Emotional Habits: Grit, Discipline, Confidence and 7 other emotional habits to successfully take control of your life

| September 10, 2016

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We all have times when we let emotions get the best of us.

Think about it; stress, anxiety, depression and anger seem to have lots of power over us today more then ever before. They could easily make us do very silly decisions that we regret only to end up making other bad decisions thus resulting in a spiral effect. No one wants that kind of life. The problem is; for many of us, when something happens, we tend to have some sort of ‘default’ way of reacting to various good or bad stories such that our reaction seems more or less ‘automatic’.

And as with anything ‘automatic’, you can feel very helpless when you don’t want to react the way you react. Think of it as a phobia; you may fear heights even when there is no logical explanation as to why you should fear them. The same applies to automatic emotional reactions. This automatic emotional response is what’s referred to as ‘emotional habits’. And like any other habits, the automatic emotional response could be positive (or good) or negative (or bad). If it is good, you really don’t have to do anything to stop it. But when it is negative, it is critical to do everything in your power to break such habits.

Unfortunately, if we do not do anything about the decisions we make when faced with different emotions, it can be very hard to attain emotional mastery. That’s why it is important to learn how to take charge over your emotional habits in order to avoid making regrettable decisions.

If you want to take control of your emotions and become a strong, resilient and confident person, then this book is the perfect guide for you.

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