Emotional Style Survey Brain Blog #7 – Sensitivity To Social Context

Emotional Style Survey Brain Blog #7 – Sensitivity To Social Context

Movie buffs may recall the scene from Four Weddings and a Funeral in which Tom, as best man, gives the speech: Tom: When Bernard told me he was getting engaged to Lydia, I congratulated him because all his other girlfriends were such complete dogs. Although may I say...
Emotional Style Brain Blog #6 – Self-Awareness

Emotional Style Brain Blog #6 – Self-Awareness

For the life of him, Jack can’t understand why people are always asking if something is bugging him, or if he is angry. He isn’t, at least, he doesn’t think he is, though come to think of it, he often blows his cork without a lot of warning. One mi...
Emotional Style Brain Blog #4 – The Outlook Dimension

Emotional Style Brain Blog #4 – The Outlook Dimension

Sue is excited to go to the cocktail party.  She knows only a few others who will be attending, but she’s confident she’ll find some interesting people to talk to – she always does!  Full of energy and confidence, she has a strong sense of connection with her...
Emotional Style Brain Blog # 2- Rewiring Your Brain

Emotional Style Brain Blog # 2- Rewiring Your Brain

What if I told you it was possible to reduce anxiety and stress, improve attention, calmness and reactivity without medication or leaving the comfort of your own home? Sounds too good to be true? It isn’t. Those who practice meditation, particularly with a focus on...