#118 Negative Self Talk: Bariatric Mental Health Q & A
HOST: Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Dr.
Ok, be honest with me. Do you talk to yourself? Do you say negative things to yourself, aka, negative self talk? Do you remember when and why you started talking negatively to yourself? Doesn’t make you feel so good, does it? Psychologist Dr. Connie Stapleton joins me today to help you get a better understanding of how negative self talk gets started and key steps you can take now to stop it.
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Joining me in the studio is Atlanta-based psychologist Dr. Connie Stapleton. You know that Dr. Connie brings her vast experience in the mental health aspect of bariatrics to the table. She gets right to the core of the issues and always shares practical ways for you to improve your relationships with food, other people and most importantly with yourself. Today she’s doing that with negative self talk.
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Questions I ask Dr. Connie:
In your experience what causes negative self talk? Are there triggers that kick it off and at what age does it tend to start or does age even matter?
It seems like there would be a lot of negative consequences from engaging in consistent negative self-talk
Is negative self talk as common among men or kids as it is women?
How do we stop negative self-talk?
Can you share some examples of how to change negative self-talk into something more positive?
What last thought do you want to leave us with Dr. Connie?
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