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 …

The Myth of Catharsis

In Latest Research, Trauma by christine

The Myth of Catharsis The term catharsis comes from the Ancient Greek word katharsis, which means purification/cleansing through the purging of emotions or the relieving of emotional tensions. The grandfather …

The Vagus Nerve

In Helpful Stuff, Latest Research by christine

The Vagus Nerve (and its importance to you overall wellbeing!) Many people are not familiar with the vagus nerve, and yet it is paramount to our overall health.  Deriving an …

Cognitive Dissonance

In Helpful Stuff, Latest Research by christine

Cognitive Dissonance  The term cognitive dissonance is used to describe the feeling of discomfort that results from holding two conflicting beliefs.  It is experiencing an inner conflict denoted by an …