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The Mary Marantz Show

Oct 17, 2023

How well do you truly connect with the parts of your story that involve suffering? 

Join Mary and Dr. Curt Thompson, renowned psychiatrist, speaker, and author, as they discuss:

  • The role of recognizing our unresolved wounds, 
  • The significance of co-regulating emotional distress, and 
  • The four attachment styles that drive our relationships. 

Discover practical strategies to become more aware of your interior life and steps you can take to deepen your experience of the unwavering presence of God amidst suffering.

They are chatting:

  • How suffering manifests and multiplies in our bodies
  • How community can be the embodied presence of Jesus
  • The lifelong journey of redemption and transformation


In this captivating episode,  Dr. Thompson takes us on a journey through the complexities of suffering, hope, and the human mind and challenges listeners to explore the underlying wounds that inhibit enduring hope. 

As we embark on this transformative journey, may we find the courage and wisdom to face our suffering head-on and discover the beauty and goodness that await us on the other side.


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More About Dr. Curt Thompson: Dr. Curt Thompson weaves together an understanding of interpersonal neurobiology (IPNB) and a Christian view of what it means to be human — to educate and encourage others as they seek to fulfill their intrinsic desire to feel known, valued, and connected. He understands that deep, authentic relationships are essential to experiencing a healthier, more purposeful life — but the only way to realize this is to begin telling our stories more truly.  Through his workshops, speaking engagements, books, organizational consulting, private clinical practice, and other platforms, he helps people process their longings, grief, identity, purpose, perspective of God, and perspective of humanity, inviting them to engage more authentically with their own stories and their relationships. Only then can they can feel truly known and connected and live into the meaningful reality they desire 
to create. In his most recent book, The Deepest Place, Thompson invites us to explore how the Apostle Paul's experience of love, secure attachment, and the deeply felt sense of God's abiding presence carried him through the challenges he faced--and how it can help us not just survive, but flourish in the presence of suffering.