Distinguishing between thoughts, feelings and sensations

We often find it difficult to distinguish between thoughts, feelings and sensations. When asked, “what do you feel?” the answer we come up with is usually a thought not a feeling. Additionally, we have a difficult time distinguishing physical sensations from emotional ones. Physical sensations include fatigue, nauseous, hunger, etc. We might say: “I’m feeling []


Loving Yourself on Valentine’s Day

What does it mean to love yourself? You know what it feels like to love another, but do you experience that sensation for yourself? Learn how, and teach your children.


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