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How The New Science Of Happiness Can Help You Feel Good And Be Happy
A Revolutionary Program for Balancing Mood, Restoring Brain Health, and Nurturing Spiritual Growth.
“This Is Your Brain on Joy” will help people find answers to struggles they have in their personal lives, in relationships, and career. For over a decade now I have been working with SPECT brain imaging to help balance brain chemistry issues to help people with addictions, anxiety, depression, ADD, and so many other issues. The brain does play a role in everything you do! It plays a significant role for men in their roles as a father to their sons and daughters…the kind of husband, son, grandfather they are. As an example if anger is a issue, yes it can be wounds from their father that have not been healed that play a role in how anger is expressed. What we have also learned is anger that is expressed through verbal abuse, control, etc. might also be the result of the concussion that they received in high school playing football! Their might be trauma to the temporal lobes that impacts how they manage anger. I find when the brain is balanced, then better control of anger occurs along with the ability to stay in touch with their feelings, and express them without causing hurt. Of course I do not mean to imply that this is just a male problem…of course women struggle with these issues as well!
I think you will be pleased with this new book, and will want to pass it on to family, friends, your pastor, or if you are in counseling… your therapist!!
Your Brain on Joy – Dr. Earl Henslin on Askimo TV
Are mood behaviour issues actually physical rather than spiritual problems? Brain health is important, but why do most people give it little thought? Is lack of joy a brain problem? What is the brain system checklist? How can we balance our brain?
If you would like your copy of “This is Your Brain on Joy” autographed let me know, I am most happy to do so. — Dr. Earl R. Henslin