Does this feel familiar? “Addressing conflict (difference) frequently escalates to negative reactions or arguments. I frequently feel confused by people.” Continue reading Empathy for Self-Gain: Conflict
Brain fertiliser: emotional self-awareness. Can we use jealousy to tell us about our own life goals rather than directing negative thoughts and feelings towards others? Continue reading Brain Fertiliser: Listen to Your Jealousy?
Cognitive empathy. Do differences in experience and learning explain a disagreement? Could accepting that difference in discussion help build understanding? Continue reading Brain Fertliser: Disagreement and Experiences?
Does this feel familiar? “People and situations consistently don’t match what I expect and I often feel surprised, disappointed, frustrated or disorientated by unexpected consequences.” Continue reading Empathy for Self-Gain: Expectations
The 1970s think tank, The Bee Gees’ questioned, ‘How deep is your love, how deep is your love?’. Outlined in this piece is a reflective exercise for any curious person to explore this about themselves. Some mixed pop-culture references inside. Continue reading Is it Truman Love? A Thought Experiment
Notice. What are your first feelings in response to this finding about the human brain? #brainfertiliser #brainembryos #neuroscience #mindfulness #selfawareness Continue reading Brain Fertiliser: Emotion science?
Think of someone you’re judging. What do your judgements tell you about… Your own values? What’s Important to you? Continue reading Brain Fertiliser: Judgement and values?
What’s your perception of judgement? Do you struggle with your own or others’? Living List: My Judgement is an exploration of what my own judgement tells me about my values. Continue reading Living List: My Judgement
My very own ignorant processes. Entry 1 from your bog-standard, normal human ignoramus. Continue reading Living List: My Ignorance
All about these ‘living list’ confessionals by way of a testimonial. Are testimonials convincing when they’re written by the producer? Continue reading Living Lists: Modelling My ‘Bad’ Behaviour 3