regulation

“Sensemaking” & the Senses

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Seth Dellinger   “NOW it all makes sense!” Hear those words in your head and yes, perhaps you are in the midst of a life-changing insight. But it’s also possible that you just opened the door to a dangerous delusion with significant consequences for your way of being in the world. Both mental moves involve similar […]

Safety & Behavior

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Christine Ruffolo   The following is part one of my course notes and findings from Stress, Movement, and Pain.   Linked through the perception of threat and cause to protect,  Seth Oberst generously delivered on the hows, whats, and whys between sensation (or lack thereof) and chronic stress.  Ultimately, he offered up a framework to identify and […]