Cross Train Your Brain, 12 Easy Emotional Fitness Exercises

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My newest EBook. Click here for a free download.  Free offer expires in two weeks. Please let me know if this does not work by commenting. Or if it worked, please like.

Please let me know if this does not work by commenting. Or if it worked, please like.When I  had trouble doing something my mother

When I  had trouble doing something my mother said “Gremlins are after you.”  Trying to get this book out to you fits that description well. But with the help of these Twelve Exercises, I kept trying, and if this does not work, I will try another

Trying to get this book out to you fits that description well. But with the help of these Twelve Exercises, I kept trying, and if this does not work, I will try another

Trying to get this book out to you fits that description well. The problem? My store shut down. Sigh. With the help of these Twelve Exercises, I have moved on  and hope this

With the help of these Twelve Exercises, I have moved on  and hope this work-around works, until I straighten out the problems with the store.

These exercises keep  me thriving when Gremlins are out and about.  I developed them as a foster parent caring for troubled teens, used them when directing mental health crisis teams in New York City before during and after 9/11, and currently  find them essential to practice as I struggle with the loss of my hearing and other problems of aging.

If you are a therapist, coach, or fitness trainer adding them to your practice gives added value to your clients. If you are a parent, these are essential and were first described in my book Parents Are People Too: An Emotional Fitness Program for Parents.

PRACTICE KINDNESS

Thank you for all you do.  Thank me by remembering sharing is caring; so is liking, or commenting on this post.

Your caring keeps me going.

Katherine

This post was inspired by wanting to publicize my book, and not by this Word Press Daily Prompt   Quirk of Habit.  Which quirky habit annoys you the most, and what quirky habit do you love — in yourself, or others.

My Twelve Easy Exercises help keep other people’s quirky habits from getting to me. But what I really thought when I read this Prompt, was I bet this Quirky Habit of including the Word Press Prompts in my blog posts annoys some people.

All habits are less annoying if you do not take them personally and understand that many are not within the other person’s control. This is a habit I control, so why do I do it? Three  reasons.

  1.  I get new readers from posting on Word Press Daily Prompt.
  2. It is a critical thinking exercise and so strengthens my aging brain.
  3. I enjoy doing it and reading other people’s thoughts about the prompt.

LINKS OF INTEREST

These links are for those not familiar with Emotional Intelligence or the idea of Emotional Fitness.

  1. Four Easy Emotional Fitness Exercises (www.emotionalfitnesstraining.com}
  2. An Emotional Fitness Program for Parents (amazon.com)
  3. The five components of Emotional Intelligence (www.sonoma.edu)
  4. Emotional Intelligence (en.wikipedia.org)
  5. Emotional Fitness Tips for Parents  (parentsarepeopletoo.com)

 

 

Thank you again for all you do.

Katherine

 

Agree or disagree, comments are always welcomed.