Emotional Fitness Tip
The heart of Emotional Fitness Training’s Game Plan is thinking before you act. Safety is always the first thing to think about for when you are not safe a few moments thought can be the difference between life and death.
Firemen know that if you wake up in the middle of the night with your fire alarms ringing and the smell of smoke creeping up your nose, rushing without thought out your bedroom door could lead you right into the flames.
Park Rangers know that : when encountering a wild animal, instinct says run, but that will trigger the animal. Better to back slowly away, with your hands held high, and making lots of noise. Read the above link for more information on this subject.
Dog trainers know how te: How to Handle A Dog Attack. Again, don’t run, show no fear, keep your hands at your sides, stand sidewise to the dog and using a commanding voice say “No.” Again the link goes into greater detail.
You think better and more wisely, when you have thought about things like this before faced with an emergency. Why I created the 911 Poster Coach and urge you to read the Wild Animal Link and How to Handle a Dog Attack. The life you safe maybe your own. Safety from an attacking dog
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Post Inspiration: This post was inspired by a WordPress Daily Prompt: Urgent.
Links of Interest
These links are for those not familiar with Emotional Intelligence or the idea of Emotional Fitness.
- Emotional Intelligence (en.wikipedia.org)
- The five components of emotional Intelligence (www.sonoma.edu)
- About Emotional Fitness Training (emotionalfitnesstraining.com)
- An Emotional Fitness Program for Parents (amazon.com)
Even the most learned researchers and therapists quarrel about much. Take their advice and mine carefully. Don’t just listen to your heart, but also think; don’t just think, listen to your heart. Heart and head working together increase the odds you will find useful advice amid all the promises and hopes pushed at you be others. As others have noted, take what seems useful, leave the rest.
Disclaimer two: Forgive my grammatical errors
If you need perfect posts, you will not find them here; I will understand if you don’t follow, like or share what like me. Not only am I dealing with an aging brain, but all of my life I have been plagued by dysgraphia–a learning disability, Some of my posts might be peppered with bad spelling, poor punctuation, and worse words that make no sense. If you want to hang in with me, thank you; you are kind. If a post doesn’t make sense or bugs you too much, stop reading, I will understand.