Episode 160: Shame, Worth, and Re-writing Your Story

with Dr. Suvrat Bhargave, M.D.

We’ve talked about shame recently and how it can hold us back, but what about the kind of shame that is deeply rooted in our past, that becomes and internal weight on our soul through the years? Dr. Suvrat Bhargave has extensive experience in helping people work through their vulnerabilities to lift the shame from their lives as a psychiatrist. In this episode, he shares with us some practical approaches to questioning the doubts from which shame can arise as well as why dealing with shame needs to be a balance of our need for connection with our individuality.

On Today’s Episode of A Healthy Curiosity:

  • Dr. Bhargave’s relationship with shame in his own life
  • Why identifying and confronting shame is so powerful
  • Finding transformation through moments of insight
  • Identifying with your being rather than your roles or actions
  • The blueprint for proving your inherent goodness and divinity to yourself

Suvrat Bhargave, M.D. is a renowned and respected educator, author, speaker, and board-certified psychiatrist, specializing in child and adolescent psychiatry. His uncanny ability to relate to a multi-demographic audience has allowed his practice to reach an unparalleled level of success based on empathy, education, and empowerment. His book, A Moment of Insight: Universal Lessons Learned from a Psychiatrist’s Couch, offers practical strategies and thought-provoking narratives to not only understand and persevere through challenging dilemmas, but to see greater purpose during these times. He demonstrates this through poignant patient stories and personal accounts. Affectionately known for his “relatable expertise”, Dr. Bhargave is highly sought after to lecture locally and nationally on a broad range of topics pertaining to personal growth, effective parenting, relationship satisfaction, and mental health conditions. After completing his residency training and specialty fellowship from Duke University, Dr. B (as he is lovingly called by his patients) continued his practice in hospitals, community health, and private practice settings.


A Moment of Insight by Dr. Suvrat Bhargave, M.D.

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