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Master Your Emotions: How to Retrain Your Brain by Controlling Your Thoughts and Feelings.

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Master Your Emotions: How to Retrain Your Brain by Controlling Your Thoughts and Feelings.

Master Your Emotions: How to Retrain Your Brain by Controlling Your Thoughts and Feelings. The Ultimate Guide to Upgrade Your Life, Improve Your … Emotional Intelligence (Bulletproof Mindset) by Dr. Kevin Carol Miyake
2019 | ISBN: 1702341151 | ASIN: B081J7DN6C | English | 129 pages | EPUB | 0.3 MB

Do you know that failure to master your emotions will make you live a life full of regrets and one that is lower than you were meant to live? And for your information, you experience thousands of emotions each day, which means that you have the ability to handle these emotions each time they occur.
It remains the fact that emotions control every part of your life, from the moment you wake up to the moment you go to sleep.
Would you like to manage these emotions the right way?
Do you know that negative effects of emotions can lead to problems in your life that aren’t so easy to see right away? Here are a few questions that you need to ask yourself when looking for a solution to your emotional issues.

Do you feel that your negativity is getting out of control?
Do you have a lot of trouble calming down after a certain emotion, say, anger?
How do you express your feelings? Do your friends evade you when you start talking about your emotions?
Do you take a lot of time to let the emotion go?
Do you feel like you are always on edge, which you feel like letting go?
Does something small let you go – make your emotions boil over, and you have difficulty focusing on tasks, and you even fail to accomplish projects that you are tasked with?
Do people avoid you when you get annoyed?
Do you regret it when you do something?
Have you realized that other people don’t want to work alongside you?
Is it hard for you to have fun?

If you have a definite yes to any of these questions, then you need to read this book.

Solutions are Within Reach.

The brain is the center of all emotions. When you get into any environment, you react to it depending on what you see or what you feel.