The 7 Day Challenge Day 5: The Strategy, First Beat Polarized Thinking

Dr Nicholas Jenner

shutterstock_95792515-e1519654716502.jpgThe 7 Day Challenge is well under way. So far we have covered Day 1 Check, Day 2 Challenge, Day 3 Visualise, and Day 4 Demons.  Yesterday’s post on polarized thinking certainly touched a nerve with many people if the comments and emails I received are anything to go by. As I have mentioned before, a point of awareness is nothing if action is not to follow. Yesterday, we got maybe to a point of awareness about how polarized thinking works and how it might affect decision making in general. However, to feel comfortable moving forward, the polarized thinking has to be neutralized and the child-like part of us accessed and healed. As I stated yesterday, this exiled part of us produces the deep triggers that keep us under the irrational control of the manager or the impulsivity of the firefighter. The child carries our childhood pain but we…

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