How To Handle Difficult Behavior

Welcome To How To Handle Difficult Behavior Seminars


hdb-ebook-150Congratulations! Thank you for joining us in this Bonus Module: How To handle Difficult Behavior – And It May Be Your Own! Please note that these videos are the original full length videos which were subsequently split up into shorter videos that appear elsewhere in the Game of Intimacy program. The links are provided here for those of you who may want to watch each of the 12 live training seminars conducted by Expert Counselor Karen Gosling that accompany the EBook in their entirety.

Each streaming video is between 34-42 minutes long. If you prefer, you can click on the audio button under each video and listen to the seminar audio file. Please allow each video about 30 seconds to load. To view the videos – click the ‘Play’ icon on the video page. Oh – and one more thing. We’ve made each video ‘expandable’. That means you can click on the little icon on the bottom right hand corner of each video – and the video will expand and fill your whole screen!

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HDB1 – Surviving Your Addiction

Addiction is a complex problem that involves the physical, emotional and behavioral well-being and mental health of individuals and family groups. Addiction is more than just alcohol. You can be addicted, for example, either physically or psychologically to gambling — or even to legal substances such as Codeine or cough mixture. People can be addicted to shopping, to exercise, work, pornography or sex, to a variety of internet games and even to falling in love. In this video, Expert Counselor Karen Gosling explains how to handle your addiction and examines co-dependency.

[Watch Here: Running Time: 41:07]


HDB2 – Surviving Alcohol Addiction

Am I an alcoholic? You may think not, if you only drink on weekends or only occasionally during the week. Most people who drink alcohol, even to excess, do not think of themselves as an alcoholic. Their mental picture of the alcoholic is the homeless man who shuffles down the street, looking through bins and carrying his half-empty flask in a paper bag under his heavy coat. So they confidently say, “No, this isn’t me. I’m not an alcoholic.” In this video Karen explains that it is very difficult to define who is and who isn’t the alcoholic.

[Watch Here: Running Time 37:45]


HDB3 – Incompatible Personalities

Are you a thinker or a feeler? An introvert or extrovert? These different styles are how you operate naturally. The style comes to you without real mental effort; it’s what you do the most easily and is not necessarily permanent. In this video you find out that in reality, extrovert and introvert are words that describe opposite ends of an energy continuum. We all usually have “degrees” of both.

[Watch Here: Running Time 37:45]


HDB4 – Confusing Personalities

Does your partner always have to be right? Do you have conflict in your relationship because everything has to be done his way? Do you find him difficult to negotiate or reason with? It could be you are in a relationship with someone with a rigid or inflexible personality. Watch this video to learn why some people are so rigid, and how to manage them. the person with the inflexible personality has very poor conflict management skills and that is because, in their own mind, they have to be right.

[Watch Here: Running Time 37:45]


HDB5 – People Who Blame

Do you often feel you are on an emotional rollercoaster? Are you often fearful that your partner will blame you for things you do and for things you don’t do? You can’t quite get it right. Or you get the silent treatment, and know you’ve done something wrong but are unsure what. Chances are you are living with someone who is unable to moderate their own mood and who constantly blames – and you’re sick of it! In this video, karen talks about people who blame: the passive aggressive personality and the borderline personality.

[Watch Here: Running Time 37:45]


HDB6 – People Who Lack Empathy

To have empathy means to be able to put yourself into somebody else’s shoes; to be able to actually see things from their perspective and see and understand why a person might be feeling something. To display empathy means to be able to change your own emotion to be able to share the experience with somebody else who might be having another emotion. So, not only can you see it and understand it, but you can actually experience it with them. In this video, Karen talks about how most people are born with the ability to empathize, although it may not be very well developed.

[Watch Here: Running Time 37:45]


HDB7 – Identifying Adult ADD

Is your partner disorganized and a procrastinator? Do you get exasperated with your partner when he says he will do something but then he doesn’t get around to it? Does he complain about being exhausted or bored? Do you often feel a low priority but then forgive him for being self-absorbed because of all his great qualities? He may have  Adult ADD. Watch this video to learn more about the symptoms of Adult ADD and how they feature differently than childhood ADD.

[Watch Here: Running Time 37:45]


HDB8 – Understanding Adult ADD

The ADD person has a brain that is not reliable, which causes the person anxiety and frustration. The frontal lobe is responsible for planning, organizing and prioritizing and often lets the Adult ADD down. The basal ganglia helps to regulate mood and to control impulsive outbursts – which people with ADD also struggle with. So the Adult ADD often acts and speaks impulsively without thinking through consequences or the impact on someone else. In this video, Expert ADD Counselor Karen Gosling talks about the intricacies of the ADD brain to help you understand what is happening in the brain of your ADD family member or work colleague.

[Watch Here: Running Time 28:19]


HDB9 – Structure Reduces Adult ADD Anxiety

How often do you INTEND to do something but then forget … which leaves you feeling anxious, negative and depressed? Watch this video to learn how to make life easier for yourself and others around you. Find ways to get things done. Become more organized. If you have an ADD brain, it means that you are ADD. You don’t HAVE ADD. It’s not a condition, although sometimes for ease of expression, we talk about it being a condition. It actually isn’t. It’s your brain, it’s who you are. It’s your personality.

[Watch Here: Running Time 37:45]


HDB10 – Managing ADD At Work

In this video, Karen explains the three P’s required for there to be a diagnosis of ADD. If you are ADD, the chances are you are not particularly happy. You have an ADD brain which means you will have symptoms of anxiety, negativity and depression. If you are ADD, you are usually a deep thinker and these thoughts can be distracting and can take you away from the task at hand. And because of these anxieties and these thoughts, you will often be irritable and impatient; and particularly irritable about potential not yet reached.

[Watch Here: Running Time 28:19]


HDB11 – Coping With An ADD Spouse

Do you sometimes say, “It’s like having another child!” Karen has had many people tell her over the years that even though they love their ADD partners very much, they are often exasperated that they have to be the responsible one in the family and the only who can plan and prioritize. The Adult ADD wants to have fun, is impulsive and seldom thinks about consequences – just like the rest of the kids! In this video Karen talks about how ADD impacts on many areas of your relationship. The partner will often feel alone and a low priority. There seems to be chaos at every turn. But when you don’t know about Adult ADD, you won’t know why.

[Watch Here: Running Time 37:45]


HDB12 – Celebrate The ADD Difference

In this video, Karen talks about how to celebrate the ADD difference. It won’t be easy, as couples actually have to know a lot about how Adult ADD impacts on relationships. She provides real life case studies because it is once you actually hear about how ADD behavior plays itself out in relationships that the fog starts to lift and you can sometimes say, “Aha, that’s what happens to us.” The ADD spouse or partner can be enjoyed. They are usually quite intuitive, really quite brilliant and extremely creative. They can stay focused for many, many hours on the same project and can be extremely productive. ADDs have also got an infectious humor. They can be exuberant and have a ton of energy to put into projects that interest them.

[Watch Here: Running Time 37:45]

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