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Let's talk emotional health.  Now more than ever, Americans face regular emotional assaults stemming from stresses at work, financial pressures, and relationship or home life problems.  The accumulation of these psychological injuries can interfere with our functioning and cause long term emotional harm, but can we do anything about them?

Ask a friend or family member:

•What should we do to ease the sharp pain of rejection?

•How do we stop the devastating ache of loneliness or the bitter disappointment of failure?

•How should we recover from low self- esteem or loss and trauma?

•How do we deal with  intrusive ruminations or nagging guilt?

Every household has a medicine cabinet of bandages, ointments and painkillers we use to treat the physical injuries we sustain in daily life.  Psychological damages such as failure, rejection, or loneliness occur at least as frequently as do physical ones, but we don’t know how to treat them so the wounds don’t heal. For example, experiencing failure can lead to crippling test anxiety, rejections can damage our self-esteem, and loneliness can take years off our life expectancy if we can’t find a remedy.

Join me andmy guest Guy Winch to discuss practical strategies to treat psychological wounds.  Read about it on my blog at http://cebreez.com/uSbyC

 

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