Come to the calm of a well functioning brain.
Here is some information from Joseph Grenny. He travels the world teaching people how to work better.
We have all been staying at home or at a distance. We will soon be in contact with others, other than the ones we live with. This is something that you can practice, even with your family.
We need to learn to own our emotions, this is about me, not them or that...or.... What is going on is not externally caused, we are not victims. We can learn to name the story. Is this a victim story? I have no responsibility with this problem, I am virtuous and it is really the other persons fault. Or is it the villain story? This increases the faults of others and their evil motives. Or is it the helpless story? There is nothing that I can do, any action on my part is pointless.
So what about listening, humbly and speaking up honestly? Without reactivity!
It is important to challenge the story. Ask questions of your self. These questions can include: "Why would a person say this?", What do I really want?", What is the right thing to do?"
What is your primal story? How are you predictable in certain situations?
What the brain likes to do is perceive certain situations as a threat and this causes reactivity. So saying things to yourself like: This can't hurt me, Humility is strength, not weakness. This helps the frontal part of the brain to become activated.
LENS neurofeedback helps to heal the brain of that old reactivity. It helps the brain to work in a flowing, less stressed way.
Hello, my name is Dana Lee Collins M.A.,L.P.C. I am a psychotherapist that has been trained in the art of neurofeedback. This science helps to heal the brain of trauma. I am dedicated to helping people heal.