Caryn Elizabeth Live

Is there a healthy way to feel every day?
All emotions are not healthy for ourselves and others. Sure, becoming angry for a good reason may feel powerful at the time but it violates those back of it. The scientific fact behind our need to get “emotional” is that when emotions are expressed, a chemical is released and the sensation is addictive. Now you know why you keep repeating the same mistakes. Our beliefs contribute to our emotional cause which doesn’t help when those emotions harm others. This audio will help you find the answer for mastering your feelings.
Let’s form good habits and exhibit healthy emotions which release the same satisfaction in our body. These emotions do no harm to you or others. Let the good feelings create habits that uplift us.
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What are friends for? How do they help us see who we are and what we’ve made of? Have your friends changed over time? Good.. Hopefully they are better. Listen as I share my view on friendship!

Having negative thoughts is human. What we do with them is “POWER”. Listen and discover how you can use your power to overcome negative thoughts and think by asking yourself good quality questions about yourself.
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Really like this song! Not sure about his other music.. haha

Have your words ever been taken the wrong way? Do you speak before you think? Do your feelings cause you to blurt out profanity’s?

We are human and with that, many times we speak before we think. Our feelings rule us and we say things that sting the other person.

Dealing with our feelings and the feelings of others doesn’t have to be hard. We can think before we speak. We can manage our emotions. We can forgive swiftly.

Marvin J Ashton’s words in his book Begin With Yes, state this: If we could look into each others hearts, and understand the unique challenges each of us faces, I think we would treat each other much more gently, with more love, patience, tolerance and care.

My podcast shares a simple way that is repeatable and successful so that we can do this and create more happiness in our life.

Mr. Ashton says “I think we would treat each other…” He states this as a “thought”, not a feeling. He is using logic while writing this statement. If he would have said “I feel”, it would have indicated that he “felt” this. He eliminated “feeling” words so that we would see this as factual and not opinion.

We can do that same thing when we share things with our team, our family, and our co workers. He is managing his emotions by not stating his opinion emotionally. Use your thinking words when you have to speak with authority. Use your emotions when you are in a place of humility, when you want to forgive someone.

This podcast shares a simple strategy for overcoming life’s difficulties. It requires your imagination and vision, with a desire to overcome, forgive and be happy. For more go here:
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