Wed, 28 November 2018
Are you living your best life? You know, this show exists to help you find and create your own rules for living and boundaries that honor your desires. Today’s show covers creative ways to live with connection and authenticity---no matter what other people might say.
Meg Poe is a dear friend, psychiatrist, and interpersonal psychoanalyst. She has a profound lifelong professional question by which she lives and works: ”How do I live, love, and work well?” Meg has a private practice in NYC, where she works with all types of people. She created and teaches the insanely popular course at NYU called Love. It’s an interdisciplinary class that draws from film, poetry, philosophy, art, psychology, and neuroscience.
Meg and I met through our husbands, and we loved this chance to get together and chat about some important topics. We talk about motherhood, the healing value of nature, and how women are terrified to be perceived as crazy, along with the harm that fear has done to us. We also talk a little one-on-one about sound healing and much more. Join us!
You can read the full show notes at www.alexandrajamieson.com/204