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Emotional fitness tips designed to help you avoid the will struggles, put downs, that drive your crazy, when you know you are sane and in the right.

Gotcha WarriorIf you cannot do these things you need strengthen you self-soothing skills.  Following the tips offered on this blog will help, but you may need more.  So if after trying all my good advice and feeling you need more, check out  my newest eBook:

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Self-Soothing, Create Calm in Your Life

An overload of social media increases stress and makes you more vulnerable to Gottcha Wars.  I don’t want to increase you stress, so I am offering you a newsletter This means you can skip some or even all of my blog post.  The newsletter will link you too the most popular posts of the two previous week, add news, poster coaches, jokes, and resources.

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Stay strong

Life is difficult and you will meet Gotcha warriors here, there, and every where.  Practicing  the Daily Twelve Easy Emotional Fitness Exercises builds you ability to stay calm, an essential Gottcha War strategy.  This final poster will remind you of those exercises.

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 As usual for all you do to support me, thank you.

Katherine

Disclaimers

The first and most important: Emotional Fitness Training is a self-help and coaching program. It is not therapy. Nor does it replace therapy when therapy is needed. If the exercises and support provided here do not help you gain control of negative feelings, more may be needed. Support groups, coaching, and therapy are other paths to emotional fitness. 

Anyone with suicidal thoughts, thoughts of harming other people, or who enage in harmfur or dangerous out-of-control behaviors needs to get professional help. Anyone with serious suicidal or homicidal plans need an immediate psychiatric evaluation.  Call a suicide hot line if you are unsure of where or how to get help. Suicidal hotlines USA.  Lfe can be better.

The second: I have dysgraphia, a learning disability that peppers my writing with mis-spelling and punctuation errors. All my books are professionally edited. Not so my blog post. Although I use all the grammar and spelling checks, mistakes slip by. If they bother you, seek another source of support for life’s less savory moments.   Life is to short to let problems you can avoid irate you.

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