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What’s it like to be at rock bottom?
“It’s the moment you wake up and realize that you might not survive this,” writes Dr. Shefali, clinical psychologist and author of the New York Times bestseller A Radical Awakening.
Everyone experiences loss, pain, and uncertainty in their lives (remember 2020?). But transformation happens when you embrace the lows instead of trying to escape them.
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Dr. Shefali, an expert in family dynamics and personal development, received her doctorate in clinical psychology from Columbia University and specializes in the integration of Western psychology and Eastern philosophy.
But this isn’t just research or her PhD talking, Dr. Shefali knows the pain of rock bottom firsthand — because for years she lived there herself.
In this MarieTV you’ll learn:
- The low point that sparked Shefali’s radical awakening.
- Why striving to be “good” is holding you back.
- The #1 thing we get wrong about personal growth.
- How to let go of impossible expectations.
- 3 critical choices you can make at every low point.
- The power of hitting rock bottom and where to go next.
If you, or someone you know, is facing a low point, watch this now.
Now we’d love to hear from you.
In the comments below, tell us your biggest insight, takeaway, or aha moment from today’s episode.
Don’t let this conversation go in one ear and out the other. Leave a comment now.
Why? Because change happens when we take our insights and put them into action in little ways every day.
Real transformation is an inside job.
Or as Shefali says, “Nothing on the outside can truly change on a deep level if we don’t recalibrate our sense of worth.”
Take some time to nurture and care for yourself today. You’re worth investing in.