Emotional Mastery: Understanding and Healing Your Emotional Triggers to Take Control of Your Life
Emotional triggers often have roots in past experiences and memories. Understanding our emotional triggers can be incredibly powerful and help us take control of our lives. Understanding our triggers and their roots, reprogramming negative beliefs, and practicing self-compassion, we can learn to respond instead of react and achieve emotional mastery.
The Things We Take For Granted: How to get through the lows of life
Sometimes we must be reminded of the little things we take for granted. Each day presents us with goodness and the gift of life. When life knocks you down, take consistent action to get back up. Don’t remain at your lowest point. Own up to your life. Lift your head, and move forward with modest, deliberate steps in the direction you know you must go.
How to Improve Emotional Health: 3 Ways to Heal Emotional Trauma
Starting this year, resolve to prioritize emotional healing. Ignoring your feelings can prevent you from finding your voice and following your passion in life. Acknowledge your feelings; they are a part of who you are, and suppressing them can prevent you from becoming the best version of yourself. Emotional healing can help you to lead a purpose-driven life.
What are the Five Stages of Divorce? What to Know About the Emotional Process You May Be Dealing With
There are five stages of divorce that everyone needs to understand to move through the process as painlessly as possible. Most divorced people are not initially angry. Most of them are just disappointed in how the relationship turned out. Being aware of the stages helps you better control yourself and get through the process easily.
Trauma Response Types Impact on Our Relationships: Break the Cycle and Create Healthy Connections
Our brain thrives on the ability to predict behavior. Even if it’s unsafe, we choose what we know over what we don’t. Trauma can significantly impact our relationships and how we show up in them, which is why understanding our trauma response types is essential for building strong relationships.
Breaking Free from Emotional Blackmail: Understanding and Dealing with Emotional Manipulation
Have you ever been in a relationship with someone who uses fear, obligation, or guilt to manipulate you into doing what they want? Those who are most vulnerable to emotional blackmail are typically people pleasers or empathetic individuals who are easy to manipulate. The quality of our life depends on the quality of our relationships, both with ourselves and others.
Breaking the Silence: Why Communication is Key in Navigating Mental Health Struggles
When you’re at a high point in your life and then suddenly find yourself at a low, it can feel like you have to reinvent yourself completely. It can be difficult to find your footing again, and sometimes it can feel like there’s no way out. It’s important to try to remind yourself that it’s only like this for now.
6 Daily Motivation Tips to Help You Overcome Negativity and Lack of Motivation
Motivation can be a strange and challenging concept if you lack direction, and only you can fight through any lack of motivation, so it’s essential to look inward whenever you seem short of it. When things get challenging, motivation is what keeps you pushing through the task at hand and focused on your goal.
The Power of Positive Energy: How You Can Protect Your Energy and Support Others
We often don’t think about how energy affects the people around us, whether it’s negative or positive energy. You are someone’s inspiration and role model, and what you do with your life affects theirs. Here are four ways you can better protect your energy and emotions
Speak Your Truth: 9 Reasons to Share Your Story
It takes courage to speak your truth and show the less-than-perfect parts of yourself to others. However, it’s important to be your most authentic self and share your story with others.
When we create communities, we create a connection as well, as everyone in the same vicinity feels loved and heard. In this way we receive strength from each other.