Neuroanatomy

In Helpful Stuff, Latest Research, Mood Disorders by christine

Neuroanatomy Many people trying to heal from trauma are incredibly hard on themselves regarding their suffering. Contrary to popular belief, trauma responses are neither cognitive or emotional responses (we cannot …

Reframing Anger

In Helpful Stuff, Self-Compassion by christine

Reframing Anger Many of us have been led to believe that anger is a bad thing; a “sin”, even. Instead of viewing anger as a bad thing, it is helpful …

Bend, not Break

In Helpful Stuff, Latest Research, Trauma by christine

Bend, not Break As evidenced by the research of esteemed neuroscientist Louis Cozolino, 90% of the present moment is defined by our past experiences. Fear receptors in our brains act …

Shadow Work

In Helpful Stuff, Self-Compassion, Trauma by christine

Shadow Work In psychology terms, the term “shadow” is used to describe the parts within all of us that we may try to hide, suppress or deny. It was originally …

The Art of Living

In Helpful Stuff, Self-Compassion by christine

The Art of Living Living in a time of reduced social interactions due to COVID might be making you feel an overwhelming sense of pressure to do more. Maybe you …