Dr Oberdan Marianetti
Psychologist and Clinical Sexologist
Ralph Waldo Emerson once said “to be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment.”
We live in a world where standards of beauty, intelligence and success are impressed upon us. Some of us struggle, fight and stand confidently in our beliefs. Some of us just… follow.
It becomes a concern when there is an imbalance between societal expectations and our desires. When this imbalance becomes unbearable, one may find themselves with increasing psychological stress. Mindset may become negative. Behaviours may become self-destructive. One may lose their self- identity.
About Dr. Oberdan Marianetti
Dr. Oberdan is a Psychologist and Clinical Sexologist based in Singapore. He received his Psychology training in the UK and Clinical Sexology training in the US.
In this episode, you will enjoy…
- Learning how the society affects the individual and how each is conditioned to follow somebody else’s script in living their life
- How to recognize when someone is off balance as well as losing their sense of self and identity
- How to find the balance for one’s self and ways to embark on this journey
- Identifying when balance is completely achieved or will it ever be achieved
- How to help others find the balance within
- Help others learn how to set boundaries by teaching them to create a personal space between themselves and external demands. A space where they can breathe and become who they are.
- The key to reconnecting to self is working on our ability to be mindful, presence and awareness of the self and what’s around us.
- Purpose is not defined by what you do, but who you want to be.
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