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What do we do with this????
I just read two articles about us as a culture. One article was about being cancelled. The other article was about someone who was addicted to social interaction. There is so much to consider with all of the social media and social interactions.
The cancel culture is interesting. Who do we knock out of our social circle and how do we judge these people that we have kicked out? Do we make them bad? This is called shaming. We really do not have any recourse for this action if we are covered with this idea from our friends and acquaintances. With social media we can make a mistake and it can be blown out of proportion and so everyone sees us as negative and not deserving their attention. The key word here is judgement. If we can get out of the habit of judging and try to understand someone on a deeper level then we can build a relationship. We don't always have to be in the same environment, we just need to understand how the other person is thinking and functioning. This is not on the surface, but on a level were we are not making the other person bad, just trying to understand the place that they are in, without reactivity. We are good at reactivity, especially, if we learned this from our family. How about learning to understand how we are feeling? What if we spent enough time with ourselves, without the phone or other interference? We would be able to learn how we interact, and not react. These are concepts to think about. What if we just do not get irritated all of the time? What if we don't look to outside substances or phones or movies or, or, or? Could we find a better way of living?
LENS neurofeedback helps the brain to heal from any kind of trauma, be it physical or emotional.
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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.