MissMaeg is joined by past guest Dr. Michael Sapiro for another self-help episode to discuss the question "Why we like ourselves better when high?". Maegan and Dr. Mike recommend resources and tips on how to build self-compassion and acceptance, integration of the self and what that looks like, DBT's concept of radical acceptance, resiliency in recovery (including being flexible with the glitches of technology that take place in this episode) and much more!
Dr. Michael Sapiro is a clinical psychologist, Dharma and meditation teacher, former Buddhist monk, and founding teacher of Maitri Sangha Boise and director of Maitri House Yoga, LLC in Boise, Idaho. He is also on faculty at Esalen Institute and a Fellow at the Institute of Noetic Sciences. Visit Dr. Mike's website at https://www.michaelsapiro.com
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