Living With Your EmotionsAuthor: Chantel Splatt
A lot of people would say that it is in the human's nature to be emotional. There are instances that we actually exaggerate with our emotions to the point that it takes control of us. So how should we really deal with them?
Emotions are often associated with our feelings such as love, joy, anger, fear and sadness among others. Some would even correlate these with maturity and stability thus the saying ‘think with our head and not with our heart' was devised to remind us that we should not let our emotions to overpower us. But does this mean that we should suppress them?
This is one of the biggest topics that can be discussed and endless debates can be made about it. Many would agree that several techniques were also formulated and developed to teach people on how to deal with them. Different studies were conducted all over the world to prove how emotions affect the physical and mental sides of a person and what
However, no matter how much we try to assess these emotions, a lot of people seem to always reach a dead end in their search. Most of the time, we are just like running around in circles that when we think that we are progressing with them only to find out that we are again back in square one. What we all seem to lack in this aspect is the emotional intelligence.
If we do a search on the internet on what emotions are, we would probably find that it basically means "energy in motion." But even if we have this meaning, do we really know what it means? There are several emotions that we can actually enumerate but these were classified according to the six basic emotions. These six are joy, peace, love, anger, sadness and fear but the real question is how do we associate these six with the meaning of emotion?
The book "Monkey See Monkey Don't" discusses how we basically handle our emotions and attain balance. Several techniques are taught in the book which would help us deal with different kinds of emotions.
This book was written with a purpose to help everyone attain emotional stability and heal each one of us. Our aim with this book is to help you achieve your personal vision. We are confident that this book will effectively help you have a balanced life that would result to real happiness and success.
Chantel has devoted much of her life to helping people to achieve their dreams.
Chantel began her career in administration, winning the South West Trainee of the Year award, and is the regional winner of the WorkSkills competition. She has also been a finalist twice in the WA State Training Excellence Awards (Trainee of the Year).
With experience in business systems, human resources and change management, she has progressed to becoming a business advisor in a corporate environment. She combines this with her role as a personal wellness coach.
Chantel is particularly passionate about working with people with health challenges, and runs a non-for profit Community Weight Loss Challenge.
Chantel draws on her wealth of experience, as well as her unshakeable belief that anything is possible.
Chantel is WA's #1 Qualified Success Coach and is a qualified NLP Master Practitioner.
Chantel lives in Mandurah, Western Australia with her husband, Craig.
Chantel's gift for making people feel at ease helps clients discover what they need to in a safe, non-judgemental, open environment.