The Dr. Lee Warren Podcast

Neurosurgeon and author Dr. W. Lee Warren, MD delivers weekly prescriptions from neuroscience, faith, and common sense on how to lead a healthier, better, happier life. You can't change your life until you change your mind, and Dr. Warren will teach you the art of self brain surgery to get it done. Recent guests on the Dr. Lee Warren Podcast include Max Lucado, Philip Yancey, and John Bevere.

The Dr. Lee Warren Podcast

Infinitely Happier, Part 6: How to Win Your Biggest Battles

May 26, 2020

Sometimes we struggle because we keep losing battles our heart knows we’re supposed to win. Or even worse, we don’t even try sometimes. And when we know we were supposed to take up a challenge and we’re too afraid to even try, it leaves us feeling ashamed and guilty.

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Infinitely Happier, Part 5: Stop Trying to Change That Guy

May 22, 2020

Today we’re going to do a little relationship brain surgery. Because when you’re trying to change your life, it seems like there’s always one person- THAT GUY- who’s out there to stymie you.

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Infinitely Happier, Part 4: The Courage to Change

May 18, 2020

Today, we’re going to talk about courage. About how to shake off the fear of change and finally step into the freedom we’re designed to live in.

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Infinitely Happier, Part 3: Severing Sick Synapses

May 13, 2020

Synapses are where the business of the nervous system happens. But harmful synapses can hurt your life and hold you back. Today we look at how to sever sick synapses in our quest to become infinitely happier.

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Infinitely Happier, Part 2: The Tools To Fix Your Own Brain

May 10, 2020

Today, we’re going to look at how four things- training, preparation, planning, and practice experience- play into successfully managing our minds and helping us overcome the issues that continually seem to drag us down.

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Infinitely Happier, Part 1: How to Fight Anxiety

May 5, 2020

Life is not brain surgery. It’s harder. You can actually train someone to do brain surgery. But you have to live life to get good at it. Anxiety is one of the major problems that prevent an abundant, healthy life, but we’re going to learn some self-brain surgery techniques to fight it today.

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The Invitation: An Atheist Doubts His Faith and Seeks Happiness, Part II

May 1, 2020

Part II of my ongoing conversation with my friend, Dr. David Martorano, as he explores his newly discovered doubt in his longtime belief system of atheism.

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Christy Lefteri: Hope for Those Who Need It Most

April 29, 2020

Join me for a fascinating conversation with International bestselling author Christy Lefteri about her life, her work, her novels, and what she’s writing next, as well as her perspective on how to find hope even when it seems so far off.

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Changing Your Perspective Helps Your Heart (With Matt and Madison Meron)

April 28, 2020

When you’re going through something hard, it’s easy to focus on your own troubles. This can lead to depression and anxiety, and a downward spiral in your heart. But a great way to make things better is to look around to see what other people are dealing with and try to find ways to help them. Join me for a great conversation with a young couple who are working with refugees and displaced people around the world.

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Tommy Walker: God Knows Your Name

April 25, 2020

Tommy Walker is a world-renowned songwriter, worship leader, and pastor. His song, “He Knows My Name,” has helped people all over take comfort in being known by God. Today, Tommy shares the beautiful origin of “He Knows My Name,” to help us all understand that even when we feel isolated and unnoticed, God sees us, hears us, and loves us.

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