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Emergency Self Empathy

Emergency Self Empathy
Sarah Peyton , Your resonant Self https://empathybrain.com/
And what calms the amygdala?
Naming experience, making sense of what has happened,
being held with care and understanding by other resonant brains (or our own)
(the flow of the neurohormone oxytocin turns off the amygdala) empathy
When triggered :
1: Grounding /anchorage: body sign/ breath/ touching something/ a sound/looking at
something/ focusing on your feet...
2: Being to self-regulate:
o Naming, describing experience Observation
o Naming emotions  Feeling
o Finding the root, what matters here  Needs
3. Responding:
o Requests/ Actions