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Guest Profile: Martha Beck

URL: http://www.MarthaBeck.com

Martha Beck

Martha Beck, Ph.D., holds three social-science degrees from Harvard University. She has taught a variety of subjects at Harvard and the American Graduate School of International Management. Author of several international bestsellers, including Expecting Adam and Finding Your Own North Star, and her newest book, Finding Your Way in a Wild New World.


Beck is also a monthly columnist for O, The Oprah Magazine. USA Today and Psychology Today have referred to her as "the best known life coach in America." She lives with her family in Phoenix, Arizona and California's Central Coast. For more information, please visit marthabeck.com.

Martha Beck's Past Shows

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Transformative Moments

Depression Myths

Approximately two out of three people who commit suicide suffer from major depression first. In the past, we have spent more time focusing on suicide than on this dominant root cause. And that's finally changing.
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Women in Worship

The Church of England has voted to allow women to become bishops for the first time in its history.
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The Danger in Demonizing Male Sexuality

"Popular culture sets up this idea that men are sexual predators who need to resort to trickery and cologne to fulfill their one and only mission, which is sticking their penis in a girl. It’s sad. It’s insulting. And it’s damaging."
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8 Scientifically-Backed Ways To Feel More Confident (Even When You're Not)

We dedicate time and energy to cultivating the feeling so we can tap into it when we need it most: at work, in business meetings, on dates, during tough conversations. Fortunately, there are a few science-backed tricks to get us there (even when we totally don't feel it).
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