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Dr. Steven Brownlow
Clinical Psychologist, Author, Coach, & Entrepreneur. Founder of ADEPT Psychology.
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Dr. Steven Brownlow 4m
Trauma leads to a narrowed focus on the "little me," while inspiration requires the focus shift to "me-as-one-aspect-of-the-greater-whole."
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Dr. Steven Brownlow 8m
You’ve captured the inner turmoil of the narcissist, and why they know they'll never win. They never take credit for anything good they do.
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Dr. Steven Brownlow 12m
We choose illness over health whenever we choose poor eating and sleeping, inactivity, nursing old hostilities, and many more. A long list.
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Dr. Steven Brownlow 19m
If we’re withholding private information from people, it’s because we don’t trust them to love us if they ever discover the truth.
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Dr. Steven Brownlow 3h
Love and joy activate your immune system. Bitterness and hostility suppress it.
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Dr. Steven Brownlow 7h
Unresolved trauma destroys inspiration.
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Dr. Steven Brownlow 11h
We experience love only from those people we trust to love us.
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Dr. Steven Brownlow 15h
Resolving your old emotions may feel like you’re losing control, but you’re actually regaining it.
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Dr. Steven Brownlow 19h
Feelings are primary. Emotionality is reactive.
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Dr. Steven Brownlow 23h
Your fulfillment starts as soon as you start allowing it.
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Dr. Steven Brownlow Sep 25
We’ve all been wounded, and our stories about those wounds are always just stories.
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Dr. Steven Brownlow Sep 25
Poor hygiene often indicates a history of poor childhood nurturing.
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Dr. Steven Brownlow Sep 24
Activating your partner’s defensiveness might rupture your relationship.
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Dr. Steven Brownlow Sep 24
Your feelings internally relay your predictions about what will happen next, based on what’s happened previously.
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Dr. Steven Brownlow Sep 24
People who are that stopped up deserve compassion. Goodness knows they need it.
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Dr. Steven Brownlow Sep 24
Healthy people love and have compassion for people they’ve never met. If you can’t love people you know well, something’s wrong.
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Dr. Steven Brownlow Sep 24
You ask a common question. Let me ask you one: Why would anyone believe your parents were right, despite all evidence to the contrary?
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Dr. Steven Brownlow Sep 24
We attempt to hold off sadness and hold onto self-worth via control, which never fulfills those aims for long.
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Dr. Steven Brownlow Sep 24
Anyone who says they’ve discovered the whole truth is lying. Don’t listen to that person or become that person.
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Dr. Steven Brownlow Sep 24
Replying to @ArmsReachingOut
I answer questions every day. I don’t find one from you.
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