Tag: conciousness

November 21, 2018

11/21/2018: Expectations Around Change

Over the course of my career (whether it is in my role of speech pathologist, neurofeedback practitioner, or coach) I have had to help people manage their expectations around change.┬á We have a lot of thoughts around what change should look like, how it should feel, and what will happen as we attempt to get from our known “Point A” to the unknown “Point B”. […]

October 4, 2017

10/4/2017

I think that to a certain contingency of our population, victims of mass shootings (and violent crime in general) aren’t really people. They aren’t people, because they aren’t someone the contingency personally knows. In the contingency’s mind, the people who died are still “theory”. Sociopaths don’t see other people as people. Their brains don’t function in a way that allows them to understand this. But […]