Much of how we show up in relationships is formed during our childhood. Understanding how our parents did, or did not, show us love can help us relate better as adults, be better partners, and be better parents as well. Listen to today’s show for actionable tips and insights to understand our childhoods and relate better as adults.
In this episode with Dr. Julia DiGangi we discuss relationship advice topics that include:
Dr. Julia DiGangi is a neuropsychologist, who completed her residency at Harvard Medical School, Boston University School of Medicine, and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. She has nearly two decades of experience studying the connection between our brains and our behavior. Dr. DiGangi has worked with leaders at The White House Press Office, global companies, international NGOs, and the US Special Forces. Her understanding of stress, trauma, and resilience is also informed by her work in international development and humanitarian aid, where she served some of the world’s most vulnerable communities. The founder of NeuroHealth Partners, a neuropsychology-based consultancy, DiGangi shows people—at work and at home—how to harness the power of the brain to lead more satisfying and emotionally intelligent lives. Connect with Julia DiGangi at drjuliadigangi.com.