244: How To Overcome Negative Emotion

Life can be very hard. Many of deal with far too many negative emotions. We get frustrated, we feel lonely, overwhelmed, angry, sad. We focus on fear of the future and shame around the past.

Instead of helping you improve your responses to negative emotions, today’s episode will help you overcome negative emotion. Yup, put it behind you. Let it go.

Because honestly, the ROI (return on investment) of letting go of this negativity is far greater than the ROI of practicing a better reaction to it.

If you found this episode helpful, I think you’ll really enjoy my self-guided e-course, Breaking Barriers, which is all about overcoming emotional eating, negativity & self-limiting beliefs.

 

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  1. Lee
    Lee says:

    Listen to this topic was as if you were watching through my window and see exactly what I was doing to harm myself every time my husband and I try to do a project together. Somehow he gets frustrated with something he is doing and starts to blow off steam by cursing or stomping around and as soon as I respond with what I think is empathy or try to fix what is upsetting him, I end up feeling like the human punching bag (nothing physical just how I come out feeling) even though none of his frustration was said to hurt me. His frustration flies around the room and I keep reaching out and grabbing it. Than it becomes an even bigger problem than just him being upset than the whole house is upset.
    Thank you for the reminder. I am going to practice this as I am sure it won’t be long before it will happen again.

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