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Dr. Steven Brownlow
Clinical Psychologist, Author, Coach, & Entrepreneur. Founder of ADEPT Psychology.
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Dr. Steven Brownlow 2h
People lack patience because they lack confidence in their ability to produce or discover love and abundance.
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Cynicism and skepticism accelerate the destruction of relationships.
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An opened heart makes love inevitable.
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Parts of life are supposed to hurt. Our task is mastering them and learning from the pain.
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Training costs money. Transformation is priceless.
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We’re all capable of healing, but not while we’re coping.
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Dr. Steven Brownlow Jul 17
There are no perfect, pain-free solutions.
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Dr. Steven Brownlow Jul 16
If you want a better relationship, pay more attention to your partner’s needs and desires.
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Dr. Steven Brownlow Jul 16
Accepting responsibility for allowing others’ past misconduct restores your power to prevent their future misconduct.
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Dr. Steven Brownlow Jul 16
As people improve their ability to remain happy no matter what, their self-discipline and ability to delay gratification increase.
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Dr. Steven Brownlow Jul 16
Owning your personal power means owning your authenticity.
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Dr. Steven Brownlow Jul 16
Voldemort’s an apt analogy. The more you divide your soul to protect yourself from potential attack, the less you can adapt when the real crisis arrives.
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Dr. Steven Brownlow Jul 16
Others are angry at some group, so they get angry at that group. Someone’s in a bad mood and growls at them, so they get defensive. A situation reminds them of something earlier and they react like they think they should have earlier. All are stunted emotion.
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Dr. Steven Brownlow Jul 16
Neediness and demanding behavior have an interesting relationship. I’m not sure that A causes B. I suspect they’re both caused by C, a general negative outlook that begins with emotional attachments and avoidances.
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Dr. Steven Brownlow Jul 16
Losing touch with your body and its needs indicates that you’ve surrendered your personal authority.
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Dr. Steven Brownlow Jul 16
People are most needy and demanding when they don’t know what they want.
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Dr. Steven Brownlow Jul 15
Our beliefs that love and happiness are separate from us lead us to ignore them while we search desperately for others to provide them.
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Dr. Steven Brownlow Jul 15
When living in alignment, both opportunities and intuitive insights appear spontaneously.
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Dr. Steven Brownlow Jul 15
Poorly processed grief often comes across as apathy, complaining, or arguing.
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Dr. Steven Brownlow Jul 15
Most adults’ thinking is adult, but many adults' emotional lives haven’t grown since childhood. They’ve remained stuck at much younger levels of emotional functioning.
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