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Robert Waldinger ON: If You STRUGGLE To Find Happiness In Life, WATCH THIS! | Jay Shetty

  • Жарияланды 2023 ж. 31 Нау.

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  • Lenard Francis
    Lenard Francis Ай бұрын +12

    Jay, I'm in Zimbabwe and have been following your podcasts on Podbean for 6 months now. I've stumbled on this in a search for meaningful content and I've been blown away by the conversations you've had. This one with Bob Waldinger is no exception. Even though we live in different continents and view the world through different lenses, it's amazing that, as people, we are so similar. Thanks for living out your purpose in a way that benefits millions.

    • Welding Girl
      Welding Girl Ай бұрын +4

      What a great comment, bless you and keep pushing!!

    • Anjani Mishra
      Anjani Mishra Ай бұрын +3

      Hello I am from India you are right

  • Glenda Valle
    Glenda Valle Ай бұрын +8

    I caught your channel and I have been struggling for a while now, but this was such an eye opening experience and I ordered the book. Everyone has been saying I really negative and I didn’t realize I was, but in hearings this I realized I played a critical role in growing up. It was truly negative and it is a related behavior and I want to Stop, while painful as hell Thank you for helping me grow

    • Warren Isaac
      Warren Isaac Ай бұрын

      That was my experience too. Growing up in a really negative environment and being a negative person as a result. Not knowing I was that way until multiple people pointed it out. I watch myself and watch to see if what I say is negative, what I do Is negative and most importantly if I am negative towards myself. I have to change how I am negative with myself before I can expect to change the way I am with someone else. Just as important is giving myself time to change, I didn't get this way overnight. Best of luck!

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      Appreciate your audience, reach out to me👆🏻

  • cierra
    cierra Ай бұрын +5

    I’m thoroughly enjoying this talk. I’ve gained new perspectives on different levels of my current relationships; it was very impactful. Thank you for having this conversation.

  • Your Black Therapist
    Your Black Therapist Ай бұрын +6

    Yes the first line is classic.♥️ We too often shape our lives on trying to please others and are often worried about what other people think👏🏾.

  • Nathan Leung
    Nathan Leung Ай бұрын +2

    Always truly appreciated Jay Shetty for the motivating work you’re doing & sharing and have been following you since learned a ton about life! Keep up the good work

  • Warren Isaac
    Warren Isaac Ай бұрын

    Your interviews teach me so much about my relationships with other people and just as important is the relationship with myself. Your work is inspiring Jay, Thank You!

  • Ellen Weber
    Ellen Weber Ай бұрын

    Wonderful conversation here and thanks for the deep and awesome reminders about nurturing vital relationships! So helpful and healthy! Also liked your willingness to challenge past ideas about Introvert and Extrovert. That topic has me revisiting a blog titled Inside the mind of an introvert. Would you agree we link introversion to fixed personality traits to the exclusion of how introversion works in brains that hold fluid transformation equipment. Thanks for your wonderful triggers for reflection. Best blessings in the critical work you do!

  • Rajni Sharma
    Rajni Sharma 21 күн бұрын +1

    Jay Shetty.. Seeing and listening to your podcast is the most Rivetting experience of my life.. Yeah of course one can change the course of one, s life seriously for the better if you want so .. but of course it is the desire behind it that must work else it can turn out to be a futile project... spirituality can help each one of us towards that goal. .. no matter what your age may be.. Sweetheart i am turning 80 in just a few months and i am looking at life with a new Perspective and i am sure in my heart that i will be able to show the world where there is❤ will there is a way.. Kudos to your efforts helping us change our lives and not waste away this last chance to live our beautiful remaining days embellished with all the love❤ warmth and all that goes with it. Sending you a big hug all the way. .. ❤

  • Daniel Schultheis
    Daniel Schultheis Ай бұрын +1

    What a beautiful conversation to listen to and to watch! Thank you Jay & Robert for these deep insights on connections and happiness!

  • Julie Midgley
    Julie Midgley Ай бұрын

    Such an absolutely delightful and insightful conversation Your shared energy, love of life, peace and joy are evident. A wonderful podcast, what I would call "soul food". Thank you both xoxo

  • lovelyme
    lovelyme Ай бұрын +4

    I love all of your podcasts. I loved what you said about people changing

  • Lissi Gabriel
    Lissi Gabriel Ай бұрын +5

    This is true we can help solve other peoples problems and not our own 😢I feel I can help other people and see what might be happening to their situation but I don’t have the courage for my own 😢💔

  • Hira Hassan
    Hira Hassan Ай бұрын +6

    Valuable conversation. Thanks!

  • transformation world
    transformation world Ай бұрын +2

    Thanks so much Jay Shetty for the incredible work you're doing
    I've been watching you since
    And without lying l've learned a lot about life ✨
    Hope just to meet you one day
    Thanks so much 💓

  • Susan Puckett
    Susan Puckett Ай бұрын +1

    This interview was really something I needed to hear. Thanks so much.

    BUSHIDO of FAITH Ай бұрын +2

    thank you, watch last night, and forgot to say. thank you for taking the time to put this on line, which always stimulates my mind, so thank you and God bless you both

  • Liliya A
    Liliya A Ай бұрын +1

    Absolutely loved this episode, such an interesting conversation

  • Vin You
    Vin You Ай бұрын

    Such an insightful podcast. Very interesting. Could you please upload a part 2 conversation with Dr Robert Waldinger? Thanks for the book suggestion, hopefully it is available in my country or will order a Kindle version.

  • Teddy Freeze
    Teddy Freeze Ай бұрын +4

    Great interview Jay! I’m going to be on your show one day.

  • Na'ama Binnes
    Na'ama Binnes Ай бұрын +3

    Loved this video! What an amazing guy ❤

  • Shalonda Williams
    Shalonda Williams 27 күн бұрын

    This is sooo good. Awesome points about toxic family. Grace

  • Manifest Abundance using Motivation

    Life-changing insights! Robert Waldinger's wisdom is a must-watch for anyone struggling with finding happiness. Jay Shetty always knows how to bring the best out of his guests. Thanks for sharing this incredible video.🙏

  • Siba
    Siba Ай бұрын

    Love your podcast so much, love from South Africa ❤️

  • Mryam Khan
    Mryam Khan Ай бұрын

    Best podcast I have ever watched 💜

  • Brittany Jackson
    Brittany Jackson Ай бұрын +3

    Wonderful information. Listened over on Google Podcast and came here to like and say thank you!

  • Thiên Thủ Thiên Nhãn
    Thiên Thủ Thiên Nhãn Ай бұрын +1

    Keep doing your best so that your future will not be regret

  • Aditya Jadhav
    Aditya Jadhav Ай бұрын +3

    Big Fan Jay Sir ❤️

  • Sumin T Thomas
    Sumin T Thomas Ай бұрын +2

    Incredible 👏👏

  • Janice Scott-Pair
    Janice Scott-Pair 18 күн бұрын +1

    Exactly, sometimes you must walk away from certain family members. Blood is not always thicker than water.

  • Sarwan Khattak
    Sarwan Khattak Ай бұрын

    Great Video..................matchless...... Love you Jay...............keep it up.
    Thanks Bob for such a useful inforfmation. Thank you.

  • Cheickne Samake
    Cheickne Samake Ай бұрын +2

    i will make it and meet jay one day❤❤❤

  • Shraddha Mahwe
    Shraddha Mahwe Ай бұрын +2

    I am now a mature student in UK healthcare. It worries me how the young adult try relentlessly to people please including patients.
    The blanket rule of just being nice & kind to everyone is gone out of the window.
    In the process of pleasing person X,T,D,z,o,6,4…. we loose ourself .

  • Bruce Twarze
    Bruce Twarze Ай бұрын +1

    can someone help me out finding the episode where he talks about a study where they ranked pleasure from 1-10 and non dual state was a 10/10

  • Anidem Medina
    Anidem Medina Ай бұрын

    59:40 effective relationship convo

  • Francisco Neto
    Francisco Neto 28 күн бұрын

    Please help me or teach me to be happy again I don’t want to forgive Tim at all but I want to move on to a better place. I want to take care of my mom better.

  • Jules Siriban
    Jules Siriban Ай бұрын

    i just watched your interview with elle! PLEASE do another episode with khloe k!!

  • Thato Mofolo
    Thato Mofolo Ай бұрын

    True dat 👊👊💯🤧

    IMPROVE YOUR FOCUS Ай бұрын +2

    Never regret yesterday. Life is in you today and you make your tomorrow.

  • sachika vashishtha
    sachika vashishtha Ай бұрын


  • paula
    paula 10 күн бұрын

    Great discussion - shame about the frequency of ad breaks

  • SoulTrekOTC
    SoulTrekOTC Ай бұрын +1

    Love this jay. He voice sounds like another spiritual teacher. I can’t remember if it’s Gary Zukoff or John Cabot zinn? 🤷‍♀️🧐

  • Kailash Singh
    Kailash Singh Ай бұрын

    I think if we live in life we have to be patience about any dream of any work.keep silent becomes dreamers

  • Devon Yarbrough
    Devon Yarbrough Ай бұрын +44

    I feel like he kept missing the point about some family members being consistently toxic and grating. Most of the time it’s better to step away from those and not keep trying to fix them if it’s only hurting you. That was the biggest obstacle in my life and I wish I didn’t let it go on so long as it took extreme tolls on my mental and physical health and general quality of life. Crazy but true. I loved this episode 😅

    • c smith
      c smith Күн бұрын

      Don't try to fix a narcissist. Terrible for your health . Leave and look for decency, kindness and respect. Even if you have children, which is so painful. Still....go.

    • Schytt Phuk
      Schytt Phuk 18 күн бұрын

      Thanks for saving me the time of playing it all the way thru.

    • Patrick Lewis
      Patrick Lewis 20 күн бұрын

      Robert said "sometimes you have to walk away from your family of origin." As a clinical Psychologist, I've noticed there are many instances where one needs to either walk away entirely or there are boundaries with others that need to be navigated/ created by the individual to help ease their experiences within themselves as they pertain to family. I've noticed those boundaries/ that decision to walk away (if done) are must effectively mediated/ guided by their own careful and meaningful introspection as it involves emotions/ feelings connected to those relationship experiences.

    • Rhonda White
      Rhonda White Ай бұрын +1

      @jtuno122 While I understand that it is not easy to listen to people say negative words to you. However, your self-esteem is how you feel about you, not how someone else feels about you. No one gets to say you're this or that but God. If Godnhas not planted any of those negative words about you in you, then stop be what other negative people say about you. I know, it's easier said than done. Nevertheless, you are strong and want to move forward with your life. Surround yourself with positive people and people who love on YOU!! family or not. Praying for your mental health, be blessed.

    • jtuno122
      jtuno122 Ай бұрын +3

      My toxic family is my problem too. Do I put my happiness first and possibly have regrets later or keep taking care of my parents who destroy my self esteem and my health and happiness and possibly regret it later? There’s no easy answer.

  • Victoria Baker
    Victoria Baker Ай бұрын +1

    The “Toxic Family” it’s a horrible label yet an absolute reality for so many us. Which makes sense as the world itself is reaching toxic levels. Humanity plays a massive part in this.
    Naming it for what it is brings awareness. Allowing for understanding, shift and change which will affect others and our environments. Healing… operating out of Love instead of Fear.
    Feeling and living from a place of connection instead of auto pilot.
    So, even though it feels wrong and family is family some will say. To walk away from environments that harm us physically and psychologically is in essence creating a better world.
    It’s creating a better you. That is worthy of being loved, respected, nurtured, adored, so that you can grow ❣️
    Stay strong you are not alone 🌟

  • c smith
    c smith Күн бұрын

    All very benevolent and totally missing the difference between worrying about a young adult getting cold ( love) and living with a horrible narcissistic parent. The latter requires leaving as soon as humanly possible and spending a lot of your life processing what destruction has been wrought upon one, in an effort to make a better life. Frightening that a psychiatrist speaks this way. Victims need him on their side, not waffling about letting others change and be respectful. Don't ever do that with a narcissistic parent. Run.

  • Shilpa Raheja
    Shilpa Raheja Ай бұрын

    Loved this. One of the rare ones where Jay spoke as much as or more than the interviewee! And I don't mean that in a bad way. It felt like two people discussing and bringing their own wisdom. Very enriching . Jay always asks the right and pertinent questions. I wish we were taught all this in school and college.

  • Emma 'sflying
    Emma 'sflying Ай бұрын +1

    Hi i have a question:what about if i don't like the person that my family member is becomming? It's 20yo so I accept he's all grown up now but he's becomming a very difficult person to deal with,self limiteting,self centered,it's all about him, he's always right,ecc.....how am i soppose to interact with that person? Ok,it's my son,so i can't just stop talking to him....and it's not a result of my education beacause i'm the opposite and i have another son and he's also so different.i keep telling myself that i have to respect his ideas and all but I don't like them at all and i don't like the type of man his becomming 😓 sorry for the mistakes,i'm italian 🙏😔 and i'm talking about the conversation at min 37. Thank you in advance 🫶

    • Inspired Insights
      Inspired Insights Ай бұрын

      @Emma 'sflying welcome

    • Emma 'sflying
      Emma 'sflying Ай бұрын +1

      @Inspired Insights thank you 🙏👍

    • Inspired Insights
      Inspired Insights Ай бұрын +1

      You need to find why he is becoming like that. Spend more time with him and see if his habits change. If you don't liked something just tell him and tell him why don't like it and why it's right or wrong according to you.

  • mark macfarlane
    mark macfarlane Ай бұрын +1

    Andrew Huberman has some concerns with the accuracy of your opening claims.

  • Laura Fahey
    Laura Fahey Ай бұрын +2

    i’m a baby boomer i hav a good memory of all my school yrs from 8 yrs old on n some memories instead 4,5,6, yrs old of course

  • OT G
    OT G 28 күн бұрын

    A great freedom in being a no-body.
    Starting from a completely false premise: What is regret??? it has no place in reality and you look back the story is not even your essence no more than a kind of dream, you are most definitely not who you think you are and you are not an individual ..... just a conceptual fictitious character, an impostor apparently walking through time and space. This question what you most regret is totally benign and this podcast etc is mere static, only good for entertainment purposes a distraction at best.. silence is the beginning of healing and there is absolutely no place for any reflections, questions of regret. Will pass on the chance to see you live on your first ever world tour or any book purchases. Keep feeding the dream..and good luck with that.

  • mutaleb talukder
    mutaleb talukder 11 күн бұрын

    What is the regret for


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  • Caty Santos
    Caty Santos Ай бұрын +2

    Hello good afternoon .
    I appreciate and watch all your content.ahe,I would like to know if you guys allow me to make cuts.?

  • Khan Khan
    Khan Khan Ай бұрын

    I rejected life you also rejected your life my promises

  • Preeti Preeti
    Preeti Preeti Ай бұрын

    Am I the only person feel his voice sounds like Robin sharma

  • Michael Pontillas
    Michael Pontillas 18 күн бұрын

    The day you realize your PARENTS were right,
    your KIDS will be telling you
    that you're WRONG.

  • Vegancatlady 101
    Vegancatlady 101 Ай бұрын

    So apparently males don’t like females over 25. I am 29 single own a home. No kids and cannot entertain any type of relationship because I want to practice self-care & healing. So, I may be ready when I am 30. Is this too old? I can’t jump into any relationship. I have to work on me and heal. I want to be in my feminine energy and have a provider and help me but will he come if I am 30. I never thought 30 was too old until I realized guys bragging how they enjoy 25 and under. I don’t know how to feel about it but kind of disgusted honestly due to the fact it’s Predator characteristics

  • Sue Chandra
    Sue Chandra 13 күн бұрын

    Jai SHIT

  • PK Indian
    PK Indian Ай бұрын

    I freezed some time on you 😀

  • Go Bike Go
    Go Bike Go 13 күн бұрын

    Who invited who ?

  • Nicholas Clifford
    Nicholas Clifford 11 күн бұрын

    great discussions but the host talks way too much!