Imagine if you will Renegades, a completely modern city, typically bustling with hundreds of thousands of people, frozen over and in the dark. This is the surreal reality of what Texas became during recent traumatic events.
For those of you who may not know, here in Texas, we have just experienced a snowstorm, which, combined with extremely low temperatures, left millions without power, heat, or water. In any other state, such conditions would not be a problem, but our infrastructure literally cannot deal with that kind of weather.
In this episode, I’m discussing how we process traumatic events such as this, and why even though several people share an experience, they will deal with it very differently. I’m contemplating my own actions during this disaster and sharing how inspiring it is when people come together during traumatic events.
What You Will Discover:
- The conditions right now here in Texas.
- Why our infrastructure isn’t built to deal with disasters like this.
- How people come together during traumatic times.
- Why our brain doesn’t qualify if one thing is worse than another.
- How each person’s brain interprets events differently.
- Why you might not want to have sex during times of crisis.
- If you’re enjoying the tools and concepts I’m sharing each week about your brain on dating, you won’t want to miss out on working with me one-on-one. I’ve just launched my program, Wake Up Before Another Breakup, where in just 8 weeks, you won’t question if you can trust yourself to date or why you can’t find the one. Click here to learn more about it and how you can work with me.
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