DR GABOR MATÉ – CHILDHOOD TRAUMA CREATES ADDICTION – Part 1/2 | London Real September 16, 2019 Tags:and, brian rose, dr gabor mate, gabor mate, gabor mate addiction, gabor mate and brian rose, gabor mate childhood, gabor mate depression, gabor mate london, gabor mate london real, gabor mate part 1, gabor mate trauma, london real, london real gabor mate, londonrealtv, the, you Related Posts Introduction to Statistical Methods for Gene Mapping | KyotoUx on edX | Course About Video Does Everybody Have A Gay Gene? Meghan Markle’s ancestors REVEALED? US TV show set to research ‘diverse’ family history – Today New About The Author John Henderson 17 Comments London Real Watch the full episode here: https://londonreal.tv/e/gabor-mate/ January 4, 2019 Reply Pierre Forest Having kids, Becoming a Father and a Mother seems to be too easy…But Parenting doesn't come with a owner manual. This Interview is so great as it describe pretty much what all of us, as Parent are going through, whether we want to admit or not, whether we want to stay blind to it or not…And for all of us, Parents, solutions are not obvious. We unfortunately think that sending our kids to "School" will educate them…First big mistake…No Schooling system in the world can replace the important role of Father and Mother. Education is still one of the Profession can is "Stagnant" since hundreds of year, because it never succeeded in bridging the connection with the Parents (In the real sense) …and then addiction of all sort becomes inevitable…Even Facebook is the biggest addiction of our Time and should be considered as a problem more than a solution in many scenarios, especially when it replace the Parent role some time…There is a lot to think about from this Interview…Again…Thank you Brian for "Making it Real" again. June 11, 2019 Reply Charlie Parlie Wonder if one completely accepts that one is totally insignificant then will one suffer from such problems. ? June 18, 2019 Reply Murat Yurttas What an amazing man. June 20, 2019 Reply Robin Small Excellent info for an absent parent world. June 24, 2019 Reply Gamercode 47 His voice is deeper than my gf’s ear hole June 25, 2019 Reply Primitive ways London real is fucking amazing brain is a legend. This is an amazing interview June 25, 2019 Reply Luce S I freely admit that what he says is good stuff but after thinking about it, I wonder why he is pushing his ideas as much as he is. He admitted that he couldn't be a parent to his child when he was younger. I can't help but feel that this work he is doing now, is a way to get round his shame of what he failed to do as a parent in his younger days. July 3, 2019 Reply newmoondarkmoon You need to have Mark Passion on your show. July 11, 2019 Reply Alexis Wilson Wow, first i discovered Byron Katie, now Gabor Mate!! These people are great and are saying the opposite of what all the "experts" on tv are saying. July 14, 2019 Reply Hannah the general public needs to listen to this! August 5, 2019 Reply kind soul Love Gabor. I grew up with an anxious avoidant attachment. I guess my mum did too. It comes down the generations. Generational patterns that are negative will continue until someone breaks the link in the chain and does something different. I blamed mum for a long time. In therapy I discovered mum was just as avoidant. I'm 51 and was born at a time when children must be 'seen and not heard'. Today I'm still silenced easily. Rewiring the brain takes patience and effort but is worth it. Gabor's approach should be taught in parenting classes and schools in my opinion. August 13, 2019 Reply Diana Cardenas So many folks that play a role (i.e. foster parents, parents, social workers) in the child welfare system need to learn from this. August 15, 2019 Reply Andrea Sisson He is courageous.. August 20, 2019 Reply El Ab video starts at 05:30 September 4, 2019 Reply El Ab His book Scattered Minds is really helpful. September 4, 2019 Reply Claude Horner You have definitely excelled at asking questions Brian. I appreciated your work and progress. 👍 September 5, 2019 Reply serendipidus1 Yeah four days in bordoux maybe a hard start. Ten minutes of just committing to sit still five even but you commit what you think you can on your own terms… You say I'm gonna reach getting restless and stay with it for two whole minutes breathing and if it doesn't pass I'm going to allow myself to move or do something. And you go back every day and try again. Little by little. Five minutes ten minutes and once that passes and I read that an emotion passes in 90seconds chemically if its allowed to run its course so just facing but for 90 seconds could change your life and move forward so you can then just breathe for 90 seconds through restlessness when it arises…you're then in control of yourself your not going to be acting out of an emotion which could pass in 90 seconds. A thought of anxiety 90 seconds just breathe and let it pass. Happens again breathe again. Like a jungle you cut through each vine at a time. A whole holiday to this guy must be like vipasana for someone who's never meditated. September 11, 2019 Reply Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.