A CREATIVE AND HUMANE LOOK AT THE WORLD OF EMOTIONS
A bit about myself
Since I can remember, curiosity and the obsession to want to understand have been a part of me. I got excited easily. With adolescence my desire to please began to command my life. When it was time to choose a career I decided to do medicine well guided by these new “glasses” to please.
From then on, I was stuck in getting, at all costs, that prize of a pat on the back. Anxiety had already established itself as my traveling companion although at that time I was not aware of it. It was during a year of exchange in Berlin when I left my cultural conditioning behind that I recovered my original “glasses”.
Back home, the long hours doing the residency in Barcelona made me feel that life was once again escaping me. My original glasses were again in danger and that led me to a feeling of drowning, blockage and anguish; a crisis in every sense of the word. What followed seemed like a journey through the desert searching for answers to the internal questions that I posed. The results that were gradually coming to the fore led me to develop multiple glasses from which I could combine the scientific part with the humanistic part for a new vision of psychic discomfort.
Now you know where Talking Brain Factory comes from.
Talking Brain Factory is a compendium of tools, resources and support to facilitate each person understanding and living their own process.
LEARNING OF OTHERS’ LIFE STORIES MAKE US GROW
I was fortunate during my years of practising my profession to listen to hundreds of stories, difficult stories, day-to-day stories and admirable stories that testified to me the immense capacity of change that human beings have when they find the right accompaniment.
Life itself gives you the moments in which to look for new “glasses”. Be alert, it’s just a matter of knowing how to attentive.
I propose to work with a map that takes into account three aspects that I constantly encounter in the consulting room:
Firstly: How we see ourselves: How do we speak of and what do we think of ourselves? In short, how we like, accept and forgive ourselves.
Secondly: How we manage the impact of the judgments and labels of others on us.
And thirdly, and no less important, is to also take the people who judge us into account. Offer them different “glasses” that allow them to stop doing it.
Do you dare to try it?
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