Monthly Archives: April 2011

ADDICTIONS: Calming Your Brain When Upset-Part Three

In Part One and Two we talked about the importance of knowing when our relational circuits are on or off and what to do when they are off.  Deliberately going to an appreciation moment is the easiest and quickest way … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the ‘Good-Bad Split’

It has been my observation now and then that many parents feel unsure about discipline. There is fear that they will be too strict or their child will be damaged in some way if disciplined. I would like to offer some thoughts on why discipline … Continue reading

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TRIGGERS:Calming Your Brain When Upset-Part Two

 In Part One we looked at how to go to an appreciation memory in order to help us get our relational circuits (RC’s) back on and be able to relate better with God and others. In this part I want … Continue reading

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APPRECIATION:Calming Your Brain When Upset-Part One

If you could learn an easy way to calm yourself and/or get the relational circuits in your brain back on when you’re upset, would you be interested? Stick with me here for a few minutes and I will share with … Continue reading

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