(Video-Interview): Repairing Relationships; A Process to Have Hope In Hard Times with Phyllis Leavitt

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Are you feeling disappointed and frightened with all the divisiveness and violence around us?

Sometimes,  violence releases feelings of your anger or frustration. You think there are no answers to your problems and turn to violence to express your out-of-control emotions. 

However, there are ways on how to be a part of a safer and secure environment by addressing internal issues of oneself and interpersonal relationships. 

Would you like to learn how to repair relationships individually and nationally so you can feel hope in hard times?

In this episode, our guest Phyllis Leavitt shared tips on how to create hope and participate in creating a safer and  more sustainable world. 

Phyllis Leavitt is an author of two books, A Light in the Darkness and Into the Fire. She has been a psychotherapist for over thirty years and is currently writing a book about bringing America to Therapy!  Phyllis has a Master’s Degree in Psychology and Counseling from Antioch University. 

Check out this video to learn practical tools on how repairing relationships can help you to have hope in difficult times.

In this interview, you will learn:

00:00 min – Introduction

02:26 min – How Phyllis become a psychotherapist

03:10 min – The role of childhood in our present life

03:54 min – How psychotherapy can help individuals

06:47 min – The relationship between microcosm and macrocosm

08:33 min – How to repair relationships at individual level

  • safe place to share the pain
  • identify or own your history
  • taking personal responsibility
  • make amends
  • coming to resolutions
  • reconnect

28:21 min – Advice from Phyllis experience

29:43 min – Connect with Phyllis (www.phyllisleavitt.com)

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So let me share some of my favorite lines from this interview:

Our childhood and our conditioning has everything to do with how we feel and how we behave and what we believe and and our fulfillment or lack of thereof in adulthood..” 

– Phyllis Leavitt

The more trauma is in their childhood, the more deficits in love and belonging or safety that people have experienced when they find a safe place where they can really explore what happened to them and the impact on them, they’re able to make better choices.
– Phyllis Leavitt

People who are really loved, who are taken care of, who feel that they’re valued, who feel that they have a place and they belong and they’re wanted, who are provided for, do not want to murder other people. They do not want to hate other people. They do not want to rape or exploit or in any other way harm other human beings.

-Phyllis Leavitt

How about you? What was your biggest takeaway from this interview and is there a question you would like me to address in the next session? Let me know by submitting your feedback here: http://bit.ly/HHMForm

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Remember, hope is a powerful emotion that can help you channel your inner strength to truly improve your well-being. In this way, you will be able to make a big difference in your community.

So today, how would you like to help yourself so you can be an instrument for the betterment of the world? 

Dedicated to your health and happiness, 

Dr. Rozina

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