Category Archives: becoming aware

Change Your Mind – Change Your Brain – Change Your Life

My purpose in writing this blog was to develop an outline which made sense to you and to pique your interest enough in the subject matter to have you do your own research into neuroplasticity and how it can change … Continue reading

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Be Sure to Read Medication Side Effects

I need to give you a little background before I get into my story about my side effects from taking erythromycin. I was a pilot during the 1970s, and with over 1000 flying hours I never experienced a sinus problem. … Continue reading

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“Younger Next Year” by Crowley and Lodge

This copy of “Younger Next Year:” A guide to living like 50 until you’re 80 and beyond is about: How men can turn back their biological clocks. How they can become functionally younger every year for years to come, and … Continue reading

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My Anger Tree part 5

How do I know when I’m Getting Angry?Anger catches many of us by surprise.  Our bodies give us many hints that we are beginning to become or are angry. By keeping in touch with our feelings and listening to our … Continue reading

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My Anger Tree part 4

If you click on My Anger Tree you can see a larger version. Anger in itself is not bad, but the expression of it can be very destructive to relationships, others and oneself.  When a triggering event seems to attack … Continue reading

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My Anger Tree part 3

WHERE TO START: At Psychology Self-help, Antecedents: Self-help Methods Used Prior to the Target Behavior: (http://www.psychologicalselfhelp.org/Chapter11.pdf) the author suggests a five step self-instruction training model, which I used in part to develop my effective self-control process.  The five steps are: … Continue reading

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My Anger Tree part 2

MY THOUGHTS ON ANGER: According to Charles Spielberger, Ph.D., “anger is an emotional state which varies in intensity from mild irritations to intense fury and rage.  It, like other emotions, is accompanied by biological and physiological changes in the body.  … Continue reading

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