Bliss Bits Radio host Moneeka Sawyer talks about Dr. Dupree’s guest appearance on Bliss Bits Radio.
The February 1st Bliss Bits call was amazing. . .
Would you agree that BLISS is a natural state of happiness? Something we all want, right?
But why is it so hard to achieve? What gets in the way of choosing BLISS? I was delighted to have Dr. Debra Dupree dive deeper into the Science of Bliss to help us understand the physiology of our brain and shares three tips for making it come alive in your relationship.
Dr. Dupree has a PsyD in Psychology and is so knowledgeable about the science of how our brains work. If you are interested in learning how to improve all of your relationships, you have to listen to this replay!
Here is the link: Dr. Debra Dupree on the Science of Bliss in our Relationships
Some of my favorite things Dr. Dupree talked about where:
1) The biological reasons we tend to be predisposed to feeling negative emotions rather than positive emotions. I’ve always known this is true, but now there is scientific evidence, which means we have more information on how to utilize that to achieve more bliss.
2) The biggest reason men and women respond differently in relationships has to do with how much oxytocin we have.
3) She gave 3 awesome tips on how to deal with conflicts that invariably happen in all relationships.
Let me share some more about Dr. D…
She developed her passion for helping people in tough situations from watching her dad crash and burn as a successful businessman to a lost soul…financially, emotionally, and legally. She became fascinated with what makes people tick and what drives their behavior. To make sure she was on a solid foundation, she first became licensed as a mental health professional many years ago but stepped her knowledge and expertise by completing her doctorate degree in psychology in 2014. Today, Dr. D works with people to recover from the dramas and traumas in their pasts to discover happiness within…moving their relationships from troubled to cooperative, to live healthier and more authentic lives.