feelings can impact us for a lifetime. Dr. Guy Winch paints a picture for us to address treating, caring for and healing the wounds that go "unseen". 

Why do we emphasize taking care not to get sick, or covering a cut to avoid infection or see a doctor for a broken bone without question? Yet, when it comes to our feelings we resist the hygiene necessary to be our best selves? 

Listen as Dr. Winch offers ideas and tools to help us feel better!

Feb 21 2019