Emotional Mastery: The Gifted Wisdom of Unpleasant Feelings | Dr Joan Rosenberg | TEDxSantaBarbara


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  • plein aire
    plein aire 2 дня назад

    my cortisol rush is more like 5 minutes!!!!.it's hellish!

  • Adrian Mannion
    Adrian Mannion 4 дня назад

    This is an old tip, nothing new here. Feel the emotion and walk towards it. 'Surf' the emotion. I heard this stuff a long time ago.
    The 2 strongest feelings are (1) powerlessness and (2) worthlessness (I actually believe nearly all feelings are sub-feelings of these two). From those feelings, resentment arises. Resentments are the number one feeling most people feel when they feel a 'negative' or 'unpleasant' emotion. It usually feels like frustration, annoyance or irritation due to the words or actions of another. Resentment comes from Latin "to feel again" and means that you perceive your need or wants have been disregarded or dismissed by another. If you try to feel a resentment every time it arises as this lady seems to suggest, in other words to keep re-feeling resentment rover and over again, it could consume you. There will be an 'originating' event of the resentment and it could have been years ago!
    Say someone says something to you making you feel worthless, or powerless. Like this lady being told she is boring. You can try to keep feeling that sense of worthlessness again and again. See where that gets you! It will keep coming back in waves.
    Rather, what I'd suggest doing is to:
    Interpretation - see if there is another way of interpreting it. Clarify and ask ‘oh how do you mean’? (which is being assertive). They then have to explain. You then get a better idea of what the person actually means and may get a fuller explanation (or you may not). There may be conflicting interests or values at play - it may not be personal and they may not be intending to hurt you. For example someone calls you boring, God only knows what is going on in their mind. They may be thinking, you are boring today / this week, or may be thinking you are beginning to get more boring, or that they are trying to 'kick start' you before you head down a depression route. However, it is true they could just see you as weak in which case it is time to..…….
    Empathise - you may be feeling a resentment now over her statement, but they too are probably full of resentments, either against you for your previous behaviour or words (I know, we all think we are saints, we even don't do anything unintentional that might frustrate others!!) or resentment against other people. From a higher level they may have experienced little love when they were younger, or may have been given no affection or attention and now yearn for that. Who knows the other person could be harbouring major resentments and you were the person at that time caught in their cross hairs.
    Own your own role in the resentment - think about your own role in how the issue developed. Think about whether you did anything to cause this situation or make it worse? Be mindful of the victim mentality, self-pity is a common response to stressful events. People tend to look at their side of events only. Maybe this lady had been a little too demanding on the person who called her boring, or maybe she has not been assertive enough in the past when similar events happened, or maybe she is thinking about a time she refused to go into town shopping with her 2 weeks ago. God only knows human minds are a little crazy sometimes.
    Perspective - all hurt and suffering is impermanent, it will pass. You will also have moments and stages of your life in which you have less or more hurt than other moments or stages. Life too is transient and impermanent. Don't waste your time stressing on the small things you will be dead in a few years!
    Expectations and fairness - let go of the myth of things should be a particular way and social norms, ‘that’s not fair.’ There is no fairness judge who keeps an eye on adversities and sees to it that they are doled out equitably to each person on a given day. Everything good and bad is exactly as it is, when it is. Everyone gets unpleasant things done and said to them.
    Common humanity - all humans suffer and are hurt, for example they harbour resentments and frustrated ambitions. All people encounter frustrations, make mistakes, bump up against limitations, and situations fall short of ideals. This is the human condition, a reality shared by all of us. Life is imperfect for everyone and hurt for humans is normal and natural. Hurt and pain doesn’t need to isolate, it can also bring us together. Hurt is a constant in all adults and you have not been singled out.
    Challenge and pain - sometimes we grow the most when we allow ourselves to be challenged and to be in pain.
    Some or all of the above could be useful next time that niggling frustration / resentment crops up. With most people they are oblivious that they are going around all day with pent up resentments.

  • Metro Venues
    Metro Venues 12 дней назад

    Redefine Your Emotions - Mind ReMapping - Explain what emotions are and how to use them.

  • Mary Shaw
    Mary Shaw 15 дней назад

    Thank you Joan!

  • Gemini Girl
    Gemini Girl 29 дней назад

    I wish my feelings of shame or embarrassment lasted 60-90 seconds... I can't shake them for hours... when distractions don't help I know it's bad.

  • lori kayser
    lori kayser Месяц назад

    "In-between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and freedom." Viktor Frankl

  • Samyukta Nair
    Samyukta Nair Месяц назад

    Amazing 👏🙌

  • Dawn Raquel
    Dawn Raquel Месяц назад

    OMG! Amazing.. thank you

  • gilakot
    gilakot Месяц назад

    My goodness!!! She is a fantastic speaker! The pace, the tone, the articulation and the message. I think I found my role model

  • Donna Bann
    Donna Bann Месяц назад

    This works for me but it doesn't seem so quick and easy to severely depressed and anxious people.

  • Halar Ali
    Halar Ali Месяц назад

    Nice one

  • Veronica Cornavaca
    Veronica Cornavaca Месяц назад

    what a soothing voice and delivery. I loved it!

  • gessie
    gessie Месяц назад

    This is very specific advice given to a very mixed audience. It's also decadent, not at all applying to situations in which there are real problems - when the feeling of fear itself is not the biggest issue. But yeah, if you're safe and still willfully unaware, you've got a common problem.
    Facing reality (which everyone should) is not at all the key to happiness. If anything, those who stick their head underground are the happiest, even if willfully foolish. Being a realist, understanding what is going on in the world and willing to face widespread suffering, is a difficult and emotionally draining lifestyle. Intensely fulfilling, but not *happy*.
    Life's worth going through the hard way as most problems are caused by those who don't, but it's certainly not pleasant. It's a responsibility.
    Also, aren't people getting tired of hearing this same rant over and over again from hundreds of different psychologists? We get it; you're finally catching up to Buddhism after a few millennia.

  • JamiAndMarla LOVE
    JamiAndMarla LOVE Месяц назад

    FEEL!! AND EXPRESS IT HEALTHFULLY!! We build our Feeling wheel 5.0 for just this purpose!

    LILNICKY69 Месяц назад

    She's not a very dynamic speaker...having a difficult time of not nodding off

  • Thumb Print
    Thumb Print Месяц назад

    Thank you. Very useful.

  • Sally Wong
    Sally Wong Месяц назад

    How do we deal with all the unpleasant feelings with a NPD partner? Can we make them understand us and to comprehend how we felt?

  • AKS A shadow
    AKS A shadow 2 месяца назад

    It is outstanding delivery of very important content.

  • Umm Barakah AK
    Umm Barakah AK 2 месяца назад

    I would listen to this talk again and again.

  • Avinash Rudraksha
    Avinash Rudraksha 2 месяца назад

    One of the most useful ted talk I have seen.

  • Mia Waters
    Mia Waters 2 месяца назад

    What about depression, that lasts longer than 90 seconds

    • Mia Waters
      Mia Waters 2 месяца назад

      +Joan Rosenberg thank you for your kind reply. I truly appreciate your video !

    • Joan Rosenberg
      Joan Rosenberg 2 месяца назад +1

      Mia - along with one's own biology and life history, it is often what we think and patterns of negative thinking that sustains depression. These contribute too.

  • Lela Strika
    Lela Strika 2 месяца назад

    She is awesome .?
    Does that mean I stay living with my Flatmate who I don’t like . I get angry when she wants things her way. She is discustingly rigid and selfish.
    Not 60 second 6 weaks been hear and she was overseas and from there impacted me
    What??? Yes. She Said we have to talk about your stay here. Im going to bed now Meaning no making slightest noise .

  • Jeri Garvey
    Jeri Garvey 2 месяца назад

    Thank you so much! You deserve a big hug!

  • Authentic Self Guide
    Authentic Self Guide 2 месяца назад +21

    I am naturally quite sensitive and tend to experience strong emotions. This combination of my sensitivity and emotional ferocity was too much for me growing up. This lead me to disconnect and not feel. I am learning to feel again now and I can see how this is having a positive impact on my relationships and whole life. I think this is very important work especially for anyone who struggles with anxiety or depression.

    • ET G
      ET G Месяц назад

      the #1 key to change is act different than how you feel

    • spellthemagicword
      spellthemagicword Месяц назад +1

      Also, depression can be one of the most healing things in life if used correctly. It can help us see what we have to change in our lives, what doesn't work for us and more.

    • spellthemagicword
      spellthemagicword Месяц назад

      Thank you for your comment! Happy to see you not boiling it down to "mental illness" like so many people do nowadays. It's a human thing to feel. Anxiety comes when we resist those feelings, when we go against ourselves.

  • KitCat777
    KitCat777 2 месяца назад +1

    I love your message and I doubt you'll ever even see this, but I have been riding the wave, I believe fully in mindfulness, but the wave of grief, even with those things, does not go away in a moment. It doesn't go away ever. I've leaned in. I've done it all. But please, to tell people that if they just ride the wave - of grief, that they will somehow be released from it? It's belittling and quite frankly, dangerous. What if I can't. Then what. I appreciate your message but on that one aspect I have to say that I find it well intentioned, but so drastically incorrect.

    • Joan Rosenberg
      Joan Rosenberg 2 месяца назад

      Thanks for your words. I agree, grief (and trauma/tragedy) are exceptions. They don't go away in a moment and it often takes making sense of these experiences - to the degree that one can - to have the intensity of grief diminish little by little.

  • Marianne Moe
    Marianne Moe 2 месяца назад

    This was an unusual insightful and inspirational Ted Talk. This change of perspective on feelings can really change your outlook on life. A must see Ted Talk!

  • Miss Heather Lee
    Miss Heather Lee 2 месяца назад


  • clavo
    clavo 3 месяца назад

    This would have been a fantastic talk for me; except that I am under attack politically for having succeeded as a minority and am under constant attack in my community by those who seem paranoid of their own mental laziness. So they employ militaristic Tsun Su tactics to invade my privacy and destroy my confidence. Episodes recur less frequently now than when I was practicing law. Once I quit practicing the attacks are fewer but some seek revenge with a zeal that is unquenchable.

  • Nunzie Peterman
    Nunzie Peterman 3 месяца назад

    Outstanding! We need more educating on this topic, more commercial, advertisements, conversation of the positivity of uncomfortable emotions!

  • Lisa W
    Lisa W 3 месяца назад

    Good talk. Now, if only I can remember it. Ride the wave 🌊

  • Mental Fatal
    Mental Fatal 3 месяца назад

    Wow your low moment was being called boring...
    You know nothing about seriously horrifying experiences then and the emotions of lifelong depression. Let me tell you they do not go away after 90 seconds. try embracing these things you'll end up in the ground. Worst TED talk i've seen

  • arctic bliss
    arctic bliss 3 месяца назад

    Wow!. This is so simple. We just have to reach out to our platforms of connection and pray as well that we be directed to people with good intentions.

  • 이진산
    이진산 3 месяца назад

    start right now is very improtant to come true my dream. most of people jusy say like this, i must lose weight just saying and don't do action . this is so problem to all of us i am also like that person .her seppch is moved my mind

  • ebbenielsen7
    ebbenielsen7 3 месяца назад

    Perhaps there has been an answer. But I write this anyhow: Why isn't fear among the mentioned emotions - indeed it is a very unpleasent emotion?

    PEGGY KNOTH 3 месяца назад

    Thank you your encouragement. I agree with your basic message. You might want to add to the eight feelings: GUILT, FEAR, BETRAYAL (much deeper than disappointment), GRIEF. I know there are many more but these are ones I see frequently in abused women in various addictions. They are terrified of dealing with their core issue(s) which leads them to be homeless, addicted to drugs and alcohol, shoplifting, prostitution, eating disorders, abusive relationships, jail and prison. I know you have a specific message to a specific audience. I’m sure you go much deeper in a small group or one-on-one. God bless you for helping women (and men). It is my passion, also. Blessings.

  • Karen Woodward Sarrow
    Karen Woodward Sarrow 3 месяца назад

    Songs do help me process difficult emotions (-:

  • Nia Anais
    Nia Anais 3 месяца назад

    90 seconds is an oversimplification. Emotions don't come and go that quickly. Real emotions, can linger for days, weeks, even years. Telling someone to feel it... doesn't mean they move through it. Then they're stuck in a mess, much worse than before when they didn't allow all that in, maybe even becoming dysfunctional.

    • Dr Joan Rosenberg
      Dr Joan Rosenberg 3 месяца назад

      Nia - thanks for watching and responding. The lingering quality of feelings is often more tied to continually thinking about a memory (and then experiencing the related feelings) - and the continual review I see as an effort to resolve the thoughts, feelings or situation. I did a second TEDx talk on this topic. I hope you'll find it helpful.

  • Saiavinn
    Saiavinn 3 месяца назад

    Um... okay,
    but I don't think I _can_ ride out my anger safely. :/
    I literally punched my car windshield hard enough to crack it the last time.

  • Jimmy Gibs Junior
    Jimmy Gibs Junior 3 месяца назад

    Thank you.

  • Bernie Smith
    Bernie Smith 3 месяца назад

    Thank you so much!! I've listened to similar talks that have had some relevancy and a lot of padding. Your talk is mastery....every moment of it counted! I'm listening to it again as I type this reply and I'm in awe! To decide that the gut punch can floor you or make you stand taller is life-changing.
    Every child/teenager should hear these words of wisdom!!

  • zanthur
    zanthur 3 месяца назад

    Wonderfully , concisely communicated with compassion and confidence, this profound truth needs to be embraced by humanity!Thankyou,

  • matiaa
    matiaa 4 месяца назад

    This is very helpful and all but for some people its not about " touching the waves in 90 sec periods" , its about being inside the water for months or even years

  • cookerham
    cookerham 4 месяца назад


  • Shannon Reynolds
    Shannon Reynolds 4 месяца назад

    This really gave me a new perspective of my anxieties!!!

  • S Tulip
    S Tulip 4 месяца назад +4

    Thank you so much for this talk Joan, it makes so much sense to live fully now, using full range of emotional colours to paint ours lifes’ pictures-“understanding is an art and not everyone is an artist”; meditation makes way more sense, substance misuse transforms into an indicator and doors to journey of self discovery and personal growth opens up.. the challenges create opportunities to become ‘smarter’, improved, greater version of ourselves (maturity) that many strive for , sacrificing the learned fear of the disapproved “bad colours” of ‘dificult’ feelings and emotions in order to upgrade selves; this talk truly helps me to stay alive as it turns out all the difficulties in life are just waiting to be faced, acknowledged, learned from and realise that, like strawberries grow on manure, humans grow on understanding of own discomfort and suffering; ignoring truths for temporary happiness is not worth long term pain yet learning to transform sadness into experience can be truly life long journey of happiness.
    Thank you ever so much.

  • Ramana Chandrasekar
    Ramana Chandrasekar 4 месяца назад

    Amazing talk. An eye opener. Thanks Ma’am

  • Marie Haverty
    Marie Haverty 4 месяца назад

    thank you. X

  • melanie gray
    melanie gray 4 месяца назад

    thank you for speaking so clearly about what gets in our way. if you have not i hope you do part 2 that gives more guidance about how to act on them!!

    • Dr Joan Rosenberg
      Dr Joan Rosenberg 3 месяца назад

      Melanie - please check out my upcoming book called 90 Seconds to a Life You Love where I talk about how to apply these ideas.

  • Willine Williams
    Willine Williams 4 месяца назад

    Wow Dr. Joan!! I'm so thankful to have found this presentation nearly 2 years to the date of publish!! Blessings & appreciation from Lompoc, CA in Santa Barbara County!!

  • Fa Fa
    Fa Fa 4 месяца назад

    the 8 unpleasant feelings:

  • Catrine Iwars
    Catrine Iwars 4 месяца назад +1

    I Love this women!!! Explaining in a great understandably way . I love her calm voice, which surprisingly made even me feel calm. I wish I could meet this awesome cool and wise women. My new big idol! Thank you so very much for informing on this 🙏 This will definitely make my life easier

  • Wisepersonsay
    Wisepersonsay 4 месяца назад +1

    When I get frustrated, and my anger is rising, I just express my opinion sometimes logically, while other times with emotion. Both way works for me. When I show my anger with emotion, people start to correct their mistakes and realize they have been lazy and neglecting others. When I see someone angry and displeased, I approach them and ask them to show or verbalize it, instead of keeping the Victorian habit of containing it to themselves. We can show our feelings in any way non-violently. That is why we have a mouth to speak up. Make the best of all our assets. We can also speak up for the voiceless and marginalized. When you grieve, grieve fiercelly. You can cry until your tears run out. Why people don't do that any more? Is covering feelings justified?

  • Wisepersonsay
    Wisepersonsay 4 месяца назад

    I've learnt with my still short life that when we realize we're negligible and dispensable - we can die tonight but the universe doesn't change, the Sun rises and sets, so does the moon - we can have awesome sense of freedom. We live the way we desire to live. At the same time, we realize humility and healthy self-esteem go hand in hand.

  • kath david
    kath david 4 месяца назад

    All jumping on the siritual band wagon... but the cronies that appear on tedtalks have a more sinister agenda... dsngerous change agents... new speak order followers. a menace to society, not a blessing.

  • kath david
    kath david 4 месяца назад

    Man... shut your dangerous gob.

  • Beatriz LeBlanc
    Beatriz LeBlanc 4 месяца назад

    Life changing video for me. Thanks, Dr. Rosenber. I will never forget the 8 unpleasant emotions: H.A.V.E. F.D.S.S. Helplessness, Anger, Vulnerability, Embarrassment, Frustration, Disappointment, Sadness and Shame. Looking forward to watching videos, or reading more about your work. Happiness to you and your loved ones.

  • Church Tattoo
    Church Tattoo 4 месяца назад

    👍🏼 great video

  • Lori Dias
    Lori Dias 4 месяца назад

    Thank you. I received a years worth of advice in 20 minutes

  • Chelle Toste
    Chelle Toste 5 месяцев назад

    Yesterday, I asked God to help me with this very subject...and today I found this. So helpful...Thank you so much.

  • vima78
    vima78 5 месяцев назад

    very very very very slow talk

  • Mary Nordseth
    Mary Nordseth 5 месяцев назад

    The most interesting concept I've yet encountered. Being present, of course, is to BE HERE NOW. Demonstrated by a psychologist carries weight.

  • Laora Marshall
    Laora Marshall 5 месяцев назад

    And what about generalized anxiety? It s not firing for only 90 sec, its always there each single minutes and day, this pain in the chest.

  • creativecompanion
    creativecompanion 5 месяцев назад +4

    What a unique voice she has!

  • Surinder Sachdev
    Surinder Sachdev 5 месяцев назад

    Liked the analogy of sea waves..

  • Jane Baker
    Jane Baker 5 месяцев назад

    Thank you soooo much for your talk,, so helpful.

  • Ray okeedoki
    Ray okeedoki 5 месяцев назад

    Jealousy and Envy and Hatred also need to be addressed.

  • ronique breaux
    ronique breaux 5 месяцев назад

    This is a great talk!

  • Nicole Firth
    Nicole Firth 5 месяцев назад

    60-90 seconds is not accurate not if you're estrogen dominant!

  • Jessica Baldwin
    Jessica Baldwin 5 месяцев назад

    Mindfulness...so healing! 🤗

  • Susan Bettis
    Susan Bettis 5 месяцев назад

    This is a bit naive. If only it was this easy. For many folks, it just isn't. There is too much injustice in this world. To just go into our own, safe mindfulness is a social cop-out.

  • Maidenvoyager1
    Maidenvoyager1 5 месяцев назад

    Makes sense, unless you’re depressed, in which case that “wave” of feelings doesn’t recede. It can stay and stay until you are drowning.

  • Mr. Numi Who
    Mr. Numi Who 5 месяцев назад

    The solution, as it always is, is philosophical enlightenment, which humans have never had (enter me).

  • Rigine Tay
    Rigine Tay 5 месяцев назад

    Thank you Dr Joan Rosenberg for this.

  • Joel Bonzon
    Joel Bonzon 5 месяцев назад

    How does one stay fully present when it happens?

  • Axeman Arbor
    Axeman Arbor 5 месяцев назад

    I agree . great informative . true for most people . I love watching people like her . thankyou Dr. Your a lovely person .

  • gbaby2471
    gbaby2471 5 месяцев назад

    Love this idea!!! This should be taught in school.

  • Helen Clement
    Helen Clement 5 месяцев назад

    I am in love with this woman... brilliant...thank you.

  • troy lenz
    troy lenz 5 месяцев назад

    Wow that was powerful. Excellent!

  • Cyndi Moring
    Cyndi Moring 5 месяцев назад

    I remember as a young person I learned to focus on that unpleasant feeling, stare at it, reason my way out of it & it worked!

  • Steff.
    Steff. 6 месяцев назад

    Yes this is da wae bruddas.

  • Shafi deen
    Shafi deen 6 месяцев назад

    Madam your speech made me speechless on listening to your lecture which is beyond my words, with full focus and attention, in order to handle our unpleasant feelings. Your delivery skills in terms of tone, language and body language which reflects your contentedness in your subject deal with. will surely try to follow your prescription.

  • Joe Kelly
    Joe Kelly 6 месяцев назад

    Clear & concise.

  • Marn Lim
    Marn Lim 6 месяцев назад

    Unpleasant feelings that only last a moment ... getting told one is boring as an example ... obviously a very mild version of what some pp experience in reality . Yes if it's about being boring sure... it won't last a moment of discomfort. But if it's about abuse... yes it lasts years doctor.

  • Ray Mukhtar
    Ray Mukhtar 6 месяцев назад

    Her friend was right, she is boring.

  • Tatchi26 Muzik
    Tatchi26 Muzik 6 месяцев назад

    Embrace each moment with equanimity🙏🏾

  • Lindsay Brill
    Lindsay Brill 6 месяцев назад

    Thank you so sincerely! I am just beginning to understand how important this is after 32 years of life. Just yesterday I was actually listening to a YTube video by Sadhguru -posted by Mystics Of India in which He explains to a venue of followers the proper instructions of, as well as the importance of, the Shiva Shambho Mantra; aka the source through which He receives His knowledge- and for the first time in.... my life, probably... I simply lost it. The hold I had on life just snapped, and I actually sobbed. My eyes didn't tear up.... I sobbed - snot was covering the notebook paper I had just been writing on... I broke the Guinness Book of My Records for most snot to exit in a single blow.... yah, I lost it.
    I recently discovered Matthew David Hurtado on Kindle and began reading his 2nd book (first, actually... unaware), called 'Ask Until It Is Given.' Maybe 2-3 hours prior to my snot flood, I had watched his YTube video about the Safe Touch Method - his process for releasing guilt and shame. I hadn't tried it yet though....
    Resistance, even subconscious... such a tricky menace. Anyway, I know I have an entire lifetime of unpleasant feelings to deal with and yesterday was just the beginning, so I thank you very much for your hard work... I've spent most of my life trying to "fix" myself or be "happier"... this will def help.

  • jen d.
    jen d. 6 месяцев назад

    Life changing.

  • mkorpal1
    mkorpal1 6 месяцев назад

    Amazing talk.. I'm so sensitive and it makes so difficult in life..

  • Clare pover
    Clare pover 6 месяцев назад

    found this great talk. thank you for the super presentation....many teachings in a nut shell. steps to take, why not?!

    SARTHAK MOHAPATRA 6 месяцев назад

    Portrayed in a refined way.

  • petmom ful
    petmom ful 6 месяцев назад

    I liked this a lot, because emotional control is a big problem for me, but I think I missed something. I am going to watch it again. I mean, what is the point of experiencing the difficult feelings? Just so you don't avoid them, and are not afraid of them? Dr. Joan is obviously a very intelligent lady, and she looks amazing. She is the kind of deep person that you would love to sit down and have a conversation with.

  • Micah DeLaurentis
    Micah DeLaurentis 6 месяцев назад

    Shouldn't the feeling of diarrhea be in there somewhere?

  • Clare pover
    Clare pover 6 месяцев назад

    yes well put. Zen too. Listen try and change. She talks from experience....

  • Serge Kronz
    Serge Kronz 6 месяцев назад

    It scared the sh.t out of me, i can’t take the feelings, so overwhelming, so scary

  • mssummerrose1
    mssummerrose1 6 месяцев назад

    What about fear ? And loneliness... ? Can the list be expanded? ...and why sometimes these unpleasant bodily feelings do not seem to fade after 90 seconds even when I sit down to pay full attention to them ? Thank you

  • Sanduni Ariyarathna
    Sanduni Ariyarathna 6 месяцев назад

    amazing speech...one of best Ted talk

  • althea anna dmarco
    althea anna dmarco 6 месяцев назад

    A very interesting video which has taught me something new today.Thank You,,,

  • Sutapa Bhattacharya
    Sutapa Bhattacharya 6 месяцев назад

    How to handle fear or anxiety?

  • Margaret Campbell
    Margaret Campbell 6 месяцев назад

    Very well explained

  • Fi Jones
    Fi Jones 6 месяцев назад