Daily Practice



Brain dysregulation is the root cause of suffering, including in addiction. While occasional dysregulation is common and self-correcting, spending a significant amount of time in a dysregulated state impairs attention, social connection, and personal growth. One effective way to re-regulate is to externalize fears and resentments by writing them down on paper. This practice is accessible, efficient, and can be done anywhere. Give it a try to unravel the complexities of thoughts, triggers, and emotions that contribute to dysregulation.


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