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WEEK 2   Class #2:  April 9      Good Love 1. Perel, E., Introduction, Chapter 1, Chapter 2, and Chapter 3 (BOOK). 2. Real, T.  (2002). The awful truth.       Psychotherapy Networker,      November/December. 3. Watch TED Talk, “The secret to desire in a long-term relationship” (Esther Perel).  (Links to an external site.) Class #3:  April 16 Developing Emotional Strength: Self-awareness, Boundaries & Self-esteem 1. Hanson, R., Chapter 2 and Chapter 3 (BOOK). Chapter 2 The Evolution of Suffering 3 survival strategies  creating separation : to form boundaries b/w themselves and the world and b/w one  mental state and another  maintaining stability : to keep physical/mental systems in healthy balance  approaching opportunities and avoiding threats : to gain things that promote offspring,  and escape and resist things that don’t  humans must  maintain an equilibrium  body and mind must balance two conflicting needs  feeling tone: (in buddhism) produced by amygdala, simple but effective way to tell your brain as  a whole what to do each moment  Primary Neurotransmitters  Glutamate— excites receiving neurons.  GABA— inhibits receiving neurons.
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