Dan Schawbel asks Dr. Edith Eger about the Holocaust, preserving culture, wisdom she’s passing down to future generations, dealing with anxiety and her best career advice.
Dr. Nicole LePera
Edith is a psychologist and Holocaust survivor who just released the book “The Gift”. I got chills throughout the book and know members of this community will love every word. Edith is an embodied teacher who gifts us with the wisdom that we are not not victims of our past, but powerful creators of our future. Her story is a testament to our true human potential. She’s a gift.
Book Dreams Podcast
Finding Hope, Even Now, with Dr. Edith Eger
Listen at one of the links below as Edie talks with Julie and Eve about how to escape the prison of victimhood, fight feelings of hopelessness and powerlessness through choice, and learn to turn hate into pity as we journey through uncertain times.
Slo Mo: A Podcast with Mo Gawdat
Hosted by entrepreneur, bestselling author, and former Chief Business Officer of Google X, Mo Gawdat, Slo Mo podcast features interviews that explore the extraordinary lives of everyday people and celebrates the common pursuit of happiness found in all who live a life of passion. A special two part episode (with part 1 releasing on 8th October and part 2 on 11th October), is launching as part of the Jewish Sukkot holiday – welcoming Dr. Edith Eger , internally acclaimed psychologist and author of ‘The Gift: 12 Lessons to Save Your Life’, and ‘The Choice: Embrace The Impossible’ to the podcast.
The Upgrade at Lifehacker Podcast
How to Break Free From Your Mental Prisons, With Psychologist Dr. Edith Eger – This week we’re breaking free from our mental prisons of victimhood, fear, and hopelessness with help from psychologist and Holocaust survivor Dr. Edith Eger. Listen to hear Dr. Eger talk with Jordan and Alice about how our thoughts create our feelings, and how changing the language of your thoughts can lead you to a more take-charge approach to life.
Good Morning America
How to find joy in the darkest of times
Hallmark Channel’s Home & Family
Dr. Eger talks about the 12 physiological lessons she shares in The Gift, and how to shift your mindset from being a victim to becoming empowered. The interview also focuses on lessons of avoidance and self-neglect.
The Ballerina of Auschwitz
with Ronda Robinson
Dr. Edith Eger offers keys to free ourselves from our own prisons of the mind.
TODAY Interview: 18 tips for living your best life from a Holocaust survivor
“We can’t control what’s happening. But we can choose how we respond to it.”
with Jonathan Van Ness
One of the lessons in Dr. Edith Eger’s latest book The Gift is that love equals time. And on this week’s Getting Curious, Dr. Eger is joining Jonathan for an hour of love, compassion, and life lessons. Dr. Eger is a bestselling author, psychologist, and Holocaust survivor. Her first book The Choice, released in 2018, details her story of courage and resilience as a survivor of Auschwitz. In her new book The Gift she shares some of her best advice for confronting life’s challenges and building a meaningful existence.
You Can’t Heal What You Don’t Feel – A Lesson in Grief with Dr. Edith Eger
I hope you enjoy this incredible conversation I got to have with Dr. Edith Eva Eger, Holocaust survivor and expert on both grief and what it takes to forgive. We discuss the power of the human mind, the end of our childhoods, and the transcendent nature of forgiveness.
Lewis Howes – The School of Greatness Interviews Dr. Eger
HOW DO WE FORGIVE THE UNFORGIVABLE?
Dr. Edith Eger is a Holocaust survivor, clinical psychologist, and author of the book, “The Gift: 12 Lessons to Save Your Life.” In this powerful interview, Dr. Edith discusses why she felt like her Nazi guards were more imprisoned than she was, what forgiveness truly means, how to free your mind from the shackles of the past, and so much more.
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Weekend on One, RTÉ Radio One
Listen to Dr. Eger’s interview with Brendan O’Connor about her new book, The Gift.
I don’t think I’ve ever spoken to somebody who was so free, and I think if we can all take 1% of what you have going on, we can all be bit freer in our lives.Brendan O’Connor , RTÉ Radio One