A blog post announcing Emotional Fitness Training’s March Stop the  Madness Month.  It begins with a humorous Emotional Fitness Test:

If you did not find this a bit humorous that is another sign mad, bad, and sad feelings need taming.

If you did not find this a bit humorous that is a sign your mad, bad, and sad feelings need taming. Emotional Fitness Training tips, posts, and eBooks show you how.

My 76th birthday arrives March 21st, the day after Spring.  In the USA, March comes in like a lion, takes us through the Ides of March, and hopefully gets tamed and brings us flowers as well as showers as April comes.  

To celebrate my birthday,  my newest free eBook Easy Emotional Fitness Exercises will be launched on Facebook. If you are a Facebook friend save the date and join me there.   I will be posting every hour on the hour from 10:00 am USA Mountain Time to 10:00 pm.  What will I post each time? An Easy Emotional Fitness Exercise and then a video,  poems, stories of strength, and some poster quotes.

I hope you can join me.


I developed Emotional Fitness Training during my years as a foster parent and a therapist; however, every age and stage brings with it the need to stay strong.  At 76, I need to work extra hard to keep moving forward so I can be all I can be.

As I tell myself a thousand times a day, stay strong, give lots of love, be grateful, practice kindness, live now, give and seek forgiveness, and always hope  the blessing of the forces beyond our control are with you and those you love.

Those of you reading this and following me are a big part of what helps me stay emotionally strong. Thank you.


DISCLAIMER ONE: EMOTIONAL FITNESS TRAINING IS NOT THERAPY.  It is a self-care, self-help educational program. Therapy is about healing, Emotional Fitness Training is about strengthening.


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