Learn how to thrive with Emotional Logic

 

At the back of my business cards are the following words: “You can only care for others, if you care enough to take care of yourself.” In journeying with my husband’s depression that became chronic and ended in his self-death, I had to find ways to stay resilient by taking care of myself.

Any illness or trauma provides a mirror that reflects where we need to adjust our lifestyle or coping mechanisms. Unfortunately, we have become masters at ignoring our emotions and minimising our losses. I have dreamt of growing old with Andre. That dream has died with him. I step into a new beginning now as I learn to grow and face my grief.

Learning how to map your emotional world, opens up new insights that offer choices for thriving. Emotional Logic taught me how to become emotionally unstuck and be able to thrive again. I equip, encourage and inspire people in creative ways to learn to love and respect themselves and befriend their emotions to enjoy a better quality of life.

 

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