Have you experienced the people in your life who keep and follow through on their word tend to be more emotionally balanced? I know I have. I grew up with the saying, “word is bond.” Meaning, your word is literally your bond. I realize that the more insight I gain, the more I get how important being a person of your word is. This is also the major core of our most important and meaningful relationships. Keeping our word builds trust; while going back on our word, especially again and again creates doubt and distrust for ourselves and our
No One Knows What it Took But You to Overcome Depression
This is what one of my mentors and teachers Cheryl Angela (who has helped me so much in maintaining emotional balance) said to me, “no one really knows what it took except you.” And wow did I really feel the truth of that one. No one really does know what it took to get to a certain place in life, make a change, make a choice, overcome depression, or bring a dream into fruition…except you.
It’s such an added bonus to finding emotional balance when we are recognized
Things, people, and situations happen in our life that we don’t always like- not to mention it can disrupt our emotional balance. Many everyday occurrences happen that we don’t have control over. What we do have control over is the way we respond to things, people, and situations that we find difficult or stressful. Having control over ourselves involves doing some deeper internal work.
This week’s episode of RE-ID TV is all about how our internal world reflects our outer world and why many circumstances act as mirrors for us in some way.
Thank you so much for
Finding emotional balance takes commitment like anything else. No matter how much we may have been conditioned to not show emotions or acknowledge our feelings, we are still emotional beings. If fact, our emotions are like messengers. The give us information about the choices we are making and if any needs are going unmet. Our emotions try to get our attention over and over AND over. It is key to listen to our emotions. Listening and honoring them helps us overcome depression, anxiety, grief and loss.
Oftentimes in the past I found myself having a not so good feeling, but then
Sometimes it’s hard to notice and have awareness about finding emotional balance and identify the things in our life that are truly no longer working. Especially if we haven’t been trained to continuely look at the “bigger picture.” We may just feel the not so good feelings inside like anxiety, depression, frustration, and an overall sense of unfulfillment. It’s WAY more difficult to let go if life feels hard to trust, along with believing that says life is difficult and doesn’t get any better than our current circumstance.
The truth is letting go of things that no longer work for
Who is The Person You Wish Would Change To? Holistic Healing Therapies Can Help You to Change to the Person You Have always Dreamed of… Working with an Emotional Health Counselor can Help Create this.
If you are anything like I was then maybe you can relate to needing some serious codependence recovery. Do you have a specific person in your life, or maybe even a close loved one or spouse that you wish would change in someway? Have you ever felt like you have all the answers and reasons (very good ones) as to why this loved one should
I’d like to share a moment in my codependence recovery with you. And what I mean by codependence recovery is how I learned to shift my emotions and belief systems from being programed to put myself last and take care of other people while abandoning myself to living an empowered life where I love and value myself just as much as I do others.
I did this and still continue to do it with holistic healing therapies.
My mentor and friend Cheryl Angela asked me a question that helped me shift in getting more clarity on
What Do You Have to Have for Good Emotional Health and Fast Codependence Recovery?
My codependence recovery involved walking through a lot of fear…mainly letting go of taking care of others and letting go of putting myself last. I would ask myself “who will still love me if I take care of myself?” A part of me didn’t believe people would show up for me if I made changes because I didn’t show up for myself. I didn’t know what that felt like. Does it ever feel scary to you to think about truly committing to a dream, relationship, or
You may have Past Pain in Your Life From an Emotional Health Problem
Codependence recovery and healing is no joke. So many of us carry around unresolved pain without even being fully aware that it’s there. Sometimes it can just feel like a low-grade feeling that takes effort to either bury or ignore. But it will eventually creep back up and begin to show up in other ways in our lives and act as a self sabotaging undertone. Can you relate on any this on any level?
This is partial why I wanted to become an emotional health
Holistic Healing Therapy Can Help You Have More Fun in Your Life.
I’m keeping this short and sweet…
One of the things I most love about holistic healing therapies is that it always invites you to honor where you are and what you need in every stage of healing. This term is just a practical way of saying “love yourself” love your emotions, your mental capacity, your body, and your spirit. Healing really is about bringing love to the situation, pain, or ailment. That being said…
Does your life consist of work, work, work, and more work? Have you often