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Tips for Making It Through the Covid Winter with Your Relationship Intact

Here's Something Good

05:49 min | Last month

Tips for Making It Through the Covid Winter with Your Relationship Intact

"Look into this episode. Here's something good. A production of the seneca women podcast network and iheartradio each day. Aspire to bring you the good news. The silver lining the glass half full because there is good happening in the world everywhere every day. We just need to look for and share it. Here's something good for today. Purchases of fire pits are soaring and so are the sales of home exercise equipment. Americans are hunkering down for what we've been told will be a very long very cold cold winter and one of the big concerns at this time is how we cope when we're stuck inside this winter. How we keep our anger and check and our relationships intact turns out there. Simple things you can do to stay upbeat this winter in fact you might even find that your relationships improve. That's we're gonna learn today. From one of our favorite guests psychiatrist doctor gail saltz. Dr salts is a clinical professor of psychiatry at the new york presbyterian hospital and bestselling author. She's also the host of the upcoming podcast. How can i help with dr gail saltz. That will appear right here on the seneca women. Podcast now work in partnership with iheartradio. Here's what dr salt had to say. Dr salt thanks so much for joining us. It's a pleasure to be here. So how do we mentally prepare ourselves for this very long ahead. This is going to be hard winter. there is no two ways about it And it was hard summer for many people in now. Everybody is together between schooling and work in one small space and with fewer options to just hang out outside which has various benefits. Not not just the being part benefit but the of being out sunlight being out in nature having physical activity which all are helpful in terms of decreasing stress and improving mental health. So it i think you know People should be thinking about what they can do heading into this winter. That can both mitigate the over togetherness let's say and the over togetherness during a time stress which tends to increase irritability and what they also do in terms of improving or preventing mental health issues as the winter wears on. And so i think those range from having a ecorse some time together that you do something fun and creative and Not maybe what you would typically do basically constitutes play Whether that's even though its cold going out. You know in the snow and sledding together or Were playing board game together or something that feels like off the usual schedule and his son together. But i think that it's also important. Everybody plans some time apart being together. Twenty four seven generally is is extremely difficult. It's pretty rare the relationship that is totally enjoyable. All the time at people don't need some space and that's even space from your children and they from you at various times so Within your home trying to create separate spaces where it's okay for people to go and be on their own so that you know whether that literally is hanging a sheet in the middle of a room to create the sense of separate space with headphones so that you have you know not the sound etc If you can't have separate rooms but using rooms that you don't typically use if you have that room so by separate area is this living room dining room or whatever it may be but if you don't have it creating it within the home having part of that separate space in time be time you can talk people who are not in your pod so headphones again big asset. I think and adding in things to your day and to your families day for themselves that are going to help decrease stress and decrease irritability such as thirty minutes of aerobic exercise each day Using some deep breathing techniques or muscle relaxation techniques to calm your body because i exile eighty does tend to propagate irritability in a short us so incorporating whether it's surprised dissed of mindfulness or some yoga. Some something during your day that helps your anxiety and stress level. Decrease will help everybody getting along better and even though we'll be cold wherever you are potentially do some getting outside bundle up and get outside because being in the sunlight particularly in the first half the day being out in nature any sort of way and being physically active even if it's cold is actually how cold so when we're in these tight environments and perhaps conflicts arise. What is the best way to defuse them. Don't wait until you've been thinking you are ongoingly furious with your family member and then because what happens is basically people tend to sort of suppress it. We don't have an argument as they go along and they go along until they're just had wailing level and then one little thing that little thing that frankly doesn't make any sense to the other person you've got so enraged about happens and there is explosion

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"dr gail saltz" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:43 min | 9 months ago

"dr gail saltz" Discussed on KTOK

"Over the weekend news radio one thousand Katie okay we met this couple of home improvement tips coming from the accidental housewife that'll be about thirty minutes from now will there be baseball this season they're talking about a compromise to season and bill's number will get us all that information if the call virus has you a bit depressed Dr Gail Saltz has some advice for you that's all coming up on his radio one thousand Katie okay eight four oh one thousand Leigh Matthews Katie okay dot com and Larry in Oklahoma City high and I'll talk to you about the first one my phone time del okay let's wrap it up here Larry okay the drug that we're talking about downstate yeah this gap in the run through my mind one hours back mom we were very cavalier with our guns we were not very site are part of the reason for that was we didn't want to lose that tenth of a second blackrock website yeah sometimes the unit I was in was out there kind of by ourselves and sometimes we work now when we went back to a base camp for control very would put him on site but the rest of the time Manalo I'm sorry it was ready to rock and roll all the time yeah we're here right got to walk around about the site or don't have a manipulator do you stretch your bill but well I always say to your primary safety is your finger and if your finger is not on the trigger then the guns not going to go off I mean they don't go off accidentally that just doesn't happen so thanks for calling.

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"dr gail saltz" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"dr gail saltz" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

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"dr gail saltz" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"dr gail saltz" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"And and you know i i guess in short if you don't read the be be summary would be because people are keeping secrets from themselves and that is driving urges and need that's they sort of split off into societa them from themselves and they act out on instead of integrating it and and understanding where that are just coming from and then i wrote a book called the ripple effect how better sex makes for a better life and i i'm sure everybody can agree with that and the you know but about women's sexuality and origin psychically of sexuality and a lot of stories that women tell themselves about their sexuality and ways that might be a problem for them in terms of sexual dysfunction and how to grapple with that and and i even did a couple of kids books talking to your kids about sex actually those are my biggest selling books if you can believe it because still two thousand eighteen it's hard talk to your kids about sex and having a tool is often helpful and people do find it helpful to talk about whether they're talking about parts or sex or masturbation or not letting other people touch you all those important topics your chris helps with his gills books up on our website yes yes i wanna update my my kids books because now we have other things that we should be talking with our kids safety is unbelievable faith thirty the whole sort of how do you talk to your kids i guess i'll say in shorthand the metoo movement you know how do you talk to sons and daughters about you know.

"dr gail saltz" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"dr gail saltz" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"One last topic i wanted to sort of skid pass was dialectical behavioral therapy dbt which is sort of another offshoot of the cognitive stuff that's for with four what it is is is a really a specialized form of i would say cognitive behavioral therapy of recognizing particularly thought patterns that you have and you know how to counter them in the moment often having more to do with identity issues and impulsivity issues because it's it's it's a specialized it's a specialized form of cbt for emotional regulation and that's really important for the population with borderline personality disorder that's that is most let me it's really used for anybody who has difficulty with emotional regulation and and helping call into other people's brains exist isn't that part of the dvd other people i mean yes that other people exist and and being able to when you're unregulated we'd be able to be aware of their emotion but not have to take it in being able to be separate because if you're borderline personality disorder you have difficulty with identity you have difficulty with knowing you know being clear on what your own sexual identity is and other facets of your identity but you're also very susceptible to other people's emotional states and so you've sort of porous identity you problems with impulsivity you have a problems with emotional regulation so very quick to anger very quick to feel intensely and feel terrible things intensely and so relationships tend to be really super turbulent everything is very turbulent and and a lot of struggle with depression suicidal thoughts and that obviously you can imagine suicidal thoughts and impulsively.

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"dr gail saltz" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"dr gail saltz" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"And let's see what there was sort of third thing i was i came upon that was helpful for self stigma soaps it was a strange thing people had three ways of responding to one was shattered like i'm i'm sort of shame based thing neutral i don't really care care people think of me or i'm empowered by it and i'm an advocate on behalf of this group and identify with it and that does pretty well i know it's interesting personally for me i'm in that second group i don't i have panic depression that's being human i i got no feelings about anymore it which is weird unfortunately a preponderance in group one and and when you know you think about the fact that close to fifty percent of americans at some point or another we'll have a mental health diagnosis that's just tragic you know that i mean cardi b today on howard stern she went went therapist ono we go we go we pray we laid on the church and no never do that i'm like you know howard season three time so we get down from five times a week and by the way i believe that's why he's such a great interviewer his intuition has been up i'm sure that and i would i i'm sure that he would say that as well the good news is that cardi b a number of celebrities are stepping forward now and saying hey i really struggled with or in currently struggling with kevin love you know and i mean many you know people are now saying really this has been my struggle and i think the more particularly young celebrities do that the in terms of of it being part of a group of people that they can identify with been hugely successful but also struggled as part of their package the better.

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"dr gail saltz" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"dr gail saltz" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

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"dr gail saltz" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"dr gail saltz" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

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"dr gail saltz" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"dr gail saltz" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"Because why there'd be makes brain changes without tax that is permanent yep that's what i tell you i say if they've mild moderate severe like get diagnosed kaya triscuits plan a treatment plan that includes psychotherapy and maybe medication and then once you're into its if that's the right therapy of the right person if you meet some specialized trauma therapy or whatever we can talk about that so it's i think it's sort of an there's an assessment procedure that goes through with all of it evaluation he'd definitely if you can it's great to see more than one person because you do want to click with the person people say to move and why do i have to have medication at all if you have if your symptoms are such that it is it that extreme enough that it's hard to process because what is there be it is learning right you need experiential learning experience alert but it is a learning and because of that if you are if you were centrally in such a state that you can't learn you know you have to be in that much denial you have to have that much pushback you you have your anxiety is flooding your bility to learn lay down the memory of your experience then you're not going to improve and so the medication is really to help you participate meaningfully in there talked about stigma huge okay so part of the reason i actually did write this book the power of different and this link between disorder genius is because it's true but also because people are still so terrified of having a mental health diagnosis because of the stigma because of the stigma that they hold themselves of you know what this means i'm i'm bad i'm weak on cable never succeed i you know i i should hide people feel that way so intensely that they don't get treatment they don't let others know they feel totally alone and what's going on and they failed to focus on and recognize the very particular strength that they do have which is obviously the key to self esteem and confidence and proceeding on to be a productive person which pretty much anybody with them at the health issue can be.

"dr gail saltz" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"dr gail saltz" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"What about does desensitization therapy for defoe ocd exposure prevention is a former cvt okay one of those very mechanized that that's great for for those but if you come in specially a lot of the population usage rue who has a history of trauma data show psycho dynamic psychotherapy is definitely a preferable therapy they definitely do better in it does it take longer yes is that surprising no you've had history trump i'm as i conceptualize my stuff i think my was sort of a ptsd trauma thing that i really think yeah convinced that's what it was definitely you could go either way because ptsd is really about symptoms specific treatment not like so much like the overall you know it's ptsd is a collection of symptoms treating symptoms but with trauma you tend to dissociate from painful whatever's and the reconnection with those parts of yourself and brain and body whatever it might be happened that interpersonal context and so being there and being heard felt and being understood very carful for that kind of thing powerful and also understanding keeping a conscious and it does take a while i'm not gonna lie to take a while his thing all the data do show for just about any anything we could be talking about right it is most of them have response to psychotherapy psychotherapy psychotherapy is at least as good as medication alone and psychotherapy plus medication is almost always the best if you've got something moderate to severe but if you have something mild to moderate you're better off just doing psychotherapy.

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"dr gail saltz" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"dr gail saltz" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"Most people come with understanding that some genres going on like they know their satellite they're depressed they know they're nervous a lot they know it's an it's an anxiety thing they know they're having episodes of something that feel had panic attacks people usually have some inkling of what's going on it's pretty reasonable to frankly contact your whatever it is local hospital outpatient psychiatry department and say i am more interested in therapy i am more interested medication i am interested in both but i wanted specifically with someone who specializes in this a lot of onus on the page when i would never expect them to do that with any other illness or condition obviously people don't do that but i'm just i am telling you as a person on the inside you know i would be someone came to me and said you know i'm really i'm having panic attacks happening this frequently i'm avoiding going out because and i was like yeah this really sounds like panic disorder with gore phobia you know what that is not what i'm doing a lot of right now i mean with trained in and originally yes but that is panic disorder is very cbt extremely cvt i responded to deep psychoanalytic sort of mostly focused their or anxiety yes but for panic panic to well the panic will get better with the cdc pag was already simpson simpson i would send them people remain with pure ocd would send them for cbt.

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"dr gail saltz" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"dr gail saltz" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"Treatments are much shorter they're like you know we're just we're we're just having ten sessions and year out and so insurance companies very much like cockpit therapies because you know the year not having more sessions so i think the combination of being able to show certain things that data and and people in general liking the idea of you know very finite number of sessions and certainly insurance companies that we really popularize cbt and you know there's some things that he is so great for and there are other things cb is not so great for people use it for everything that's that's the problem i have with a lot of mental health services these days is there's an excessive enthusiasm with yes fill in the blank something and so how does the patient navigator how does somebody know what yeah i don't eat really hard for it is really hard for patients for couple of reasons there's this reason there's also the who is trained for what we have very there's not great standardization for anybody can call themselves with therapists anybody and of course everybody calls themselves a life coach and you know so only specific people are psychiatrist but some people who are psychiatrists also done training myself in psychoanalytic psychotherapy or in cbt's psychotherapy and some psychiatrists are really pure psychopharmacologists they really only do medications a lot yes a lot and so and then there's the colleges who specialize in different kinds of disorders and different kinds of therapies so it's i think it's really hard right now for patients to figure out who is right for them would i would say to person is a couple of things if you if you have a set of symptoms it's pretty darn easy tell you the truth.

"dr gail saltz" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"dr gail saltz" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"On this this this particular program has a lot to do with understanding how to elicit a life narrative from patient and how to write it and that that's dali but that's just one medical school i don't i don't know what others doing but i hope i hope they're sort of a following suit that's used a lot really detailed life narratives are used a lot in sex diction and sort of these behavioral addictions and stuff too because trauma is the big issue in there and you have to kind of ferret all that out let me let me i went i mentioned something about the cognitive group of people that are into cognition cbt and all this stuff how do we understand the relationship between the which we call it the cognitive revolution that was a few years ago and the enthusiasm for cognitive interventions and perhaps deeper forms of therapy cognitive therapies len themselves very well to research data collection psycho dynamic psychotherapy certainly psychoanalysis and and somewhat psycho dynamic psychotherapy which are offshoot not as well because they are much more free form there there's less measurable like you came in we gave you a test of sorts we said here's your score now we do these very specific interventions which can be done in like a really recipe kind of format so we can standardize it so everybody's doing the same thing and then we gave you the test again and this is your score now and that's how we measured everything so you so a lot of research was done you know looking at using the model the cvt and all the offshoots models and that's one piece another piece is that those.

"dr gail saltz" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"dr gail saltz" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"Listen which you don't know is that i think maybe i said the podcasts while ago now but that's my exile regulated doing good that's it was out of control it one time hearken back to that and bring an you know remember that and i was talking to you i let myself get into it a bit so i was feeling it more than i normally do and again because i can regulate it doesn't bother me and i can get into and get out of it and walk whatever and you were doing your mind control thing and having been there like you can really i think that's the other thing people who have been whatever that depress then anxious that you know they really have a different kind of empathy for differing and you know i think that's also works so mismanaged as a late lesson that i think got me interested in there being specialized services for that age group housing there needs and things and probably why walk down the psychiatric hospital path so interested there and also a reminder of how we the internal medicine training isn't sokaiya i was shocked once i started really learning i want my training was and yet the primary care folks are the ones that do all the prescribing which is concerning to me point and it is a real problem i do like that some medical schools had started like columbia does this here to add basically working on life narrative you know like how how do you interview your patients how do you understand their life trajectory for for all medical students and that will certainly improve the ability to listen to patients and understand when might be a psychiatric thing going those students do timelines patients like on.

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"dr gail saltz" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"dr gail saltz" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"Yeah exactly it isn't american thing you know america right we're the we're the country that rates the highest on the charts of individual ness to the to our detriment often right you know of a non willingness to share or say hey we did that as group or again back to our competition about transfers to counter transference i the reason i feel certain things when the patient comes in the room is because i'm listening with my tire body i'm not just listening with my ears i'm listening with everything and so my brain is something embedded in a body embedded in autumn nommik nervous system that extends throughout my viscera on my body and that has peripheral brains associated with it and the paris at that excite of it and we didn't know what they do but i think that has i think i just keep thinking the future one hundred years from now that's going to be the the i don't know where we had the decade of the brain it's gonna be the decade of the perez pathetic plexus or something a lot of people who are anxious drill did you know that by the way people want to hear me unload my stuff you do you have that podcast i did with you okay people react to that yeah sure would they say i didn't know jerusalem so okay so positions we a lot of us are very good get the training right if you're not that wig your.

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"dr gail saltz" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"dr gail saltz" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

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"dr gail saltz" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"dr gail saltz" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"And then they'll go i am you're right how'd you know i don't i don't know i just trust what comes out on me when we're working together yeah so or you know also if you if you started with other things that have been on the nose than than someone's much more willing to here and you know not storm out of the room takin particularly powerful if you hit it right with heroin addicts because they literally don't know when they're lying and if i know when they're lying that's meaningful to them because they don't know they people think they're just lie or it's like their heroin addicts and that the lying is a feature of that condition that's all so what else are people going to want to talk about the power of different in that kind of thing sure than happy to do that i'm sure you see this as well that you see people who come in with a particular kind of mental health diagnosis let's say or maybe they don't even know they have the diagnosis yet but you know people come in with intensive zayed's or intense depression or bipolar disorder i'm sure i mean you know in i think in in the addiction world you you there is a fair amount of co morbidity amount of of those things and so you know really what i tried to do is cold the data that exists which is significant data and talk to many people you know in the field and so on and people who are living this hardwired connection between particular kinds of mental health issues which are very common and extraordinary abilities and that is the hard wiring that produces those symptoms that is part and parcel of the same hard wiring that also makes the potential for these incredible strings if the person is more mildly to moderately ill as opposed to more severely ill when you're more severely ill you actually still have those hardwired potentials there you just can't make use of them because you are so disorganized that you.

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"dr gail saltz" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"dr gail saltz" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"And that you weren't paying for my tuition and then when gale was forty eight you started practicing medicine took like fifteen years so here we are yes but good for you she's interview tom brokaw katie couric woody allen rosie o'donnell woody allen what did you think about him or can you say brilliant he's really brilliant that is not obviously i'm not commenting on moral moral issues here but he is a pretty fascinating person i had a suspicion you you this year the perfect person to ask this question i've noticed that when people are working in deep soco analytic process because i would patients that are doing that sometimes three times a week and five times a week and whatnot and they will turn up in my medical practice and literally say to me something's happening i can't tell alice's or if i feel i just check me out because the experiences in deep psychoanalysis get almost attling right you start go ahead you know and i know and i think most people do understand now there's an intense mind body connection and when this is not just that i agree with you i know where you're going with this but this is literally like they're lost in their analysis and their core censor themselves in their body is in flux so these need some objective sort of assessment of it does that make sense right i mean when you say you know people usually come to like an interest to you when they have like weird feelings that they can't explain right and they're making them anxious and weird feelings that you can't explain can be either you know a a biological symptom in your in your body but they can be they can be a symptom in your mind and when you are getting to material that is hard to understand or very very conflicted it's usually because it's driving a lot of anxiety and there are i'm not just talking about psychologically what is the anxiety doing to your body but i'm people experience everything from sort of de personalized d you know villas ation kinds of feelings like a little outside myself i feel uncertain tourism identity like who i am really and that those can create physiologically weird feelings for.

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