Friday Jan 27, 2023

Danielle Arigo: Social Comparison as an Intervention for Behavior Change | Bouncing Back #11

Are you tired of constantly comparing yourself to others and feeling like you're falling short? You're not alone! In this episode of Bouncing Back: The Personal Resilience Science Insights Podcast, host Tia Harmer sits down with expert Dr. Danielle Arigo to explore the topic of social comparison and its impact on our personal resilience.

Dr. Arigo is an Associate Professor of Psychology at Rowan University and a licensed clinical psychologist who specializes in health psychology and behavioral medicine. Her research focuses on understanding the effects of social comparison and how it can be used to promote healthy behavior.

But this isn't just a boring academic discussion, Tia and Dr. Arigo dive into real-life examples of social comparison in our everyday lives and how it can affect our self-worth. Plus, they'll share tips and tricks on how to break free from the comparison trap and boost your personal resilience.

So come on, let's stop comparing ourselves to others and start focusing on being the best version of ourselves. Tune in now!

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