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#024: the power of words on your brain

I have several clients who have moved from phase one to phase two of the breakthrough process. Phase one happens with me in my office. That’s where I help clients release negative emotions, eliminate limiting beliefs, install strategies, and align values… It’s exciting, invigorating work.

Then comes phase two — the hard part. It doesn’t seem as dramatic as phase one, but this is the nuts-and-bolts, boots-on-the-ground work that must be done for sustained success in the real world, outside of the safety of my office. This is the not-fun stuff. It’s boring. But it’s so, so powerful, and it will impact every area of your life. 

Don’t miss the implications of these truths: 

  • The unconscious mind doesn’t know the difference between what’s real, imagined, or remembered.
  • And it takes everything personally. 

Having some negative thoughts about your brother? Your unconscious mind thinks those thoughts are about you. 

Dwelling on a scary movie? 

Relaying tragic events that happened in your town? Sorry, but your unconscious mind is processing all of that as if it’s happening to you right now, as if those events are an actual threat to your wellbeing. 

Remember — your unconscious mind is trying to protect you, and everything you think and say is processed by the amygdala as if it’s happening to you in the moment.

So you’ve got to watch what you think and what you say, because your unconscious mind is going to deliver to you what you dwell on. 

I know I’ve said it before, but the importance of the language you use and the thoughts you think can’t be overstated. It impacts every aspect of your life. It’s easy to gloss over this fact because our thoughts and the language we use is so deeply ingrained.

Work to rewrite those deeply ingrained patterns of negativity. It’s not as hard as it sounds. Awareness is half the battle. And with some diligence, you could be seeing results in just a week!

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Links from today’s episode:

  • Episode 2 — We learned about internal representations and the power of perception
  • Episode 1 — We learned that the unconscious mind loves repetition.
  • Episode 3 — We learned about the negativity bias. You’ll also find the Rewriting Negative Thoughts Worksheet
  • Episode 7 — We learned about the comfort zone
  • Episode 4 — We learned about toward and away-from motivation. Access the Shifting to Toward Motivation Worksheet
  • Episode 15 — Access the Let it Go Worksheet

 

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Episode Transcript

Brenda:  Hey there. Welcome to Episode 24 of the Mind Revolution Podcast. I am your host, Brenda Terry. A big, warm thank you to you for tuning in today. And my wish for you, as always, is that wherever you are and whatever you’re doing that everything is just fabulous. That things are working out for you, that everything is looking good and feeling good and you’re hearing things that sound good to you and that life just feels good all the way around.

Things here in Reno are fantastic. We are feeling the heat of summer, and it just feels good, nice and warm out. Nights are beautiful; stars are shining. So it’s been fantastic here. And today we’re going to talk about something that is so important for your wellbeing, for your health, for your business, for your success, for your results, for your relationships — and that is the power of words and the effect that those words have on your brain and — as a result — your emotions and your thoughts, your beliefs, and your overall results in business, in relationships, in your body — all the way around.

I’ve been facilitating a bunch of breakthroughs, as I do consistently, and it’s such a wonderful experience. And every breakthrough is so different because every person is different and how they arrive at their conclusions and their decisions and their beliefs — all of that is different. And how they do the techniques is different, how they achieve success with something like Time Line Therapy® is different for everyone.

And the breakthrough process is set up in three different parts. The first part is what happens in my office. That’s where people release major negative emotions. That’s where they come in and eliminate limiting beliefs. That’s where we install strategies and align values. That’s where what I call the “boulder” work is done — meaning the stuff that we can almost see. The big stuff that they know is standing in the way of these wonderful people’s results, the things that are keeping them stuck, almost like those big roadblocks that you can almost see because they’re so big. So that’s the first part of the breakthrough.

And then after that is the second part of the breakthrough which is oftentimes the most challenging. And when I say “oftentimes,” I mean just about every time because this is where all the little nuances happen. This is all about watching and noticing. It’s about living life almost in slow motion with the primary intention to notice language and reframing language that doesn’t serve the person. So reframing that language as they’re hearing it or thinking it so that they can then begin to shift momentum and create neurology that’s going to support their desired outcomes. And it is really kind of frustrating. And frankly, it’s a little boring. And so that’s what we’re going to talk about today.

The third part of the breakthrough is where the fun part really happens. That’s where you reap all the benefits of all of that work of the previous months, and you get that full-on integration and get to achieve those big results because you would have shifted all that momentum. So that’s what it is.

The second part is what we’re going to focus on today and why it’s so important. And I’m seeing it. So right now, I had a big wave of clients that came in, and almost at the same time, we did that first part of the breakthrough, and so now I have a big wave of clients that is going through the second part of the breakthrough. And it is really fascinating and interesting to watch. And really, people going out there and doing things on their own, living life outside of my office, outside of our calls together, and then going out there and implementing everything they’ve learned and really watching their language.

And it sounds like it’s simple, and it isn’t. I think I’ve talked about this before that shifting that momentum in the direction of what we want requires us changing the way we use language. And it is so much harder to do than it is to talk about because language is ingrained. All that stuff that we have learned is inside. The way that we talk about things is learned behavior, in a way, and has been practiced so much that it is now part of that neurology, and it is inherent in the neurology. It is in there. It is woven in. And making that shift, it’s hard, because it’s really easy to almost not notice that the language is there. It’s people catching themselves saying when they don’t want something and then all of a sudden saying, “Oh, shoot. What I mean to say is this is what I want.” And so that’s what we’re doing over and over again.

I always tell my clients, “Listen, stick with this process for just even a week, and then you’re going to see.” Not only that — but that’s really part of tasking for them. So they know that tasking is part of the breakthrough so they go ahead and do it. That’s how it works. So they stick with it for a week, and usually by the end of the first week, they begin to see that their environment begins to change for a lot of reasons.

Number one reason would be that they’re changing their internal representations, and they’re practicing new internal representations as a result of them making the shift in language.

So that’s the very first thing that happens. And an internal representation is basically how we represent — inside — an external event. So how we take an external event, filter that information, and create a representation of that event on the inside of us.

There’s science that backs all of this up, by the way. There have been several studies done on the power of words on the brain. For example, the word “no.” The power of the word “no” creates neural changes in your brain. Just even seeing the word “no” or hearing the word “no” — and even if it’s less than a second, if you were being scanned, you would see a huge release of stress-producing hormones and neurotransmitters, and all of these chemicals immediately affect the way that your brain is functioning. They immediately affect and interrupt the normal functioning of the brain. And that includes things like logic and reason, language, and communication. So it’s really powerful.

And also just even seeing a list of negative words for a few seconds will create a response inside. And it will make people feel worse. So if someone is feeling bad and they’re sitting there talking about how bad they feel, it doesn’t help. There’s no such thing as venting and saying the bad stuff, thinking that on the other side you’re going to feel better. That’s just not how the brain works.

Repetition is what rules here. Repetition is king in all of this stuff. So if you keep talking about it and talking about it and talking about it, then you’re actually activating it inside. And if you remember from previous episodes, we talked about the unconscious mind learning as a result of repetition. So if you’re sitting there having a conversation about how bad things are or thinking about how bad things are, then the only thing that you’re doing is creating more of it.

And the more you repeat these thoughts and the more you repeat the words, you can actually damage all the things inside the brain that actually regulate things like emotions and sensations and memory. You’ll have issues with sleep, appetite; you’re not going to experience that feeling of motivation and happiness because you’re creating a chemical reaction in the brain. That’s what happens as a result of this.

It sounds really simplistic. I’ve heard this from clients who, we do the initial breakthrough, they leave on such a high because they’ve released negative emotions, they’ve released all the stuff that was holding them back, they’ve eliminated beliefs. They have new values, and they have new strategies, and then they go out there in the world, and something happens, and they get slapped in the face, and then they sit in their stuff.

And then they come back and tell me that it seems a little naive — maybe not specifically in those words — that them thinking about what they want instead of what’s happening to them is actually going to help them get out of where they’re at and get to a feel-better place that’s going to allow them to have more resources so they can be more successful in achieving the goal that they came into the breakthrough to achieve.

And this is what happens though. This is where it all comes down. This is the work. This is the work for the client outside of my office, outside of that space where we’re together and we’re working together one-on-one. They have to go and live life.

And the big reminder is this — that the unconscious mind doesn’t know the difference between what’s real, imagined, or remembered.

Any type of anxiety, provoking language, or fear-provoking language or anger-provoking language or sadness-provoking language — anything that talks about things like poverty or illness or some sort of awful thing happening… I want to tell you here, reject, reject, reject. All of that stuff stimulates your brain in really unresourceful ways. And even if those thoughts aren’t real, things like the amygdala in the brain react to negative stuff that you’re thinking or saying as if it were happening right now and treats them as actual threats to your wellbeing.

And then it creates this physical-chemical reaction in the body. And it gets all systems go to get into that defensive stance within. And this is what creates havoc. So you’re on high alert for things that aren’t even real.

And remember that we also have that negative bias. We talked about this in Episode 3, I believe. And that negative bias is just simply a biological inclination to notice and be on standby and on alert for the negative stuff that could potentially happen. And this is just old wiring. This is old programming. This is the old brain doing its thing.

And yes, while it’s there, we also know other things about the brain that we didn’t know way back then. We know that we can begin to shift focus. We know because of the work of that reticular activating system, that when you begin to shift your focus in the direction of the thing that you want, it’s like getting your 50 to 60 bits of conscious information per second out of the two million bits available, which is Episode 2 and the Power of Perception. When we can do that, it’s almost like shifting all of your focus in one other direction, and while the other stuff that you were looking at and was around you in the past, it’s still there available. All the negative stuff is still there, but your focus has now moved away from it. And now you have access to other things that were also available to you before. You just simply weren’t focusing in that direction.

And knowing that you can train your reticular activating system to bring into your experience things that align with the thing that you want becomes a powerful process. And it doesn’t take long for you to see the results. It’s like when my husband and I were looking for FJ Cruisers. We want to have a roof-top tent, and we wanted a flat roof, and so we were looking for FJ Cruisers — more like he was looking for them — but we were talking about them, and all of a sudden… FJ Cruisers that specific year at that time, there weren’t that many around. They weren’t a lot of them made.

But there we are driving down the road, and all of a sudden, once FJ Cruisers became a topic of conversation for us, we began seeing them everywhere. Everywhere. Everywhere we went. And to this day, we’re both driving down the road, and whether it’s our FJ Cruiser or another car, and then we’re just always picking out FJs. We’re just down the road, and we say, “FJ…FJ…FJ,” all the way, every time. And just about every time we go out of the house together, we see an FJ Cruiser. That’s how the reticular activating system works.

So if you’re living your life and you’re noticing your language and if you simply stop to listen to the words that you’re saying or the thoughts that you’re saying or the things that you’re saying about somebody else or thinking about them, and if that language is away-from language — meaning you are getting away from something and saying that you’re trying to avoid something by saying this thing that you’re saying… It’s like saying, “I don’t want to be late because I don’t want to get in trouble,” instead of saying, “Hey, I want to be on time, period.” Or, “I want to be on time so that I can have a great day at work.” “I want to be on time so that I can feel good when I walk in the door.” Totally different language.

“I don’t want to be like my parents,” versus “I want to find out who I am.”

“I don’t want to have steak for dinner” versus “Hey, I want a salad for dinner.”

It’s a huge difference. And this is especially true when we’re thinking about how we’re feeling, because if you’re looking in the mirror and not liking what you see and you’re talking about how awful you feel, then all of that information goes in. And remember that not only does the unconscious mind not know the difference between what’s real, imagined, and remembered…

Three things…

To the unconscious mind, everything is happening now.

To the amygdala, everything is happening now.

The unconscious mind also has two other components that are critical to our results. One is that the unconscious mind doesn’t process negatives directly. So whenever you use the words “don’t,” to the unconscious mind, it doesn’t even here it. It’s a “do.”

This is so important. “I don’t want to do this.” To the unconscious mind it’s, “Oh, you want to do this.”

“I don’t want to be broke.”

“Oh, broke. Here you go. More broke for you.”

“I don’t want to fail.”

“Oh, failure. Got it. Here you go. Some more of that.”

The remember that this is all about repetition, and you can change it. And you can change it so quickly. That’s what’s so powerful.

The other thing is that the unconscious mind takes everything personally. And when that means is that whatever you’re saying about yourself or somebody else, even if you’re looking at something on TV and you’re hating something and you’re not liking someone there, or you’re hearing something that you don’t want and you’re just having all those icky feelings, the unconscious mind doesn’t think you’re talking about them or thinking about them. It takes it personally as if you’re talking or thinking about yourself.

This is why language is so important. I had people in my office in the last week who came in and they’re having serious family issues. And the conversations were very much negative about that person. And so we had to really get in there and begin reframing.

Remember that negative bias keeps us fascinating. It makes that sensory information of negative things extremely compelling because of all the hormones that are being released and all the neurotransmitter and all that stuff. So you are then in that moment when something negative is happening. It’s like you just can’t even help yourself it’s so compelling to the senses because everything is heightened.

So what that means is that people get highly associated. And when people are highly associated, it’s very easy to integrate the information that they’re saying and feeling and hearing. And then it becomes them.

So when someone is sitting in my office telling me about how awful this other person in their life is, then my job is to stop. And yes, I know they want to talk about it, but in reality, what they’re doing is, to their unconscious mind, they’re talking about themselves. And that means that the moment that they keep doing that, the more they repeat that information, there’s a slow-down in their results. There’s a slow-down in what they want to achieve.

My job… I have one job when people are in my office, and that is to do what I have to do to do everything that I can do to help them achieve the goals they came in there to achieve, to help them have the breakthrough that they came in to have. That’s my goal. Outside of that, I don’t really care about their stuff. That’s really what it is.

I’m a tough SOB when I’m in my office, only to support them in getting what they want, and I do it with so much love because I know. I see people who are living life, and they’re so bogged down by the stuff that’s happening around them. And all that is, by the way, is simply noticing all the things that we don’t want and being so compelled by it and not taking action to shift the momentum. And I know you can’t know to do this until you know how to do this. So this episode is telling you that the words that you use are going to be critically important.

And it isn’t fun work. It’s kind of boring. It is. It’s boring. It’s boring to sit there and say, “Hey, I just said something that I don’t want to believe. I just said something that I don’t want. So, shoot. What do I want instead?”

And then you start saying it.

And here’s the other thing that kind of sucks but it’s also really good for you. What it is is that for every negative thing… The studies show that for every negative thing that we say, the weight of negative information — when I say “negative information” I mean negative sensory information, I mean in the sense that you’re feeling it — so the weight of that, they say it’s like a five to one ratio. So it’s like five times heavier than one positive thing.

So in order to do an appropriate reframe, you would… I don’t like the word “appropriate” but I think it fits here… So in order to use an appropriate reframe, what you would need to do, based on the science or the research, is that you would have to do and say five things to the one negative thing that you just said.

In my experience, however, I’m finding that it’s almost like double, because what we want to do is not only bring things to balance… So if you’re in a negative spiral, or you’re just simply having a negativity day or negativity moment, then what we want you to do is to not only bring it to balance, and maybe those five things that are positive are going to get you to balance.

Well, what we want is we want things to be weighted on the side of positivity. I know it sounds so lame to say “positive thinking is going to get you there,” but guess what — it will. But not just in terms of positive thinking and being very passive about it but understanding that this is all to get you in the direction of the goal.

So for me, everything starts with a goal in mind. The work of Neuro-Linguistic Programming is all about getting the result that we want. So we always start with that result.

What it means is this. This is exactly what I have my clients do. This is exactly what I do with them, even when we’re doing Time Line Therapy®. So the unconscious mind… Remember that we’re training the unconscious mind. If you can think of your unconscious mind as a five year old, knowing that a five year old doesn’t yet have any critical faculty, meaning that whatever you put in there it absorbs, and it just becomes real. It’s like a little sponge. That’s how the unconscious mind works.

So we have trained the unconscious mind to have certain beliefs. We have trained the unconscious mind to have a certain experience. And we use language to do that. So sometimes, even in doing Time Line Therapy® where people are in a very light trance, we get to a place where it’s time for us to get the learnings. And even there the language of my clients is oftentimes negative, like “don’t be afraid to go for what you want. Don’t be afraid to go for it.”

And the reframe is always this — and this is a beautiful reframe and it’s so simple, and it works every time — and so the reframe is always “Okay, so if you’re not afraid of going for what you want, then what are you?”

And then the answer is “I’m excited. I’m empowered. I’m joyous. I’m happy. I can’t wait.” Good, good, good.

“So if you cannot wait, then what are you doing?”

“I’m going for it.”

And that’s how the reframe happens.

It’s about balancing that message. So you’re hearing the language. The language is really important. And if, in the language, there is a “don’t” or a negative sensory word like “afraid,” then in that moment, you say, “Okay, so if I’m not afraid, then what am I?”

“I’m excited to go for it.”

And then you can simply keep asking. “What else? What else am I?”

“I’m excited to go for it. I am driven. I am fun. I am joyous. I am empowered. I am inspired. I am motivated. I’m excited. I love doing this. It’s so fun to go after what I want. It’s fun. Going after what I want is fun. Going after what I want proves to me how much I can do. Going after what I want feels really good inside. Going after what I want allows me to go after what I want more and more.”

And then the shift happens.

So you want to go from just knowing. If you can just simply know… If you can just simply know that repetitive negative words, repetitive negative language, it’s like a roadblock. It will keep you from getting there.

Repetitive negative language will keep you stuck. That’s it. It’s really simple. It will keep you stuck.

Even when stuff is happening that isn’t to your liking, even when that happens — and I know how awful that may sound — it is important that in that moment you simply as, “Okay, what is it that I do want?”

I had somebody in my office, and this client said, “I know that people are just always going to take advantage of me.”

Okay. Well, that’s a limiting belief that I would call a foundation piece. Limiting beliefs can be kind of superficial, and we can get rid of those, and it’s real easy. But then there’s the foundation pieces of limiting beliefs, the ones that drive your life.

When you live life thinking that life is unfair, when you live life thinking that people are going to take advantage of you, why would your unconscious mind give you opportunities for success? It’s not going to happen, not if you have that belief. If you know that your unconscious mind is here to support you, if you know that your unconscious mind is here to preserve the body, then your unconscious mind is going to create an environment where success is not going to be abundant all the way around, because you already have the expectation of failure, because you already have the expectation that life is not going to be fair to you. You already have the expectation that people are going to take advantage of you. So you’re just going to have scenarios where that’s going to happen. If that’s what you believe, that’s what’s going to happen.

So here we are. This person is there, and she’s saying, “I just know that.” Okay. Good. It’s really good that you know that. Now let’s work with that.

So knowing that we’re going to release the belief, then we have to get there to get the learnings. And then we say, “Okay, what do you want to believe instead?”

And the belief is knowing that I’m empowered, knowing that I’m in control, knowing that I can be successful, knowing that I am successful, knowing that I can have joy, knowing that I do have joy, knowing that happiness is in my life, knowing that I can stand on my own two feet, knowing that I can achieve what I want, when I want, how I want, knowing that I have a power to do that. Knowing that I’m in charge of my life. Knowing that I feel really good. Knowing that I can make the contribution that I want in the way that I want it. Knowing that I can choose who to give to. Knowing that I can choose who to engage with. Knowing that I have the power in my life to control my life and control my results.

That’s what happens. That’s the reframe.

On the other side of the reframe is simply that feeling of success. And you repeat it enough over and over again that at some point, the unconscious mind goes in there and says, “Okay, I guess this is what we’re doing now.” And then you begin to see the shift in the 50 to 60 bits of information per second that we can consciously process, meaning that your environment changes.

It’s like the way that I see that is almost like if you’re looking at something on your right and you have lived your life focusing on the right side — just focusing on the right and only seeing what’s there, almost like tunnel vision — and you got 50 to 60 bits there — and this is what you’ve been living — and maybe those 50 to 60 bits of information per second aren’t really to your satisfaction but you’re used to them, we call this the comfort zone, by the way.

So you’re there, and this is what’s familiar, and it doesn’t feel good, and results are kind of sketchy and maybe inconsistent, and you feel some joy, and you feel some happiness, but overall, it’s not so much fun. Or maybe things are really bad in there, but this is what you know, so you stay there.

And then you begin to do this work, and very gently — and maybe not so gently sometimes, depending on how motivated you are — so maybe you sit there and you begin to shift the focus just a little bit. And before you know it, instead of looking right, you’re looking straight ahead. And you can still see the stuff on the right. You can still see the 50 to 60 bits.

And your reticular activating system now has more information, so in peripheral vision, you can still see what’s on the right. Not all of it anymore though because now your focus is maybe straight ahead. But now you have more sensory information available, so now your 50 to 60 bits are now a little mixed. You have more good stuff, less of the stuff that was in the past. Now you have more new stuff. So less of what was on the right, more of what’s in the middle. And then you keep doing the work.

And then you focus on doing the work, reframing your language, watching your language, watching your thoughts, the things that you believe… And you keep asking yourself this question. “Hey, this isn’t what I want. So what do I want instead? I don’t want to feel this way. What else do I want to feel?”

“I don’t want this to keep happening. So what do I want to keep happening?”

And then you keep reframing, and you keep reframing, and you keep reframing. And before you know it — and it doesn’t take very long — you are now focused to the left.

And as you do, you notice that you cannot really see the stuff on the right anymore. Now things are more on the left. And now, while all the information has been available to you the entire time, now you are, as a result of your focus, with the support of your reticular activating system, you are now filtering out everything else and, for the majority of the time, you’re experiencing a good time.

This is what I tell my clients. That even in my own life… My life, for the most part, is pretty darn positive. It feels really good. I’m happy, and stuff still happens because I’m human. I’m not here to have this beautiful, perfect experience that never changes from perfection. That’s not what I’m here for. I’m here to have that variety. I’m here to learn. I’m here to grow. And in growing and learning, you’re going to have some stuff that’s going to come up because you cannot know what stuff is going to come up until you begin making that progress. Limiting beliefs come up I have to release. I have to release negative emotions consistently. That’s just what I do now. My life is that.

So what I tell my clients is this. I always tell them that I will feel, just from my point of view, and they decide for themselves if this applies to them, success to me is 85% of the time to 90% of the time doing really, really well. And more for me, it’s like 90 to 95%. I feel really, really good. The rest of the stuff is opportunity for me to grow and build, and it’s taking me out of my comfort zone, and it allows me to expand — expand my knowledge, my experience, all the things that I learn and can then turn around and share with my clients and share with my listeners and share with people who are reading my stuff… It’s important to have the little bit — for me, by the way, for me — it’s important for me to have a little bit of that away-from in me — so not 100% toward, not 100%, but for the most part toward motivated — with a little away-from. I’m okay with a little away-from. It drives me.

I live in a subtle state of frustration some of the time, and I like it because it compels me to keep pushing. I love that, and I love that journey. So you have to decide for yourself, whatever it is.

But all of this, all of this has to do with your language on the other side. And it’s really simple. We have fantastic worksheets for you to use to be able to do this. And this is the part that requires the work. Right? I created all this stuff to help you get to that other side. And it’s important to sit there and do it.

On Episode 3 we have the Rewriting Negative Thoughts worksheet. Episode — I believe it’s 4 — we have the Shifting to Toward Motivation worksheet. We have the Let it Go worksheet from Episode 15. So you have all kinds of stuff in there to help you do this work. And I know that this is the stuff that we consider maybe not urgent, but it is important, because how long do you want to stay in a situation that doesn’t serve you? And the only person who can get you out is you. There’s no situation or event that’s going to happen on the outside of you that’s going to absolutely shift the direction of your focus. Very few things happen that do that for us.

The internal stuff is our job to fix. Not anybody else’s. That’s just the bottom line. And I say that lovingly, so I hope you feel that.

The shifting of the momentum is what we call in NLP a pattern interrupt, meaning that the faster you can interrupt that reaction to whatever thing you’re thinking, the quicker you can take action to solve whatever that problem is. And it’s about interrupting the pattern, because a pattern just runs. A pattern has so much momentum that when you can stop it in its track and change it, the more you do that, when you do that often enough, at some point that pattern ceases to exist and the new pattern becomes that interrupt, which is beautiful. And this is all your brain doing it, by the way. You’re doing this.

Here you’re working with neurological connections, and you’re changing them. We talked about neurons that fire together wire together, so what you’re doing simply is creating a new pattern and no longer firing and wiring the existing one, the one that doesn’t serve you.

So that is all I have for you today. So excited to be here with you. I’m going to ask you, like I do on every episode, to please visit MindRevolutionPodcast.com. Send us your feedback. It is how we create content. Everything here is coming as a result of somebody asking a question, sending an email, someone sitting in my office. It is wonderful to do this and create this content that is resulting from your feedback. So there’s that.

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I’m going to be sitting here living my life for the next few days until I come back to you. And in the meantime, I will be thinking good thoughts for you, wishing you a fantastic time until next time.

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1 Comment

  1. Lori

    Another great episode Brenda. How would you use reframe with Radical Acceptance?

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