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Your Self Talk and the Neurobiology of Healing

Have you ever noticed how cruel and self-sabotaging your critical inner voice can be? What if that voice was stopping you from healing?

Today’s guest expert, Sarah Peyton, author of the new best seller “Your Resonant Self: Guided Meditations and Exercises to Engage Your Brain’s Capacity for Healing” shares with us how:

  • Contempt affects your immune system
  • Community and connection promote healing
  • Shame creates cortisol
  • Understanding both sides of the brain will help you heal
  • The way you talk to yourself could be keeping you from getting well

Plus so much more….

Sarah Peyton loves neuroscience and travels the world to teach about the way that community and relationships change our brains. Her deep study of Nonviolent Communication along with her brain research, the study of language, and personal journey led to her new book, “Your Resonant Self.” Find out more about Sarah Peyton at http://empathybrain.com and enjoy this fascinating interview, available now at  www.understandingautoimmune.com/SelfTalk

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About Your Host, Sharon Sayler

Your host, Sharon Sayler is a certified executive and wellness coach, communications trainer, public speaker, best selling author, and the founder of Competitive Edge Communications who specializes in teaching professionals critical nonverbal and body language skills including how to have those critical “tough” conversations. She teaches how to up-your-impact on the stage, in the boardroom, with clients, customers, team members and even how to deal with difficult people.

Now, she's taken those skills, her passion for clear and competent communication, her own experience dealing with a rare medical condition and her frustration with the medical community in understanding what it is like to have a chronic and complicated medical condition to teach others to become courageous self-advocates so they too can turn life transitions into triumphs. One way she spreads the word is through the podcast and videocast called The Autoimmune Show: Inspiring hope and help for those with autoimmune.

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