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emotional

Ep #42: Entitled to an Emotional Vice

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Coffee With Dr. Kashey
Ep #42: Entitled to an Emotional Vice
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During times of extreme emotional stress, what do you turn to? Dr. Kashey understands that it can be tempting to choose comforting habits that don’t ultimately help you in the long run. He helps us discern the difference between “If I take care of myself then I feel better” vs. “If I feel better then I’m taking care of myself.” The good Dr. Kashey is here to set you up for success when you hit those times of extreme emotional stress. 

hacks

Ep #41: Diet Hacks 99% Right and 100% Wrong

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Coffee With Dr. Kashey
Ep #41: Diet Hacks 99% Right and 100% Wrong
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In this episode, Dr. Kashey scrutinizes popular nutrition tips, tricks, and hacks such as “chew slower in order to eat less food!” Does this advice really help people make better food choices? Or does it only make meals more miserable? The good Dr. Kashey firmly believes in enjoying his meals, and he wants you to enjoy your meals as well. As it turns out, the more enjoyable the food, the more efficacy you have to make good food choices. Roll the intro.

long-term

Ep #40: The Shift Between Short-Term and Long-Term Health

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Coffee With Dr. Kashey
Ep #40: The Shift Between Short-Term and Long-Term Health
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Dr. Kashey looks at Dutch research on health decision-making. They asked some subjects to consider short versus long-term decision-making processes, specifically with regard to their health. These researchers called it the “Mental Simulation Model of Decision Making” and they looked at two experimental groups. Essentially every time we eat, we’ve made a series of decisions on what to eat and how it will make us feel. But if we came in with health at the forefront of our decision-making, as opposed to pleasure, we would choose more wisely.

locations

Ep #38: How Labels and Locations Affect You

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Coffee With Dr. Kashey
Ep #38: How Labels and Locations Affect You
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How does eating change when the same food is described in different ways? In this episode, the good Dr. Kashey picks apart the interesting science behind how labeling food as a snack versus a meal changes the way we think about food as well as impacts how much we eat. As always, Dr. Kashey touches on the value of self-awareness and positivity regarding the way we think about food, and reminds us that the biggest problems we have are within our capabilities and power to solve. If you need help replacing snacks with satisfying meals designed for your unique needs, Dr. Kashey is here for you.

knowledge

Ep #37: Strengthen Your Connection Between Knowledge and Action

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Coffee With Dr. Kashey
Ep #37: Strengthen Your Connection Between Knowledge and Action
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In today’s podcast episode Dr. Kashey looks at how we need to have a strong connection between our knowledge and our actions when it comes to weight loss and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Knowing how and why we behave as we do will give us an advantage, as it leads to self-autonomy and monitoring. This in turn leads to our automation of positive behavior development.

All

Ep #36: All or Nothing

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Coffee With Dr. Kashey
Ep #36: All or Nothing
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Have you ever been bullied?  Or been too harsh with yourself? Dr. Kashey explains the root of this kind of behavior, and how to find the key to freedom!

Track

Ep #35: When Getting Back on Track Feels Impossible

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Coffee With Dr. Kashey
Ep #35: When Getting Back on Track Feels Impossible
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The views from the top of the Great Wall of China are pretty spectacular. But what if you were a soldier who had to scale it? Now that’s a challenge. And that’s how it can feel when you’ve been on top of your plans, making some great progress – but then you mess up and are thrown off your groove! Will you ever be able to get back on track? Yes! The good Dr. Kashey has got your back with some valuable insight, and a simple three-step solution to help you get back on track sooner than you’d think was possible!

Overcompensate

Ep #34: When You Overcompensate After You Goof

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Coffee With Dr. Kashey
Ep #34: When You Overcompensate After You Goof
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An “eye for an eye” sounds fair – but what about “an eye for an arm, and a leg, and an eye?”  Believe it or not, we actually do this to ourselves sometimes!  Like if you’ve ever goofed, and then instead of making a small correction you’ve done extra to “make up” for that mistake.  This kind of overcompensation is actually pretty common, especially for high-performing people!  But don’t worry, because the good doctor has the fix so that instead of punishing yourself for making mistakes, you can take steps toward mastering them!

33 Keep Going

Ep #33: You May As Well Keep Going

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Coffee With Dr. Kashey
Ep #33: You May As Well Keep Going
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Dr. Kashey walks us through the ways we reinforce our self-sabotaging behaviors through negative reinforcement and operant conditioning. He shares the 3-step path to get back on track when we’ve veered from our plan. Grab your coffee and a notepad; you won’t want to miss this!

beating yourself up

Ep #32: When You’re Beating Yourself Up

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Coffee With Dr. Kashey
Ep #32: When You're Beating Yourself Up
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Dr. Kashey explains that many of his clients expect perfection from themselves and beat themselves up over goofs in their lives. The goofs can be in any area of life. Extreme high performers are the worst at beating themselves up over mistakes made, creating a feedback loop of self-sabotaging behavior.

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