Understanding The Hidden Source Of Your Struggles
I was interviewed by Sarah Meier, co-founder of She Talks Asia and we discussed Healing as a Form of Self-Love from the Polyvagal Perspective.
We all have things that we avoid because facing the task sets off overwhelming feelings that trigger avoidance behaviors or causes us to freeze up. For example, maybe there is a difficult conversation with your spouse that you have been putting off or a big pile of financial documents that need your attention. Whatever it is, the longer you put it off, the harder it will be to face. This video will show you how Polyvagal Theory practices and principles can guide you to better results in conquering resistance.
I talk about Understanding Depression from a Polyvagal Perspective. This is a very personal issue for me because I suffered from depression for most of my life. It wasn’t until I found Polyvagal Theory about 4 years ago that I learned how to sustainably manage my depression.