There are SO many things happening in our brain in midlife — and we seem to gravitate toward our “circumstances”. There are so many things hitting us all at once — from what is going on in our bodies to the hormone shifts to appearance changing and sometimes even midlife crisis stuff like marriage changes, career changes, etc. So how do you find Magic in the Mess? How can you work through your past trauma’s in order to enjoy life now…while you’re in Mid-Life and Beyond? Natalie Jill sat down with emotional health expert Dr. Neeta Bhushan to discuss this and so much more.
Neeta is a world-renowned emotional health expert & keynote speaker in the areas of grit and resilience. She has shared her thought leadership on international stages (including the Women’s Economic Forum in India, Google HQ, & Mindvalley ), as host of her top rated & popular podcast (The Brave Table) and in best-selling books (such as, Emotional GRIT: 8 Steps to Master Your Emotions, Transform Your Thoughts, and Change Your World). Neeta’s been featured on Forbes, Entrepreneur, NBC, ABC, CBS, Chicago Today, Verve, Tatler Magazine and more.
Dr. Neeta sold her large million-dollar cosmetic dentistry practice to create a global movement around emotional resilience. As part of her own journey to becoming a leader in her field and a voice for immigrant women & women of color, she traveled across 45 countries researching human behavior, ancient eastern philosophy and therapeutic psychology. She pooled that learning along with other life experiences overcoming multiple adversities, which include being orphaned at nineteen, surviving an abusive marriage, and extensive loss, contributed to the powerful message of resilience & grit to have found several institutes, including the Global GRIT Institute, wellness education platform for optimizing emotional wellbeing for entrepreneurs, and Co-Founder of Dharma Coaching Institute and organization helping train thousands to be the highest versions of themselves. Dr. Neeta lives in Austin, Texas, with her husband and two children. Her forthcoming book, That Sucked. Now What? How to embrace the joy in chaos and find magic in the mess, is due out in January 2023.
In this episode, you will learn:
- Steps to take to heal past traumas
- What to do when stressed & worried in the present
- How to rise after a loss