Sep 30, 2021
Did you know that when we name our feelings the activity in the amygdala decreases? My guest Sarah Peyton and I start today’s conversation with this topic. She mentions Matthew Liberman’s research
She talks about the panic-grief circuit of the mammalian brain and explains the phenomenon of alarmed aloneness.
Why she prefers the expression alarmed loneliness as opposed to separation anxiety and abandonment
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