In this episode, I talk about the biology of feelings and state of minds in the context of relationships. I concentrate on the science of how early infant-caregiver accessory, integrated with teenage years and adolescence forms our adult patterns of accessory. I discuss the 3 universal elements of feelings, the truth of left-brain versus right-brain characters, and how the roots of adult accessory are likewise grounded in particular elements of adolescence. I evaluate what elements identify when adolescence ends and begins, and the function of oxytocin and other chemicals in managing how we view and keep in mind others. As constantly, I describe numerous useful tools consisting of brand-new tools for understanding and forecasting our feelings prior to they happen, and neurochemicals that form human connection.
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Timestamps listed below.
00:05:10 Announcing New Cost-Free Resources: Captions, NSDR Link
00:07:40 Emotions: Tractable yet subjective
00:10:53 To Understand Your Emotions: Look At Infancy & Puberty
00:15:21 Your First Feeling Was Anxiety
00:17:36 What Are “Healthy Emotions”?
00:19:03 Digital Tool For Predicting Your Emotions: Mood Meter App
00:21:08 The Architecture Of A Feeling: (At Least) 3 Key Questions To Ask Yourself
00:24:00 You Are An Infant: Bonds & Predictions
00:27:57 Attachment Style Hinges On How You Handle Disappointment
00:32:40 “Glue Points” Of Emotional Bonds: Gaze, Voice, Affect, Touch, (& Written).
00:36:34 “Emotional Health”: Awareness of the Interoceptive-Exteroceptive Dynamic.
00:37:50 An Exercise: Controlling Interoceptive-Exteroceptive Bias.
00:42:19 Getting Out Of Your Head: The Attentional Aperture.
00:46:59 Puberty: Biology & Emotions On Deliberate Overdrive.
00:47:58 Bodyfat & Puberty: The Leptin Connection.
00:50:34 Pheromones: Mates, Timing Puberty, Spontaneous Miscarriage.
00:54:37 Kisspeptin: Robust Trigger Of Puberty & Performance Enhancing Agent.
00:58:26 Neuroplasticity Of Emotions: Becoming Specialists & Testing Emotional Bonds.
01:00:25 Testing Driving Brain Circuits For Emotion: Dispersal.
01:07:48 Science-Based Recommendations for Teens and teenagers: The Autonomy Buffet.
01:11:05 “Right-Brain Versus Left-Brain People”: Facts Versus Lies.
01:14:18 Left Brain = Language, Right Brain = Spatial Awareness.
01:16:15 How To Recognize “Right Brain Activity” In Speech: Prosody.
01:18:32 Oxytocin: The Molecule of Synchronizing States.
01:20:09 Mirror Neurons: Are Not For “Empathy”, Maybe For Predicting Behavior.
01:23:00 Promoting Trust & Monogamy.
01:27:00 Ways To Increase Oxytocin.
01:28:34 Vasopressin: Aphrodisiac, Non-Monogamy and Anti-Bed-Wetting Qualities.
01:30:43 Bonding Bodies, Not Just Minds: Vagus Nerve, Depression Relief Via the Body.
01:35:18 A Powerful Tool For Enhancing Range & Depth of Emotional Experience.
01:30:43 MDMA and Other Psychedelic Compounds: Building A Framework.
01:38:54 Roundup, Various Forms of Support.
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