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I appreciated Dr First’s discussion of the treatment of anxiety in pediatric practice. Dr. First refers to a study that said that people who report more positive experiences are less likely to have anxiety. He also gives the excellent point of asking them for a recent moment that they enjoyed or made them happy. The chicken or the egg question is, how do you know that people who report more positive experiences are happier because they have experienced them or they report more of them because they tend to be more happy and less anxious people. Clearly, the idea of having positive experiences and reinforcing the pleasure of them should be the goal for all people. Even the podcast itself always ends with an ‘aha moment’ that the Podcasters share. Again, thank you for Dr. First’s monthly segments and the podcast in general! David Katz
DSKatz via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/05/23
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