Emotional control is a skill that can be learned at any age.
It is a skill that is incredibly useful for our mental health and wellbeing.
Perhaps you think that you are unable to control your feelings and right now, this may be true.
However, learning what your triggers are, why they exist, what the underlying belief or fear is and what your resulting behaviour is, will help you to maintain more calm and stability in your emotions.
Once you learn to do this, the quality of your life will improve dramatically.
🧠 You will feel less at the mercy of what happens in your day that is out of your control.
🧠 You will feel more in control of your reactions.
🧠 You will be calmer.
🧠 You will be less reactive.
🧠 You will operate more from the executive control part of your brain vs the subconscious part of your brain.
🧠 You’ll feel less drained and exhausted, as a result more energised.
🧠 You will be more decisive and less stressed.
It’s most definitely a skill worth learning.
To Thriving In Your 40’s And Beyond!
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