All posts in " fawn response "

A significant part of learning to try softer

By Dave Henning / November 14, 2020

“A significant part of learning to try softer comes from recognizing that old wounds may be causing us to live in fight/flight/fawn or freeze even once we’re safe. . . .  Learning about the choices we have for how to respond to our own bodies before they’re in full-blown crisis can  help us to make […]


Lovingly turn toward our pain

By Dave Henning / November 13, 2020

“When we can lovingly turn toward our pain, expressed in various ways by our bodies, we often begin to find we have choices we couldn’t see before.”- Aundi Kolber “Our bodies are prophets.  They know when things are out of whack and they say so.”- Barbara Brown Taylor, An Altar to the World In Chapter […]

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