Taylor Swift - All Too Well: The Short Film is a hot topic on everyone's mind these days. Taylor Swift Red (Taylor’s Version) which was "Re-recorded in meticulous detail, along with a dozen songs cut from the 2012 original, Taylor Swift’s most pivotal album has still more to say about growing up and moving forward," says Pitchfork Magazine. Speculated to be about Taylor Swift and her Ex Jake Gyllenhaal's breakup in 2010, today, Dr. Courtney Tracy takes the film and breaks down some of the key elements from the piece.
00:00 - 00:46 Intro 01:46 - 02:44 Wanting Two Different Things at The Same Time 03:02 - 03:46 Gaslighting 03:59 - 04:25 Calling People "Crazy" 04:46 - 05:24 Projection in Arguments 06:04 - 06:53 Resolving Fights too Fast 07:16 - 08:43 Age and Emotional Dysregulation 09:18 - 10:46 Truth Doctor's Final Thoughts 10:46 - 11:33 Outro
ABOUT THE HOST Dr. Courtney Tracy is a multi-hyphenate licensed clinical social worker and doctor of clinical psychology who helps destigmatize and shift perspectives on mental health across multiple online platforms that reach over 3.5 million people worldwide every month. Known as ‘The Truth Doctor’, she serves as a conduit for the normalization of vulnerability, authenticity and honesty surrounding our mental health struggles while simultaneously building an empire of relatable and helpful mental health products, services and content.
At 24 years old, she received her first director position at a treatment center in Malibu, CA that served adults suffering from co-occurring disorders. At 26, she founded her own outpatient treatment center in Santa Barbara. At 30, she successfully defended her dissertation, exited her first business, becoming the first millionaire and doctor in her entire multi-cultural family lineage.
Dr. Tracy is an unparalleled voice in both social and mass media and has been featured in over fifty media outlets since 2020 including The New York Times, The LA Times, Good Morning America, PopSugar, and Women’s Health. She has also appeared as an expert on a variety of networks such as Netflix, CNN, ABC, and FOX.
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