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Fit to Be Tied: Unknotting Our Emotional Reactivity

Fit to Be Tied: Unknotting Our Emotional Reactivity

Update: 2022-08-11
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Conflict.
It often becomes our greatest source of confrontation, yet that which is not addressed, often goes unanswered.
Our emotions, at times being influential in this very nature of human struggle, frequently viewing our turmoil as arising through our interactions with others.
Jungian Psychologist M. Ester Harding Tells us- “Conflict is the beginning of Consciousness.”
Yet, as one considers this conundrum of paradigm, perhaps It is not with others that we have the greatest conflicts - instead, feeling our greatest struggles within ourselves.
-There is no greater conflict than the one we often feel inside.
As we wrestle with our conflicting emotions. This episode we look at unknotting our Emotional Reactivity.


Featured Guest 1: Douglas Knoll
Featured Guest 2: Sandy Woznicki

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Credits: Music Score by Epidemic Sound
Executive Producer: Jeffrey Besecker
Mixing, Engineering, Production and Mastering: Aloft Media Studio
Production Manager: Anna Getz

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Fit to Be Tied: Unknotting Our Emotional Reactivity

Fit to Be Tied: Unknotting Our Emotional Reactivity

Jeffrey Besecker