Time for some valuable life lessons from Madelyn Griffith-Haynie on time, stress and denial. You do need to read the entire post, carefully because Madelyn covers a number of key elements to our behaviour as adults. We all understand the term conditioning. Where we experience an event repeatedly when we are young and through our lifetimes respond to similar experiences with pleasure, fear, terror, anger etc. Madelyn uses the example of a crying baby and a parents reaction to that. Also we all have our own internal clock which does not always synchronise with those who are waiting for us.. and finally change does not always have to hold terror.. it can be great especially when we focus on our postitive attributes instead of the negative.. keep an open mind and head over and be energised.
You CAN change your relationship to time
(or just about anything else)
But, of course, that means you have to CHANGE
The problem is
that the adrenal system
cannot tell what’s a regular case of nerves
and what’s an impending disaster.
The body doesn’t know the difference
between nerves and excitement
— between panic and doubt . . .”
~ Grey’s Anatomy, Season 9, Episode 8
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