Search the Community
Showing results for tags 'Defense Mode'.
My 5 year old son, C, is one of a kind. He is the most imaginative person I have ever met. He lives in a world full of magic, but visits our mundane planet to spend time with the people he loves (and for the chocolate). The sensations on this planet can be hard for him to handle. Some noises are so loud or distracting that he has to plug his ears. Some places that are so quiet that it makes his head hurt. He is afraid of the dark, but bright lights make him edgy (even if he doesn't realize it). His sense of smell and taste can be troublesome too. He's actually part wolf, and that makes h
self sabatage. that's what i was told i did. but i think i have only done what i could, and if more is expected, i feel i am at the end of my success, so i turn around and go back, back to start, or near start. and when i 'greet' success, i am alone anyway, and no one around seems to understand how i feel, it is as though it is no big deal for me to have gotten to success. it is the norm for others, and enjoyed. i end up needing to slide back to a less frightening position.
untilJoin us for our upcoming Deep Into Defense Mode Live workshop where you'll learn all you need to know on getting out of Defense Mode, building trust, and increasing motivation in yourself & others (family, friends, etc). This event will be held in Pasadena, CA (roughly 30 min drive from Los Angeles International Airport with minimal traffic). AN UPDATE: Hello, In light of the recent outbreak of Coronavirus and per the recommendation of the California Dept of Health, we have made the decision to move our upcoming DIDM Live Los Angeles event to an online format. That mean