How’s your emotional health?
No really, be honest! What if you had to rate it on a scale from 1-10?
Is it possible that your emotional health could use some improvement?
Could a lack of emotional strength be affecting relationships with your family? Are you modeling good emotional health for your kids (young or grown)? Is it likely that poor emotional health is even affecting your physical health?
Even if you’d currently rate your emotional strength at a zero, that’s okay! It’s never too late to learn the skillset of emotional health.
And you’ve definitely come to the right place. I’m all about emotional health.
I help women learn the information and skills absolutely necessary for better emotional health, so they can live the vibrant life they actually want, and model emotionally healthy living for their children (or whomever it is that they influence).
Creating a cycle of emotional strength that can continue for generations. What better legacy could there possibly be?!
It may seem too simple …
but the first step in increasing emotional health, is knowing a thing or two about the control center of everything you think, do, and feel … yep, your BRAIN!
I’ve created a short workbook to guide you through the first step towards improved emotional health.
Consider doing it with your family! I’ve made it simple and interactive for just that purpose.
Just enter the info and click Submit for immediate access to the workbook!
For the most part we rarely talk about emotional health in our society, so maybe you’re completely unsure how you’re doing in that arena.
So how can you tell if you could use some emotional strengthening?
Well, first of all if you’re a living & breathing human being (which I’m assuming you are) then the answer is probably that YES, YOU DO. Again, because of the old stigma around emotional health, most of us have never been taught what it means, why it’s so important, or how to improve it.
Some other pretty solid signs that it’s time to learn the skills to better emotional health are things like: frequently feeling tired and overwhelmed, spinning in self doubt, feeling stuck or stagnate, struggling with chronic health issues, getting irritable too often with those around you, questioning your purpose or value, playing small to avoid pain and shame, struggling with decision making and questioning the decisions you’ve already made.
If you can relate to any of these then it’s pretty safe to say your lack of emotional strength is negatively impacting you on a daily basis. In other words, Yes, it’s definitely time to learn the skillset of emotional health.
I get it, life is busy! You’re running around, working hard, balancing the needs of a family, and oftentimes just trying to keep your head above water.
But trust me, you absolutely have time for this.
You have time to change your (and your family’s) life. You have time to create a life for yourself that’s happier, healthier, richer, more fulfilled, and more purposeful.
You have time for better physical health, better mental health, better relationships, better career, and better just about everything. No, really! That’s what happens when you decide to take the time to improve your emotional health.
Even time itself expands and becomes more abundant.
I’ve created an assessment just for you!
Print it out, or just use it as a reference and write your answers on a sheet of paper. You owe it to yourself to get the conversation started. But this isn’t like other conversations. It’s the conversation between filtered you and honest you. Yep, that’s right, we even filter ourselves for ourselves. That way we can pretend not to see the things we don’t like so much.
The great thing is that good emotional health teaches you to embrace all of you. No matter what. And you can use this assessment as a tool to get started.
Just enter the info and click Submit for immediate access to the assessment!
And I’m a professionally trained and certified life coach!
As well as a mother of 5, wife of 23 years, small business owner, and more. I became a life coach when I had a life-changing realization that simply knowing the information and skills for emotional health (that I learned from a life coach) could dramatically improve the constant battle I felt in regards to my own clinical depression.
I couldn’t believe it had taken me so long to find this. And I was saddened by the fact that these simple tools could have helped so many over the years, including my mother who suffered from severe mental illness throughout my upbringing.
I knew that had to change. People needed to know that good emotional health is simply a skillset (one they were likely never taught) and could be worked on and improved through knowledge and practice, just like any other skillset.
But is it a luxury for those who have the time to learn? NO! It’s an absolute necessity for living a great (what I call radiant) life. Oh, and spoiler alert, it all starts with learning to utilize your higher (radiant) brain.
Nanci is a credentialed coach; professionally trained and certified through The Life Coach School.