Breaking Bad – Becoming The Black Sheep of The Family

Breaking Bad – Becoming The Black Sheep of The Family Don't wait till it too late, overcome your fear, don't worry about being the black sheep

I am rewatching  Breaking Bad, the riveting TV show that broke all stereotypes. The series tells the story of Walter White, a reticent high school chemistry teacher who is diagnosed with stage-3 lung cancer. Suddenly, [Read More;]

Afterlife – My Mother, A Ghost and An Angel Remission – The Void You Feel After Healing From Trauma Empathy - Caring Is Not Always The Best Thing Scoliosis - Your Protective Body Armor Object Relations - Our Primal Need For Loving Connection

Object Relations – Our Primal Need For Loving Connection Having a stable relational bond is crucial for our mental well-being

According to the Object relations theory, our psyche/self develops in relation to others in the environment during childhood. Since the mother is the “primary object/ person’ that a child relates to, his perception of this [Read More;]

Movie Therapy - How Mirror Neurons Help Heal Trauma

Movie Therapy – How Mirror Neurons Help Heal Trauma Movies can be used as a tool to release our frozen emotions and heal

Movies can help us explore our psyches and heal our past traumas, Watching an emotional film triggers our mirror neurons and recreates within us the emotions felt by characters we watch. Most of us who [Read More;]

Scoliosis – Fear, Shame & Your Tight Spinal Cord

Scoliosis – Fear, Shame And Your Tight Spinal Cord Emotions of fear and shame cause tightness in our bodies mainly our spines causing scoliosis

According to neuroscientist Prof. Milan Roth, a tight spinal cord or spinal nerve tension is the cause of most Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis (AIS). In fact, a tight spinal cord is the main limiting factor preventing doctors [Read More;]

Appreciating The Many Different Faces of Love Dysfunctional Families – All Is Not Fair In Love & Family

Dysfunctional Families – All Is Not Fair In Love & Family The pecking order in dysfunctional families are skewed, inequality, rage and violence are common

No one can really understand the real interpersonal dynamics in a dysfunctional family. The subterfuge, the denial, the hate, the animosity all behind a cloak of normalcy. That pervading, putrid existence of pretense that shutters the [Read More;]