Practicing Emotional Self-Care: Finding Tranquility Amidst Chaos

Practicing Emotional Self-Care: Finding Tranquility Amidst Chaos

Emotional self-care is critical In a world that is bustling with emotions. Navigating life as an emotionally sensitive person can feel like an intricate dance. Every emotional wave, whether yours or someone else's, can be deeply felt, making it easy to become overwhelmed. But by embracing your sensitivity and learning to practice emotional self-care, you can transform this trait into a source of strength. Today, we're sharing strategies from the audiobook, "The Emotionally Sensitive Person: Finding Peace When Your Emotions Overwhelm You," written by psychologist Dr. Karyn D. Hall. With the help of these strategies, you can learn how to feel less overwhelmed and discover the art of emotional self-care in a fast-paced world.
How to Practice Self-Compassion

How to Practice Self-Compassion

Dr. Julie de Azevedo Hanks, author of the popular audiobook ”The Assertiveness Guide for Women: How to Communicate Your Needs, Set Healthy Boundaries, and Transform Your Relationships”, offers great advice for how to practice self-compassion, a critical aspect of emotional well-being and resilience. she shares s a practical exercise for cultivating self-compassion, which will help you learn to act in comforting and kind ways toward yourself so that you can provide yourself with the self-soothing and self-nurturing that you need.
Healing After a Breakup: Moving through Grief

Healing After a Breakup: Moving through Grief

After a breakup, you might experience any or all of the five stages of grief. These stages can be scary and disorienting, but there is light at the end of the tunnel! By learning to understand the feelings associated with grief and how to be gentle with yourself as you move through them, you can create a positive environment for healing. In this episode, we’re sharing an inspiring excerpt from Dr. Christina Hibbert’s inspirational audiobook, ”Who Am I Without You? 52 Ways to Rebuild Self-Esteem After A Breakup.”
Stop Overreacting: Learn How the Brain Processes Emotion

Stop Overreacting: Learn How the Brain Processes Emotion

If you struggle with controlling your emotions and overreacting, it can be helpful to understand how the brain processes emotion. Today, Dr. Judith Siegel, author of the audiobook "Stop Overreacting", takes us through the most relevant aspects of brain chemistry and functioning, and demystifies the role of your mind in overreacting.

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