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  1. KM
    March 4, 2022 @ 1:30 pm

    that was very eloquently expressed…
    and a fresh approach to understanding the practicality of how it works.

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  2. Carol
    March 4, 2022 @ 3:09 pm

    Very illuminating. This subject is not a small one, especially when it comes to the automatic reactions couples have to the lizard brain triggers that hook us when we’re hungry, tired, stressed, or feeling disrespected or disempowered. I look forward to testing this out with a goal of spiritual growth.

    We’ve agreed that if “A” blows up, “B” will try to keep this creative goal in mind. “B” will be encouraged to take a deep breath and ask “A” what’s really going on–with curiosity, interest, and love.

    You may have given us some golden bread crumbs to follow. Thank you, Donna.

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    • TED*
      April 4, 2022 @ 11:22 am

      We would love to hear how this works out for you. Please do reach out and let us know.

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