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0:00 Introduction and host chat
Intro, under-18 warning and re-direction to www.scarleteen.com; friend me on Twitter and answer questions about what you want on the show, call 206-202-POLY with comments.
1:30 Announcement: Many Loves workshop
This workshop and support series takes place at the Center on Halsted in Chicago, Saturday, December 8th, $15, 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. I’ll be there!
2:25 Topic: Does jealousy equal love?
Bill guest co-hosts to discuss this topic that Gafil brought up–why is it that the more deeply we love someone, the more intense the jealousy can feel? Why in our society does a lack of a jealous rage mean a lack of love?
25:10 Resource Review: Operational Intelligence
Sukima calls in a comprehensive review of Nan Wise’s Operational Intelligence in New York from November; 29:20 Trace calls in his experience of the same seminar and what he took home; if you’re in the area, be sure to check out PolyamorousNYC that meets the third Wednesday of every month
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Operational Intelligence: Understanding and Managing our Emotional and Sexual Systems
by Nan Wise, LCSW, ACSW, BCD
WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 14TH, 6:30-9:30 PM at The META Center
214 West 29th Street-16th Floor
New York, NY 10001
Cost: $30 with pre-registration, $35 at the door
Contact: Nan Wise at 973-632-0625 or TheLoveCoach@aol.com
Nature has given us three brains and seven “minds” which are wired- in executive emotional operating systems–and we can learn how to use them effectively. Each mind system has its own perceptions, memories, moods and motivations. Although we may know what’s on our mind, we don’t always know which mind we are in. As a result, we often fail to do what “works” and keep doing what doesn’t–in love, sex, work and money–because we are stuck in patterns, for example, we pick the wrong partners, make the same money mistakes, trust people who will betray us, sabotage our careers just when things are going well, and hold on to grievances and grudges within our families rather than letting them go and growing up. Join psychotherapist/sex therapist and neuroscience researcher Nan Wise to explore how to identify the behaviors that limit your happiness and success in love and work– and manage your emotional systems and make good choices in love, friendship and work.