You’re at church, at a bar, out with your kids at the grocery store or park, grabbing some coffee by yourself for a mental break, or on a plane rushing home for a family emergency. For whatever reason you have that look on your face that tells the world:
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“My colleagues are working on my last nerve, I’m about to lose it.”
“I’m going to explode on him if he keeps treating me like this.”
“You’re going to have to hold me back if this keeps up.”
Have you ever said (or even thought) something along these lines?
Your emotions can be expressions of joy and wonder, but they can also be damaging to your health and happiness if left unchecked.
Emotional health tends to come with a lot of questions.
Questions like, why are they so difficult to control? How can I manage them? What is emotional health?
Do you often feel like you are out of control?
Do you get angry quickly or often feel bad about how you treated someone else?
There are many indicators that can tell you if your physical health is suffering, but how do you know when your emotional health is low?