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Dr. Patricia O’Gorman, author, psychologist, and internationally known speaker on women’s issues, is joining us to share powerful and practical advice from her book, The Resilient Woman: Mastering the 7 Steps to Personal Power. Being over 50 is the perfect time to build your feisty factor, so don’t miss it!
Life happens despite our intentions and plans. Dealing with change or loss is an inevitable part of life. Everyone experiences varying degrees of setbacks. Some of these challenges might be relatively minor (not getting a position you really wanted), others are more devastating like a health challenge, break up, divorce,death or a natural or shall I say unnatural disaster or devastation. How we deal with these problems can play a major role in not only the outcome, but also the long-term psychological consequences. It can be the difference between a setback or a plan derailed. It can relatively short term or totally life changing. Have you ever wondered why some people seem to remain calm in the face of disaster, while others seem to fall apart? People that are able to keep their cool have what psychologists call resilience, or an ability to cope with problems and setbacks. Resilient people are able to utilize their skills and strengths to cope and recover from problems and challenges, whether they be job loss, financial problems, illness, natural disasters, medical emergencies, divorce or the death of a loved one. Those who lack this resilience may instead become overwhelmed by such experiences. They may dwell on problems and use unhealthy coping mechanisms. Generally, these complicate the problem and makes it slower to recover from setbacks and if you stay here too long you may experience more psychological problems and distress. According to experts, resilience is actually quite common and people are very capable of learning the skills that it takes to become more resilient. Which are You? We provide simple, soul-delicious ideas, techniques, and solutions that will awaken your life,guide and resource your path to transformation, have you unstuck, resistance free, moving forward in the creation of your best life now. Call TransformativeLifeSolutions today at 888.848.7406.
What is resiliency anyway? Please join us for the next episode of Discussions with Delia as we examine the topic of resilience in children? Let's see what the research says about life outcome, success and resilient children. Were you a resilent child and what type of adult did you become?
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Today we read and comment on excerpts from the book, The Male Brain, by Dr. Louann Brizendine. Chapter six is Manhood: The Emotional Lives of Men. We'll follow a couple with a commentary from Dr. Brizendine about what's happening in the husband's brain. Hormones and certain different parts of the brain come into play. For example, a part of the male brain's hypothalamus, the dorsal premamillary nucleus, or DPN, has been discovered in rats, to contain circuitry for this instinctive one-upmanship.
We'll find out about the two types of emotional systems we have, and why men tend to have a stone cold face when faced with a problem. We'll also see an example of autocatalytic anger, and more. Tune in anytime to listen, and feel free to spread the word to someone you know who might enjoy listening to this subject matter.
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