Tag Archives: safety

Utilize Everything, Take Risk, Don’t Settle, Practice over Perfection & Words of Thanks

Principle: Utilize Everything & Take more Risk In changing behaviour, there will be an element of uncertainty and challenge involved in going outside of the ranges of how I normally act (my comfort zone/safe haven). This visceral feeling of tension … Continue reading

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Fear, the Autonomic Nervous System & the narrowing of our Range of Behaviour

Fear versus anxiety Aside from the negative impact of unprocessed hurt from abuse I already mentioned, there is another detrimental factor to uncompleted past pain that I want to write about. That is, the underlying sense of threat a person … Continue reading

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