Brain-related event: Tonight (online and in-person)

Advancing the Science: The Latest in Alzheimer’s and Dementia Research

https://ticketing.townhallseattle.org/.../0180b9c9-a3a0...

Dr. Maria Carillo, the chief science officer for the Alzheimer’s Association, shares the current landscape and latest advances in Alzheimer’s and dementia science.

Learn more about:

  • Latest advances in drug and lifestyle-based treatments, and how you can get involved in the research.
  • Alzheimer’s disease risk factors, and how you and your family can reduce your risk of cognitive decline and dementia.
  • Early warning signs of Alzheimer’s, how the disease is diagnosed, and how this may change radically in the next few years.
  • Event is $5 (Free for youth age 22 and under)

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What could go RIGHT?

What would that future experience look like, feel like, be like, if it went “right?”

There are times when considering “what could go wrong”

IS important for planning ahead.

AND there are many times

where it’s perfectly safe

to drop that question

and change it up.

What a difference it could make to ask ourselves:

“What could go RIGHT?”

and really pause and

take a moment to

consider it,

picture it,

get a sense of it,

however we imagine the future.

So, take a moment and share below if you feel inspired:

What could go RIGHT?

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Embrace celebrating the little wins each day.

The little wins can sometimes be the most vital.

This weekend I came across this artwork and quote, shared by The Artidote:

“you are allowed to be proud of the victories that no one else can see. like showering without completely hating your body, not breaking into tears at the thought of the future, talking yourself out of a dark mindset, calming yourself down in public, or like waking up every single day and choosing life. be proud of the progress no matter if it is visible [to] others or not. you’re doing great, keep up the good work!”

— styrke.tumblr.com

Artwork by Reynier Llanes Marquez

Sending you love,

Keridwyn

All my links: linktr.ee/keridwyn

My Hypnotherapy practice: keridwyn.com

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Sometimes, when we worry about the future, we may temporarily have forgotten just how good we are at figuring things out when they come up, unexpectedly!

One way to help quiet unhelpful-worry thoughts: Turn your attention to your strengths. Remind yourself of how you can problem solve and adjust when needed.

Remind yourself of specific times when you were able to think on your feet and make choices to successfully move through an unexpected struggle.

Make a practice of it: take time to notice and name your strengths. Praise yourself when you successfully move through a challenge you couldn’t have predicted.

You can do this at times you experience unhelpful-worry-thoughts AND you can do it preemptively! You may notice some helpful shifts. Try it out. Report back.

Sending you love,

Keridwyn

keridwyn.com

linktr.ee/keridwyn

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Reframe Your Brain with Keridwyn

Reframe Your Brain with Keridwyn

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Hypnotherapist. Helping folks decrease worry/stress/anxiety, change habits, & shift unhelpful mindsets. linktr.ee/keridwyn & www.keridwyn.com