change can be a challenging, it requires attention and time and effort! Example, when we change countries from UK to the US. Then we have to pay a lot of attention to what side of the road we are driving or what side of the car to get into? The habit forming part of the brain has to be adjusted and so we have to pay more attention until it becomes part of our habits. Anyone that has traveled knows the shock when we find ourselves driving on the wrong side of the road or opening the wrong car door.
I would like to encourage environmentally friendly relationships and healthy couple matches!
This post is dedicated for Blog Action Day 2007 to the Environment….
we all have different development as regards our brains and this can strongly affect how we relate and who we relate with. It is helpful to understand & know our own leaning or orientation and what parts of the brain we may need to develop. It is often the undeveloped that we may be attracted to in others but it is important that we try to develop this so we can see all sides of the picture (or should I say brain?)
Let’s have a bit of fun so check out this picture and identify which way the girl is moving, then look again to see if changes? Check out this link to find out whether you are Right Brain or Left Brain
how can we be ourselves and still enjoy successful relationships? One of the biggest issues I have found is that we need to define our boundaries in relationships. The dictionary meaning of the word boundary is ‘something that indicates a border or limit’. Everything in nature is defined by a boundary and this keeps entities intact, true to their integrity and able to function as they were meant. The smallest cell is an example of this process.