Overcoming Your Past & Breaking
The Victim Mentality
With The Bipolar Rabbi,
Rabbi Alfredo Borodowski
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Episode 39 Shownotes
In this episode, I have brought Rabbi Alfredo Borodowski into the Dreamers Believers & High Achievers Studios
In June of 2013, the Mamaroneck police arrested Rabbi Alfredo for impersonating a police officer. He was hospitalized and diagnosed with bipolar. In the ensuing seven days, he was fired from his position as executive director of a prestigious institute and ridiculed by the press as “the Road Rage Rabbi.”
His world collapsed & he spent several months paralyzed on a couch with depression. But he persevered and thrived once again, becoming a social worker. A factor tipped the scale in his favor; He discovered Positive Psychology.
Positive Psychology studies the strengths that make us fulfill our potential. Discovering his own strengths allowed him to overcome his negative thoughts and move forward.
I am honored to have Rabbi Alfredo join me today and share his powerful story.
Value gems from the show today
The 3 Big Takeaways
1. Don’t write a negative movie script about yourself, a horror movie. Make sure you have a support system in place.
2. Every person in this world is a unique being, with strength and potential.
3. Positive psychology focuses on what is strong in you. It focuses on the positive and not what it wrong with you.
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