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Neurodifference & Anger/Shame

When a child with neurodifferences is learning something new or stressful, if mindset is perceived with anger (SFD), we can observe lessened neuroplasticity of the midbrain (right lobe) and constant speed shifting (accelerated or and varied) of the prefrontal cortex, frontal lobe along with midbrain (left lobe) and emotional disorders with long-term memory problems. Likewise, if the mindset is perceived with shame (PFD), we can observe lessened neuroplasticity of the prefrontal cortex, frontal lobe along with posterior left lobe, and constant speed shifting (slow or and varied) of the midbrain (right lobe) along with more executive functioning issues and short-term memory problems or midbrain. We can attribute this constant speed shifting to the common difficulties of poor neuroplasticity. Likewise, the lacking a self-directed neuroplasticity such as positive Spiritual mindset such as mind trusting qualities of belief that’s and feeling safe and secure in their environment:

 

I AM worthy (autonomy)-Sympathetic Functional Dominance System

BETRAYAL (REASON- related to others predominately)

  • anger- transform to strength

INJUSTICE

  • hatred- transform to courage

 

I AM enough (attunement)-Parasympathetic Functional Dominance System)

REJECTION (DESIRE DISCOURAGED-related to self predominately)

  • shame- transform to empathy

ABANDONMENT

  • grief (guilt)- transform to compassion

 

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