Ultimate Performance Specialist Dr. Joseph McClendon joins The Doctors and brings with him something he wants to share called “asstitude!"
The Doctors welcome Ultimate Performance Specialist Dr. Joseph McClendon III to help us understand “asstitude,” the concept of shaking your butt in order to feel happier.
The Doctors discuss a study which found that married couples who make less than $60,000 a year tend to be happier. Find out what psychologist Dr. Cortney Warren thinks about this less-money, more-happy concept.
The Doctors welcome psychotherapist Dr. Mike Dow and bestselling author Amy Newmark, who wrote “Chicken Soup for the Soul: The Power of Yes!” to discuss how facing your fears can change your life in amazing ways.
The Doctors share an easy tip that can boost your self-esteem and it involves doing something nice for someone else.
Is the secret to a long and healthy life connected to your attitude and outlook?
Is the “happy drug” Phenibut - that claims to ease anxiety - worth all the hype? The Doctors explore the safety of this supplement.
Psychologist Dr. Robi Ludwig joins The Doctors with tips to make your milestone birthdays amazing instead of miserable.