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Daily Affirmations

Anger and Blame


Today I accept my feelings of anger and blame without beating myself up for them. Feelings aren’t facts; they are meant to inform me of what is going on inside of me. When I constantly judge myself for what I feel, I make my difficult emotions much more complicated and they last ten times as long. There is nothing inherently wrong with any feelings – so what if I am angry and feel like getting mad? Accepting this allows the feeling to pass through me. Fighting it keeps me tangled up inside with no way out. Judging myself doesn’t help anyone, least of all me. Frightening feelings are just frightening feelings. I do not have to overreact to them.
My own feelings need not toss me in every direction.
No man is angry that feels not himself hurt. Francis Bacon
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Mother Love: Molding Our Capacity for Intimacy

Posted: June 10, 2014, 1:00 pm
The Hindus say that "the mother's lap is the child's first classroom." Neuroscience helps us to understand just what is being taught and learned on this lap of love and it's importance not only to the child, but to society and mankind.

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What Do We Mean by Relationship Trauma?

Posted: May 30, 2014, 7:43 pm
(Note, continued training along with streaming video available on “The Workshop” on the www.tiandayton.com membership site) Relationship trauma is the kind of emotional and psychological trauma that occurs within the context of relationships. We are biologically wired to seek close and ...