Lynette Louise

aka THE BRAIN BROAD

The Lynette Blog

(Do I ever stop talking?)

Okay, so I love to talk… about everything and anything, really… So here you will find insights, updates, musings, and whatever else I feel so inspired to share. Please feel free to post a response, I will do my best to keep the conversation going… Enjoy!!

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Blind Spots, Billionaires, Freedom See-ers, and The Circle of Life

Sunday, February, 24, 2019

Introduction aka My Justification:   Fears and limitations, hopes and dreams, love and hate are all driven by the beliefs you’ve embraced throughout your life. These beliefs shape the world you live in by creating blind spots in your ability to perceive anything other than what you expect, insist on, or wish to be true.

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A Valentine’s Letter of Love

Wednesday, February, 13, 2019

My mom moved to a care home (well, a few actually) in the past two years. While the family was removing her belongings from the old condo and putting them into storage, my sister came across this Valentine’s letter from me to my dad. My father passed away many years ago and I wrote this

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Dirty Girl In The Bathroom and Top Of Mind Marketing

Friday, November, 16, 2018

Many people invest in little fridge magnets, pens, and notepads with their business name stamped on them, hoping to imprint their name upon you so that when you need their expertise they are top of mind. They hope to be the first business you think of; the one you call. This does not work on

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Five Reasons You Should Spend Five Days at our Neurofeedback & Nutrition Retreat this October: Change Your Mindset To Change Your Life with Dr. Lynette Louise (The Brain Broad), Dianne Kosto, and Dana James

Monday, September, 03, 2018

Apparently, I like the number five when inspiring people to grow. For example, I have a show called Fix It In Five and I wrote Five Steps To Self Discovery in my new book Inspire Yourself To Greatness Change Your Brain Change the World. I even rewrote the number five in The Seven Senses of

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The True Story That Isn’t True: A Tale of Autism, Adoption, and Abuse, with Important Advice for Parents

Thursday, April, 19, 2018

On April 2, 2018, a Strive Story was published about me. It is always an honor to share my story, but it is always a little uncomfortable, too. The story is never actually true, even though it is the truth. In telling our tales in snippets, with a theme, a reason, a moral, a specific

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Brain Changes That Lead To Depression And Addiction Can Be Harnessed For Healing

Sunday, January, 28, 2018

There is an important thing happening in the world. Mental Illness is slowly becoming less of a hidden secret while more and more people speak up and out, insisting on being heard and on erasing the cruel stigma around most invisible brain dysfunctions. This is good. But we must be careful. Keep an eye on

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When I Was Easy To Rape, It Was Still Rape

Monday, October, 16, 2017

Originally published on OpEdNews Nov. 6, 2012: When I Was Easy To Rape, It Was Still Rape _________________________________________________________________________ I usually ignore politicians during election years because they say such stupid things.  More than at any other time. So while politicians give the media juicy phrases to fry them with … phrases like ‘forcible rape’  ‘false

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Three Tips for Harnessing Envy

Wednesday, August, 02, 2017

For a variety of reasons, many people today are unaware of the subtle differences in their emotions. So they drop everything into either the negative or positive emotional category.   Envy is an emotion with subtleties. Very often a person sees someone else’s acquisitions and thinks to themselves: “Wow, I’m motivated by the acquisitions of

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Simple Suggestions For Parents Struggling To Bond With Baby

Monday, April, 24, 2017

Dear parents struggling to bond with baby, Allow me to give you this gift. Let go of whatever you imagined it would be like to bond, you were wrong. A lot of this feeling, this feeling of not being able to bond, is due to reality not matching imagination. Also, you’re tired and hormonal, which

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What Doesn’t Kill You Makes You Weaker (Unless You Use It To Pole Vault Into Greater Horizons Of Understanding)

Friday, March, 03, 2017

My son likes to play the same radio station all day and night. Hence, I keep hearing the hook line: “What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger!” After enough repetitions, wherein I nodded in agreement, I thought again. The concept is wrong. And somewhat damaging. It is a propagated myth that assists people in their

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