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How To Manage Withdrawal

When you stop drinking, you create withdrawal.  This is true for people who just drink a few glasses of wine at night.  We create an emotional withdrawal because we are not feeding our conditioned programming.  We are not closing the loop on that neural pathway.

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Addiction

Addiction is a “feel good in the moment” solution – a solution to resolving a pain point.  It’s about the behavior and not the person.  Addiction can be to drugs, alcohol, food, gambling, the Internet, checking our phones, etc.  We want to escape from something.

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Cognitive Dissonance

Cognitive dissonance is the mental discomfort (psychological stress) experienced when a person holds two or more contradictory beliefs about something.  It is triggered by a situation where an old belief conflicts with new evidence perceived by that person.  When confronted with the facts that contradict the person’s personal beliefs, the person will typically find a way to reduce their discomfort.

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How to Handle Negative Emotions

As we go through life, we will experience the good and the bad; both positive and negative emotions.  We like the positive emotions of joy, love, peace, contentment, happiness, etc. But how do we handle the negative or less positive emotions? 

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Buffering

Buffering is when we look to external things to change how we feel emotionally.  It’s something we do to take away any uncomfortable or unpleasant emotions we have.  It allows us to escape from reality, procrastinate, hide, or just not show up as ourselves in our life. 

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How To Manage Withdrawal

When you stop drinking, you create withdrawal.  This is true for people who just drink a few glasses of wine at night.  We create an emotional withdrawal because we are not feeding our conditioned programming.  We are not closing the loop on that neural pathway.

Read More »

Addiction

Addiction is a “feel good in the moment” solution – a solution to resolving a pain point.  It’s about the behavior and not the person.  Addiction can be to drugs, alcohol, food, gambling, the Internet, checking our phones, etc.  We want to escape from something.

Read More »

Cognitive Dissonance

Cognitive dissonance is the mental discomfort (psychological stress) experienced when a person holds two or more contradictory beliefs about something.  It is triggered by a situation where an old belief conflicts with new evidence perceived by that person.  When confronted with the facts that contradict the person’s personal beliefs, the person will typically find a way to reduce their discomfort.

Read More »

How to Handle Negative Emotions

As we go through life, we will experience the good and the bad; both positive and negative emotions.  We like the positive emotions of joy, love, peace, contentment, happiness, etc. But how do we handle the negative or less positive emotions? 

Read More »

Buffering

Buffering is when we look to external things to change how we feel emotionally.  It’s something we do to take away any uncomfortable or unpleasant emotions we have.  It allows us to escape from reality, procrastinate, hide, or just not show up as ourselves in our life. 

Read More »
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