When Emotions Are High, Intelligence is Low – 2.6
In Episode 2.6, I explore: ‘When Emotions Are High, Intelligence is Low’. When your lizard brain is overreacting to everyday situations, your more logical brain gets hijacked and goes offline. Learn strategies to help you respond rather than react.
I also share a personal story from my recent vacation where my lizard brain was really yelling loudly when John and I went on a heliskiing adventure.
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: In Episode 2.6, I explore: ‘When Emotions Are High, Intelligence is Low’. When your lizard brain is overreacting to everyday situations, your more logical brain gets hijacked and goes offline. Learn strategies to help you respond rather than react.
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The Improvement Project podcast is hosted by Dr. Peggy Malone. Peggy is a Life coach and chiropractor who encourages her clients and patients every day to create their best life through managing their health and wellness as well as their mindset. She is wife to the hilarious and heavily bearded John, with whom she takes many adventures as well as Cat Mom to the floofy ragdoll Amigo Dr. Peggy is also a human being on a mission to create better habits for herself and by doing so, she hopes to inspire others to take up the challenge with her! Join her weekly to explore how to create healthy habits that stick on the journey to becoming better humans!
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