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Stop Self-Sabotage – Dr. Judy Ho [244]
September 29, 2020

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Have you ever missed out because of procrastination or that thought, “I can never do _____.” Self-sabotage is a universal behavior, even for those of us who are high achievers in some areas. In this episode, I talk to neuropsychologist Dr. Judy Ho about why we do this, and how to stop.

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  1. Self-sabotage happens when our natural avoidance of threat drive is out of balance.
  2. If we never learned healthy coping skills from our parents, stress can hamstring us.
  3. The path away from self-sabotaging behaviors starts with our awareness of our thoughts.

Dr. Judy is a triple-board certified clinical and forensic neuropsychologist with a private practice, a tenured professor at Pepperdine University, author, co-host of The Doctors, and host of the SuperCharged Life podcast.

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