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Author Marsha Lucas writes: "Fear and anger are intimately related." She suggests that fear can't be truly dealt with until it is acknowledged. Dealing with how our brains operate concerning the left and the right sides is very interesting and allows the reader to better understand why they respond the way they do at times. She challenges us to move toward the left side of the brain in order to improve our mood and reduce our stress. Author Lucas also promotes the importance of meditation and how it helps one to become less stressful when they can learn to relax. Learning to pause throughout the day was another helpful item that was brought forth in Rewire Your Brain For Love. When we learn to pause throughout various times of the day, to just breathe and relax, then we find ourselves not allowing circumstances to dictate our surroundings.
Definitely one of the most important and helpful parts of the book is when author Lucas states: "...the biggest thing that holds us back from making changes is all of us carry around self-limiting thoughts as a way of protecting ourselves from change." When we create self-limiting thoughts, it holds us in bondage and keeps us from becoming a stronger more influential individual to those around us. Also included is a well written resource section found at the end of the book. The reader is left with many additional outlets to truly develop within a particular area and become a better person. An insightful and informative read.