In this episode of The Catholic Gentleman, Sam and John are joined by Dr. Peter Malinoski to speak about the difference between courage and fearlessness. Peter discusses how a lot of what men experience is not in direct control of the will, and how we must work to become attuned to that in our own lives. If you or anyone in your life struggles with fear, anxiety, or depression, join us.
- Why many of us are just parodies of a true man
- The problem with constantly spiritualizing our problems
- Why we should avoid white-knuckling emotional difficulties
- How to handle fear appropriately
- And more…
Peter Malinoski, Ph.D., is the president and co-founder of Souls and Hearts, and a clinical psychologist for the past 20 years in private practice in Indianapolis. He specializes in resolving problems and healing wounds that bridge the psychological and spiritual realms. A particular emphasis on unconscious psychological factors that thwart one’s capacity to receive love from God, the Blessed Virgin Mary, and other people underlies his work. He also focuses on the unconscious dynamics that get in the way of us loving God and each other. He has been particularly influenced by Carmelite spirituality, especially St. Teresa of Avila, St. Therese of Lisieux, and St. Maximilian Kolbe. With Souls and Hearts, he manages the business operations and contributes to content creation. Peter has been married for 25 years to his beloved wife Pam and has seven children ages 8 to 23.
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