When we are ‘triggered’ – in a few seconds we can become overreactive, and instead of being a reasonable being we ‘flip our lid’. Dr. Daniel Siegel ~ Flipping Your lid – Hand Model Dan Siegel explains how we can create soothing Neurotransmitters to help the ‘downstairs brain’ Name it to tame it by Dan Siegel JusTme – D.F.Y.L (Don’t Flip Yo’ Lid) Mindfulness Challenge Day 8- Name it to tame it! From about 8;45 min onward there is a guided mindfulness exercise The SuperBetter Game (created by Jane McGonigal, PH.D.)has lots of quests to build emotional, social, mental … Continue reading Responding when we flipped our Lid
Feeling good and better is something that most people want.
I appreciate the research and work Jane McGonigal has put into trying to help people with feeling better. In the hope to inspire more people I am writing this post.
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When we experiencing uncomfortable feelings or unpleasant thoughts it would be great if we could redirect our attention/focus.
In the book SuperBetter Jane McGonigal is giving a simple thing we can do.
After she writes about research, where patients with severe burns managed to block out the pain by playing a video game, Jane suggest to not think about a pink elephant.
Then she says for a minute to think of as many words starting with the letters ‘P’ and ‘E’.
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Jane McGonigal‘s Ted Talk, which inspired me to give SuperBetter a try, is called: A Game that can give 10 extra years of Life In this Ted talk she tell how when she was recovering from severe concussion she started … Continue reading How SuperBetter can be used
SuperBetter is a Game which helps to build emotional, mental, physical and social resilience. You choose which area you want to work on with a quest and you can personalise your quests, even create your own. One of the ‘Power Packs’ on … Continue reading Simply connected A SuperBetter Quest Sample