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Art and Science of a Cranky or Kind Amygdala

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Is your response to a sudden jolt or unexpected disappointment kind or cranky?   Science determines our mental growth or regression in a widely misunderstood but vital operation of our brain, called the amygdala. Art determines the emotional and mental benefits or battering we build into our lived amygdala experiences…. Read more »

Moods matter – Roundtable 7

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What changes miserable moods into model moods for you and those around you? We don’t need to default to bad moods when conflicts arise. To resolve the mood dilemma is also to build and sustain those emotionally strong communities many of us crave. Ask a two footed question like the… Read more »

Stress or Success – Choice or Fate?

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Has stress robbed you of fun you could have with your children, colleagues, friends or partner? If so you may have slipped into increasing stress problems spoken of at centers for disease control and prevention which reports a shocking number of people who fall into frequent stress fiascos.  Few disagree… Read more »

The Brain on Cortisol

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Listen to angry rhetoric, envy those who get ahead, or engage in name-calling and you are triggering a brain fueled by dangerous stress chemicals. Toxin  that can impact entire groups…. Long before you realize the stress problem, your brain may already be wired to fail.  Simple choices you make about moods today… Read more »