Master Your Emotions: A Practical Guide to Overcome Negativity and Better Manage Your Feelings (Mastery Series Book 1)
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Ask the client to place these statements somewhere where they will be daily reminded that reacting emotionally and losing perspective is not always the best path. Your support circle can also give you a different perspective and insight about a certain issue and help you make healthier steps and better decisions.
Remember, you always have a choice when it comes to mastering your emotions and it all begins with the steps you take now. You could berate him and send him back to his room to change, but instead, ask yourself what you are feeling.Express the emotion in a healthy way that reinforces what you rehearsed and changes the way you feel. He is saying, Yes, you feel worked up but don’t perceive it as nervousness: construct it as determination. Experiencing awe has been shown to be a strong predictor of lower levels of proinflammatory cytokines ( molecules that in elevated levels have been associated with a number of illnesses).
The first step may be to consider self-knowledge, truthfulness, and other building blocks on the road to personal growth. As well as everything mentioned here, there are also a number of steps you can take to help you achieve a higher emotional state. Start your journey to emotional mastery and let these helpful ways to master your emotionsguide you to higher ground.The author delves into the formation and impact of emotions on the human body and shows readers how they can use them to achieve personal growth. Whatever way you're feeling, recognizing and labeling difficult emotions allows you to handle and face them head-on and, in turn, gives you an upper hand against emotional triggers, which might include traumatic memories, uncomfortable topics, and other people's words or actions. If you can employ this technique day to day, you’ll be better calibrated to cope with varied circumstances, and potentially more empathic to others, with improved skill to negotiate conflict and get along.