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How to Hear What Someone is Really Trying to Say

by Dr. Amy Johnson on April 16, 2015

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My son Miller—now 3 years old—learned to climb out of his crib at a ridiculously young age. How to Hear What Someone is really trying to Say

Thanks to the magical technology of the video monitor, we’d watch our 16 month old baby put one chubby foot up on the side bars, pull himself up with freakishly strong baby biceps, and hoist himself onto the top railing. Straddling the railing, he’d peek waaayy over the edge to the floor that was far below him with not a bit of apparent fear, while my husband and I bolted upstairs to catch him before he lost his balance.

Needless to say, Miller ended up in a ‘big boy bed’ far before most children.

Also as you might imagine, our little daredevil was not a fan of staying in his bed. As soon as he realized he was free to come and go as he pleased, he did just that. All. Night. Long.

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Your Internal Sifter

by Dr. Amy Johnson on April 9, 2015

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Did you know that your mind operates like a plastic sifter? Watch me and my goofy co-star explain.

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This One Fact Changed Everything for One Woman

April 2, 2015

Please Share!I was interviewed for a podcast last week.  The very nice and very knowledgeable interviewer asked question after question about the techniques I use to help people have a deeper, more meaningful experience of life. She really wanted to give her listeners something of value that could make their life better right away, so […]

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Why I’m Not Proud of Myself for Ending my Habit

March 26, 2015

Please Share!I am unbelievably grateful that I am no longer caught up in my former binge eating habit.  But when someone asked me last week if I was proud of myself for leaving it behind, the question caught me off guard.  I don’t feel proud at all. Pride isn’t the right word. Pride puts me […]

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That Thing your Mom Always Said about You? It wasn’t Actually about You.

March 19, 2015

Please Share!I recently spoke with a woman who was holding herself back because she was afraid that if she was too successful, she would make others uncomfortable. It was the old “Who do you think you are?” mentality—who did she think she was to do big things in life? Those weren’t her thoughts or her […]

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When it’s Time to do Something, You will Know

March 12, 2015

Please Share!At times, it might feel like you need to run your own life. It can feel like you need to be constantly looking out so that you don’t get yourself into some mess. Predicting and preventing problems so that you’re not constantly solving problems. Nearly every day I talk with people who are asking […]

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Problems Don’t Have Roots

March 5, 2015

Please Share!Problems don’t have roots.  They aren’t deep-seated. Just the opposite is true, actually. Any and all problems you might have are—relatively speaking–quite shallow. They are right there on the surface, created by (and existing completely within) the current moment in which you experience them. When the thought that brought those problems to the surface […]

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An End to Anxiety: A Four Week Course for a More Relaxed Life

March 2, 2015

Please Share!Starting in April, anxiety coach Kelli Walker and I will be teaching a 4 week course to help you understand and transcend anxiety. Kelli and I have both been there in a big way. Panic disorder, agoraphobia, compulsions…you name it. We both went through periods of being afraid to leave the house, living in chronic anxiety. And we’re both […]

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Your Psychological Immune System and Endless Do-Overs

February 26, 2015

Please Share!One of my favorite experiments to suggest is for people to watch their internal slate clear.  So Mary notices herself nervous about her job interview. In the thick of her nerves, they are all she can feel. Then, she notices at some point mid-interview…or maybe it’s after the interview…that she feels different. Calmer.  A […]

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How you are Different From, and also Exactly like, Everyone Else

February 19, 2015

Please Share!Human beings are all the same.  We are also extremely different. See, all humans have the same basic nature. We’re working from one universal operating system, just like 1000 people who have a brand new iphone. Before pictures, apps, and downloads start happening, those 1000 phones are the same. Fresh out of the box, […]

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