Behaviors - Mindset

Q. Sometimes I exhibit behaviors I really don’t like. What is happening with my brain?

Q. I am seventeen and I want to be famous. You have spoken in many different countries. Does that make you famous? ‘Cause, if it does, I want to be a public speaker like you!

Q. Periodically someone says to me, “You’re weird.” What should I do or say?

Q. I grew up in a family of “blamers,” and I didn’t like it but I don’t really know how to get out of that habit pattern.

Q. Recently I watched a documentary ("What the Bleep...") in which Candace Pert mentioned the “bodymind.” What is that?

Q. How can you transition away from an attitude of personal powerlessness and defeatism?

Q. Someone quoted you as saying, "life is a choice." Give me a break! Life is not a choice!

Q. What is your definition of a dysfunctional behavior? I'm personally sick to death of the term but I hear it everywhere!

Q: Once again I find myself depressed. My cousin and his wife did not invite me to their son’s wedding. What is it with their brains that makes them exclude me, and what is it with my brain that I let it bother me?

Q: Unfortunately I find myself exhibiting behaviors that often result in negative outcomes. Sometimes I think it’s because that’s the way I was raised. Is this what you meant when you said, “Take time to figure out the script you were handed at birth?”

Q.  I am in pain most of the time due to osteoarthritis. I heard you had hip replacement surgery for a similar problem. How did your brain handle the pain?

Q. I just beat myself up again for another stupid mistake! Do you ever do that to yourself?

Q. Will I ever be able to put this loss behind me and go on?

Q. When someone who is gay comes to our church don’t I have an obligation to confront them about their behavior?

Q. At times, I feel deluged with and surrounded by people who are hopeless. What can I do?

Q. How can you transition away from an attitude of personal powerlessness and defeatism?

Q. Someone suggested that using the pronouns "you" and "your" is more helpful than using "I"—how does that help my brain or my behaviors?

Q. Recently I attended your week-long seminar and came away with a much more enthusiastic brain. There were some attendees who ask the most ridiculous (or prejudiced, uninformed, rude, unkind) questions. I was amazed how your brain remained calm and civil. How does it do that?

Q.  I fail to understand how some people don't seem to experience any remorse when they exhibit behaviors that are very hurtful to others. Don’t they have a conscience? Is this a brain thing?

Q. Nearly every day someone ruins mine. Is this going to happen for the rest of my life?

Q. I learned that several more states voted in favor of same-sex marriage and cannot imagine what they were thinking! I mean, really, that is just a vote in favor of promiscuity and the Deity cannot be pleased.

Q. If I resist urgings from my spouse or friends to do something they want me to do, they just raise their voices and keep repeating the same thing over and over. What is going on in their brains?

Q. “The Secret.” Have you read the book or watched the video? I don’t get how thinking different thoughts can help at all! Are they off base?

Q. How can I motivate young people in my family to get aboard the “train of hope” during their youth?

Q. Are you a motivational speaker? I heard one awhile ago and he was great, cavorted all over the stage, used lots of action on his e-illustrations, told jokes, kept us laughing, showed high energy, etc. I enjoyed the experience. Would I get that at one of your presentations?

Q. I was taught that "life is hard and then you die." Given that perspective, why bother trying to figure out who I am innately anyway?

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