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Title:Cognitive Bypassing: How to Get Out of Your Head | Being Well Podcast

Cognitive bypassing occurs when we overthink to avoid feeling uncomfortable emotions like sadness, fear, or anger. In this episode, Dr. Rick and I share our personal experiences with cognitive bypassing, and explore how we can step out of our heads, get in touch with our emotions, and live a more fulfilling life. You'll learn why people can't just "feel their feelings," the function of cognitive bypassing, how we can use cognition to create space for our emotions, and practical tools for connecting with the non-cognitive aspects of our experience. Key Topics: 0:00 Introduction 1:50 What is cognitive bypassing? 3:00 How cognitive bypassing comes up in therapy 6:10 The function of cognitive bypassing 11:25 Does insight lead to action? 19:15 “Feel your feelings” vs. self-actualizing 25:20 Leveraging your cognition to create space from your feelings 31:25 Body sensations and self-compassion 34:35 Relating to others 39:15 Practical steps to being in touch with yourself 42:30 Intensity, valence, and opening to empathy 45:35 Rigidity and resistance 50:35 The range of possibilities within your constraints 57:15 Recap Subscribe to Being Well on: Apple Podcasts: Spotify: Who Am I: I'm Forrest, the co-author of Resilient ( and host of the Being Well Podcast ( I'm making videos focused on simplifying psychology, mental health, and personal growth. You can follow me here: 🎤 🌍 📸


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