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Jul 31, 2019

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Music can be so powerful at setting our mood.

So much so that experiments have shown that music can dictate our interpretation of events where images are accompanied by different kinds of music. For example, grave images with whimsical music were seen as humorous, and sad pictures with silly music...

Jul 24, 2019

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Did you know that during adolescence the brain goes through more neurological changes that it does at any point in human development? That's even more changes than during the notorious "terrible twos" and one of the reasons why interacting with teenagers can be so complicated.

Being around teens can...

[script] Tapping For And Responding To Feeling Like You SHOULD Do Something

Jul 17, 2019

I recognize the fact that I feel like I should do this...Should is a powerful word...When I use the word should...It feels like I must...When I use the word should...It feels like I have to...When I use the word should...It feels as if I am out of control...But it makes sense that I feel like I am obliged to something...

Jul 17, 2019

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A concept that I learned very early on in my training as a practitioner was: Our emotional response is dictated by how we describe the world, and not the way the world actually is.

That's why I am constantly asking my clients for more details about how they understand what is going on in their...

Jul 10, 2019

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In Pod #370 last week we talked about how best to use tapping when contemplating or going through a divorce.

This week I have a conversation with Melissa Beasley about abusive relationships.

Between these two conversations you can see how hard it is to talk about relationships going badly. There is...