What’s Worse than a Difficult Conversation? Avoiding One!

Difficult conversations are sometimes a necessary part of interacting with people. No one finds them pleasant, or enjoyable, and they raise a swag of negative emotions for all involved. People avoid talking to those whose behaviour creates problems. We talk about them and not to them. We avoid having difficult conversations. If we do try to

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Working with your Multiple Brains

The latest findings in neuroscience are proving that the heart and the gastro-enteric system are complex neural networks that play more of role on our behaviour than previously thought. The heart generates the strongest electromagnetic field (far stronger than the cephalic brain), and approximately 65% of the cells of the heart are neurons, not muscle

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