Depression, Anxiety, PTSD
Imagine life as an hour glass. Straddling the narrow stem, looking down toward the bottom we think of what we should have done. Turning and peering into the top we fret what is coming or imagine perfection. When the bottom upwells and flows back through the narrow throat we experience severe reactions. Trauma and ‘milder’ experiences shape our brains which show up in brain chemistry, structure, behaviors, thoughts and feelings.