@Regrann from @kokodavids - There are two moments when you should not make a serious, potentially life-altering decision, whether it be personal or concerning other aspects of your life: 1. When you are at an emotional high. This is perhaps due to some pleasant experience which gets your emotions dancing in euphoria. 2. When you are at an emotional low. We’re all familiar with those moments…when the situation and circumstances around you leave you miserable, depressed, discouraged or feeling generally unmotivated. Emotional highs and lows really do get in the way of rational thinking and sound decision making. They cloud our better judgement, thereby preventing us from looking at situations beyond that moment where our feelings are all over the place. People have ended meaningful relationships, jeopardized businesses, gone financially bankrupt, inflicted hurt on others and even made decisions that negatively affected their lives due to their inability to manage their emotions. I can guess what you’re thinking: everyone gets emotional. Sure we do and we're allowed to...lets be real...we are humans after all. I’m not saying you shouldn’t get excited, hurt, angry or frustrated. I’m simply saying that when those feelings come, restrain yourself from the urge to make a decision that could cost you more than you had bargained for. The key is to strive for emotional balance and to learn the art of managing your emotions so as to have stability in your life. #tuesdaythoughts#emotionalintelligence#healthyliving#purposefulliving#emotions#intentionalliving - #regrann
Building a strong and healthy physique requires more than simply adjusting our diet and exercise. / On this episode, speaker, wellness icon, and fitness professional Drew Manning shares his journey and book "Fit 2 Fat 2 Fit: The unexpected lessons from gaining and losing 75 lbs on purpose." / To better understand his client's struggles with weight loss, Drew gained and lost 75 lbs within 1 year. His challenge proved there is much more to transforming our bodies than just knowing what to do. It also requires a degree of mental and emotional fitness to take action and follow through with our plan. / Join us on @wellnessforce as Drew Manning tells his story of going from @fit2fat2fit and his mission to show others that it's possible to get back into shape.
🙌🏼LOVE THIS! 🙌🏼 thanks @sara_happiness.is.here for this great graphic on creating space for kids emotions. Crying is a Healthy way for kids to express how they feel... as difficult as it is to listen to the cries (wails...) those tears are saying something. 💕
Building a strong and healthy physique requires more than simply adjusting our diet and exercise. / On this episode, speaker, wellness icon, and fitness professional Drew Manning shares his journey and book "Fit 2 Fat 2 Fit: The unexpected lessons from gaining and losing 75 lbs on purpose." / To better understand his client's struggles with weight loss, Drew gained and lost 75 lbs within 1 year. His challenge proved there is much more to transforming our bodies than just knowing what to do. It also requires a degree of mental and emotional fitness to take action and follow through with our plan. / Join us on @wellnessforce radio 131 as Drew Manning tells his story of going from @fit2fat2fit and his mission to show others that it's possible to get back into shape.
I had a customer in my store at work yesterday who mentioned her girlfriend was very controlling and I quote, "I love her but she's a psycho." This got me thinking about how people can't see the emotional abuse happening right in front of them. ☆ There's a healthy level of jealousy to be involved in any relationship; it shows that you care and want the other person to remain with you. However when it gets to be more control-oriented rather than care oriented, they begin to act out of self interest. ☆ A controlling partner can cloak their insecurity and need to be in control by giving you the perception they want it for your own safety and not their own emotional safety. I know this because I used to be one of those people, and I know now that's not how you show concern for someone. ☆ I learned that to show someone I care about them and the decisions they make, I need to give them the information of how I feel and let them make their own decision. It's not my life, they are their own person, I don't have the right to tell them what they can and can't do. I can let them know how I plan on acting on what they do, because those are MY choices, and they can make the decision to endure that consequence or do what I would like them to do. ☆ To those being controlled: IT IS ABUSE. "But they love me..." they love that they can have control over you and influence your actions. They might really love you at some place within them, but they're not acting the way a lover treats another. They're acting selfishly to make sure they feel okay with no regard to how you feel. ☆ To those controlling: if you really love someone, recognize you're abusing them emotionally. It's subtle manipulation, intentional or not. Give the other person a right to make their own decision and stop protecting your fragile emotions, it's not fair to the person you're with and you know it. ☆ I've been the abuser as well as the abused in relationships; this is my perspective. If you
Guys. I listen for a living. I teach this stuff.., and even I was triggered and forgot my 'mad skillz' this week. So, I wrote a blog about it. Everything I learned in school and everything I learned in my 8 years of owning my Coaching business, it's all here. (I think, lol, things do have a tenancy to slip out of my brain more frequently these days!) I hope it helps to remind me, and maybe gives you a few tips too. Love ya!
Anger with Beauty creates such a deadly blend of arousal which either will lift us to the sky or take us down the realms of unknown darkness. As a two-edged weapon, it can penetrate right into our hearts to either steal it away or reside in it or break it into shattering pieces. The core of this anger & beauty fusion is Maa Katyayani or Mahishasuramardini, the most instrumental form of Maa Durga who slayed the demon, Mahisasura. Beauty is such a perspective! Anger, an emotion which you should not forsake but, balance out and tune in to it's different channels and then it becomes emotional intelligence. By breaking the code of separating these two possessions into individual qualities we can strike mid-way to own the deviant "Art of Spontaneity". It is this spontaneity which gave Maa Katyayani the win over the tyrant buffalo demon. Further, giving way to her ethereal side because she revealed herself from the northern face of Shiva, which is the air element, she can weave together strong relationships and work diligently around sorting out tough marriages with the power of individuality and universal consciousness. #maakatyayani#shiva#sixfacesofshiva#durga#navrathri#navratri#cosmicenergy#universalconsciousness#powerofindividuality#artofspontaneity#mahishasuramardini#anger#angermanagement#emotion#emotionalintelligence#beautyissuchaperspective#shaktism#shakti [The content here is copyrighted with Chirp, Chatter, Cheer, a creative platform which nurtures happy children, educators, parents, workplaces, families & individuals through collaborative environment, shared space, knowledge, tools, skills, technique and more. Chirp, Chatter & Cheer envisions to unlock your imagination power, build on your reflection and lead you on a path of self-discovery!!] ~ FB/Chirpchattercheer