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Offline Thandie

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Practicing Skills
« on: February 12, 2018, 06:40:52 PM »
I have been learning about Neuro-linguistic Programming and Biofeedback Therapy lately, and I find both those subjects so interesting that I'm considering taking some sort of course so that I can be certified to practice (even if it's only on family and friends). What do you think about learning those two skills as hobbies?

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Offline Katie Ann

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Re: Practicing Skills
« Reply #1 on: February 12, 2018, 11:29:51 PM »
Both methods sound useful from what I found by googling.   What made you interested in learning more about those techniques?  If I could master NLP, I believe I could rule the world - or at least get my husband to take the garbage out before trash pickup.  I'm all for learning new skills and trying new activities.  I'd love to hear how things are going if you decide to try it.

Offline cherie

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Re: Practicing Skills
« Reply #2 on: February 13, 2018, 01:58:34 PM »
I have been learning about Neuro-linguistic Programming and Biofeedback Therapy lately, and I find both those subjects so interesting that I'm considering taking some sort of course so that I can be certified to practice (even if it's only on family and friends). What do you think about learning those two skills as hobbies?
It is a great thing to want to learn more about something that you regard as a hobby. In fact, in such scenarios, the sky can just be the lower limit. My friends keep telling me to take up psychology as a course because they see a lot of psychological traits in me.

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Offline Treasure

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Re: Practicing Skills
« Reply #3 on: April 02, 2018, 10:01:29 PM »
Thandie, those sure sound fancy! I had to Google them to figure out what they were. I think that learning any skill is a worthwhile venture. It keeps your mind active and you usually learn some valuable things along the way. Besides, learning psychology always has something valuable to add since you might learn a thing or two about yourself or the people around you. That's always a good thing in my books!

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