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Emotional Fitness - Nadia Themis
Have you ever had that day, where everything was going wrong? Like that song of Alanis Morissette “Ironic” or Merphy’s Law. Although, it might sound weird to you, It is all about controlling our emotions, of course we are human beings but if we don’t control our emotions.

Listen to this story, I was trying to park and was furious as I was in an argument of the phone with someone. Then the guy at the parking was yelling because I was delaying him.. from nothing actually but I guess he just wanted to get on my nerves or that’s how he knew to treat and talk.

I opened the window, and I gather all my calmness and said to him, “Please, talk with manners as I deserve because I am having very intense day and won’t be responsible for my actions if you continue. “Guys I was indeed calm, then after that he smiled apologized and said “Okay madam, when you finish I will be waiting at the exit gate”.

So, imagine now if I started screaming at him, what would have been the result? Tragic most probably hit each other, got sick and not be able to continue my work and his too. By managing our own emotions, we get more peace and the most important we get the result we want because all comes back to us.

Fueling Your Emotional Fitness Training Program
Here is a list of emotional self-care issues you may want to consider in creating your emotional fitness goals. Consider each of these areas in your life. Are you getting the emotional fuel you need to provide the energy and happiness you desire in your life?

  1. Sleep and Meditation
    Getting enough sleep each night is essential to physical and emotional well-being. It might sound too hard or not that important, but meditation is also essential. We have to spend a few minutes to “clear” our mind, especially before we go to sleep.
  2. Exercise
    Our body is designed to be physically active. Exercise is essential for good health. It increases the levels of our serotonin and releases our energy.
  3. Eat mindfully
    From the day I became a vegan, I feel more relaxed and more energetic. I am not trying to say that veganism is for all, but we should be careful of what enters our body. The food we eat has a direct impact on our energy and metabolic fitness.
  4. Breaking down the “Wall of doubts”
    I was so confused in the past and reached a point where no one wanted to talk to me and I was making myself sick. I tried to find ways to handle myself and my emotions. I created in my mind a wall, and when I was feeling frustrated, I used to project my thoughts onto that “wall” and distance myself from my frustration. After sometime of practice, that “wall” helped me to manage my anger until it slowly disappeared. Of course I still get angry but not like I used to. Any doubt you have, any bad thought, any crazy emotion, just stick it to that wall! After a while, you will start feeling totally different.
  5. Pause
    We should pause for a while, just to have a rest and enjoy the art of doing nothing just like in my favorite movie “Eat, Pray, Love”. Recovery from our hectic lifestyle is necessary to be able to continue to meet the ongoing challenges of daily life. Lack of rest and recovery leads to burn-out and illness.
  6. Say NO to others
    How many times have you done things for others because you were feeling sorry to tell them ‘no’, but at the same time your decision made you suffer? You should use the word ‘No’ in order to get more substantial ‘Yes’ in your life. Even if saying ‘No’ means to avoid going for coffee with a friend.
  7. Awareness
    Success to me is the ability to become a better person than the person we have been yesterday. Most of the times we tend to forget from where we began. We should always be aware of our success.
  8. Meaningful Life
    Everyone is seeking for love and appreciation. Healthy relationships contribute to a healthier life. Joy at work enhances our health and happiness, while hating our job is a health risk factor. Doing activities that bring us joy and happiness, add more meaning to our lives.
  9. Spiritual Practice
    Research demonstrates that people who are involved in a spiritual practice do significantly better in a wide range of measures relevant to physical and emotional well-being.
  10. Finances
    The way we relate to money can either give us energy or drain our energy. It is necessary to redefine the relationship we have with money.

Joining my program you will be able to manage your emotions, and here is one tip for you which helped me to overcome my divorce.

When you are having too many voices in your head and get you upset and frustrated. Then, imagine a wall in a little distance from you, and put all your thoughts in yellow or pink or whatever color you consider the most alert for the most important voices and priority. Then, stick the Red posts let’s say since I love RED for alert thoughts, then stick the green and last the yellow. By doing this process you have already started feeling calmer, and your head more “clean” then you go through your posts and start dealing with those that are indeed important. Whatever is not important don’t put them on waiting list, they still get place in our mind just THROW them away.

I was raised up in a very emotional environment and I never thought that I would be able to manage my emotions, and here I am now coaching about it!

You can achieve anything, you design your behavior and i am here to help you achieve that.