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Emotions in Harmony

Dr. Carmen is a clinical psychologist in Mexico and the USA. She also brings other licensed mental health professionals as guests. Although not therapy, from her experience in the therapy room you will learn about your emotions, relationships, acquire new communication skills. Our goal is that you will get inspired and achieve stable happiness. This podcast was bilingual English/Spanish until January 2020. Now find the Armonia Emocional Podcast to listen same content in Spanish.

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What to do when love fades away.
DOWNLOAD YOUR FREE PDF HERE TO START DE-STRESSING YOUR LIFE! https://emotionsinharmony.ck.page/3be65c0248 How to know when love fades away in your marriage? How do you know when it is time to stay or leave a romantic relationship? Today we will talk about the fear of uncertainty and how to deal with your emotional pain when love is fading away in your relationship. And of course, I will give you some tips at the end of this episode to either reconnect in your relationship or recover from the emotional pain of separation.  This is not to be confused with the daily hustle and bustle, especially when you have small children, with the numbness that brings high levels of stress or emotional detachment due to previous trauma. You may not hear or see the signs of love fading away because you are afraid of changing what is known, afraid of entering a new phase of your life, or the social, financial, and emotional changes that a separation brings. Nothing is more painful than a divorce, and yet, we pay little attention to what it takes to prevent it.  If you are no longer in love with your partner, you may still care for them and wish them no harm. I have worked with couples who are in the process of divorce and care deeply for each other’s well-being even if they are angry. They just may not know how to express their feelings properly.  "Why would my love fade away?" You may ask. Well, today I'll be giving you the answer to this question, and we talk in depth about what to do if the love in your relationship ends, how to recover it, and in the opposite case, how to heal from a separation.   Resources: Gary Chapman - The Five Love Languages https://amzn.to/3qkx8Zm      www.emotionsinharmony.org 
13:39 6/9/23
Stress, Stress, Stress!
Download your PDF to de-stress your life here!https://emotionsinharmony.ck.page/3be65c0248    Have you got frustrated when you present serious problems to your doctor and the only response is “this is because you have stress”? And you leave the office more confused than when you came in. It is true, the body can react in many different ways to high levels of stress, sometimes even resulting in very serious medical situations. It is incredible how our body experiences our emotions. Wait, before you also get frustrated here with me as well. I am here to tell you that you can do more for your health than you may think. Also, you can lower your stress levels in much simpler ways than you think. So let’s begin, shall we? Last summer, I went to the doctor with a series of symptoms, mainly a particular headache. I am normally pretty healthy, but this was a chain of complaints, so I worried. As soon as I started talking with my doctor, she abruptly interrupted me and said “Stress, stress, stress!” The more I wanted to explain, the more she insisted. I was irritated by what I considered her lack of listening skills, so I got silent. Then she asked if I had been on a vacation recently. Yes, I said. To where? She asked, “to visit my family in Mexico”. Then she exclaimed with certainty: “Stress, stress, stress!” We both laughed. Then she finished the session, and I was left now considering her diagnosis.  As a psychologist, I understand how unpleasant it can be when someone else brings to your attention your lack of emotion management and its consequences. The good thing is that, in this case, I know how to immediately start addressing my problem. But most of my clients do not believe when their doctor suggests that their emotions are the main cause of their physical symptoms. And most doctors do not do a great job of remarking the importance of talk therapy and other holistic healing approaches. So let’s talk about it here. Yes, it may be true that you have physical symptoms that require medical care, and your doctor may lack the curiosity to investigate further. But also, it could be that you went too far when stretching yourself at the risk of damaging your body temporarily or sometimes permanently.  Adverse situations, small or big, generate a chemical reaction in your body that, in small doses, requires just an adjustment. When it comes to big and frequent doses of stress, it changes your physiology, impacting your physical health, your thoughts, and of course, your behaviors.  You may even have a logical answer like “it is because of my job, or the children, or only while I finish this project”. But the reality is that if your body is showing the consequences of stress, the “why” is less unimportant, and what matters more are the new habits you need to develop to counter these symptoms.  The problem is that those changes sometimes are difficult to notice, and have an accumulative effect. Thus, by the time you feel them, it could be because you are in an emergency, and the way back to your well-being is paved with serious life changes.  Thus, if your doctor tells you “Stress, stress, stress!” Before you run to google and search for more diagnoses, ask yourself the following questions: Have you had an ongoing emotionally challenging situation? Do you react as if your life depends on work, family, or any other tasks? Have you felt overwhelmed with what you consider small problems? Have you experienced fatigue, lack of energy, or difficulties sleeping? Are you moody, easily irritated, or less tolerant than usual?  Do you get stuck in the past or the future, unable to live in the present? Those and other questions may help you realize it is time to seek talk therapy, along with consulting your physician for your very genuine concerns, to make sure that there are no other physical issues.  Remember to consult with your psychologist. For now, I will leave with you some solutions that will help you to start caring for yourself immediately. 1. Be true to yourself and acknowledge when you are tired, accepting that you sometimes can't do it all, and that you need rest, is a big step into alleviating its consequences in your body. And of course, finding ways to rest for a couple of minutes at different times of the day can help you tremendously to reduce stress. 2. Explore ways to eat more healthily. Pay extra attention to what you eat, and explore ways to better your diet, eating well does not always mean eating luxuriously, it just means that you are being mindful of what your body needs and what could be potential harm, for example, the extra carbs and high-energy drinks, which are not going to help in the long term. 3. Practice better sleep hygiene so you can get a full night of sleep. Your sleep pattern and the quality of your rest are, along with your diet, one of the most important things to help you reduce stress. If you are not sleeping well, it means that your body is not getting the time to reset and rest, and therefore, you will be more tired, irritable, and fatigued during the day. Not sleeping properly also reduces your ability to manage stressful situations, possibly leading to difficulty finding a solution to those situations, and creating even more stress.   4. Seek mindfulness practices that will suit your needs and preferences. Not every practice works for everyone, this is why you need to take the time to explore your options and see what makes you feel the most comfortable and relaxed. Is it breathing exercises, journaling, meditation? Give them all a try, and keep your mind open while doing so, as even though they seem like simple tasks, they could help you change your entire life. 5. Get the amount of exercise your body needs. Know that when it comes to exercise, it doesn't necessarily mean to go to a gym and lift weights. It could be something that you enjoy that you know could get you a little bit sweaty, like maybe dancing, or Pilates, or maybe even walking. The point is that you enjoy what you're doing but also, to give your body that necessary stretch it needs, plus, you can add even more fun by inviting your friends, or taking your pets with you! Your dog is always happy to volunteer for counting steps, and will do it while waging their tail happily. And remember, what ever you do, do it for at least 20 minutes per day! 6. Delegate those responsibilities that you overtook at some point and are not yours. Your family or co-workers may not appreciate this, but they will be happier if you are less irritated. If you struggle to say no to an additional project, you can check out our episode “How to say No”, where we talk about the importance of only accepting projects and tasks that we can manage. 7. Stop to smell the roses. Or your cup of tea. Which means slowing down, breathing, and enjoying life as it is now. We currently live in such a fast-paced era, that we barely take some time to enjoy the mundane things of life, which can actually bring a lot of joy and relaxation by themselves.  So, next time your doctor says stress, stress, stress! You are so prepared to laugh and, most importantly, do something about it.   Let’s stay connected! Subscribe to the Newsletter: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org/newsletter Visit our website and check out our services: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org Find us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/EmotionsinHarmony Meditate with me: https://insighttimer.com/carmenroman Join us on Telegram: https://t.me/EmotionsinHarmony Do you want to be our sponsor? Email us at info@emotionsinharmony.org
12:10 4/10/23
How to Save a Relationship
Do you feel as if you are losing the grip on your relationship? As strong as a relationship can be, there will always be some hardships that we will face throughout our romantic life. And when those times come, it's important to understand that not all is lost, in fact, there are a lot of things that you can do to improve or even save a relationship as long as this goal is shared by the participants. And although there are many things to do to achieve this goal, in the heat of the situation, not many people know exactly what to do. This is why we have decided to create this episode, filled with information that will help you out when you feel like your relationship has run into a bump. In this special episode, Dr. Carmen, and her husband Vince, talk about the small things and actions that can save your relationship when you need it the most, they talk about what science and Dr. Carmen's experience with couples therapy say about the steps couples should follow to maintain a harmonious, happy and loving life. Of course, like with many things in life, all kind of relationships need some effort, attention and kindness to thrive, so when trying out the recommendations that we bring you today, remember to be compassionate with one another and to keep in mind the end goal of the process.   Let's stay connected! Subscribe to the Newsletter: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org/newsletter Visit our website and check out our services: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org Find us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/EmotionsinHarmony Meditate with me: https://insighttimer.com/carmenroman Join us on Telegram: https://t.me/EmotionsinHarmony Do you want to be our sponsor? Email us at info@emotionsinharmony.org
22:36 11/26/22
How can I Reduce Anxiety?
In prior episodes like “Identify Your Anxiety” and “Do I have Anxiety?”, we have talked more in-depth about what anxiety is, and I recommend you go check them out after listening to this episode if you want to complete the information you will receive today, however, in this episode, we'll be talking not only about what anxiety is but also how to reduce it. We can define anxiety as difficulty to breathe, accompanied by feelings of discomfort and fear of losing control, be it in your personal or professional life. Anxiety is a stress-related disorder, and even though some levels of stress are a normal response from our body to frightful or shocking situations when you start experiencing continuous stress symptoms in your everyday life which hinder your activities and tasks, then it is the right moment to start considering having anxiety. Now that you have this definition in your head, I'm sure you could think of a few very stressful situations that could lead to experiencing anxiety. Anxiety can be caused by multiple reasons, and many factors can contribute to it, making it worse over time. However, there are many ways you can reduce the effects that anxiety can have both on your body and mind, and sometimes, it can be even simpler than you may think. *We recommend checking out our episodes “How do you Calm Anxiety?” and “Will my Anxiety Ever go Away?” if you would like to get some answers to the most common questions regarding anxiety.   Related episodes: https://emotionsinharmony.org/2020/11/07/do-i-have-anxiety/ https://emotionsinharmony.org/2022/07/09/how-do-you-calm-anxiety/ https://emotionsinharmony.org/2022/03/11/will-my-anxiety-ever-go-away/ https://emotionsinharmony.org/2019/02/08/identify-your-anxiety/    Go to https://greminders.com/harmony to find out how you can start automating your schedule and claim your 10% discount! Subscribe to the Newsletter: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org/newsletter Visit our website and check out our services: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org Find us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/EmotionsinHarmony Meditate with me: https://insighttimer.com/carmenroman Join us on Telegram: https://t.me/EmotionsinHarmony Do you want to be our sponsor? Email us at info@emotionsinharmony.org
09:11 9/3/22
What are the Main Causes of Anxiety?
In prior episodes like “Identify Your Anxiety” and “Do I have Anxiety?”, we have talked more in-depth about what anxiety is, and I recommend you go check them out after listening to this episode if you want to complete the information you will receive today, however, in this episode, we'll be talking not only about what anxiety is but also about what causes it. We can define anxiety as a difficulty to breathe, accompanied by feelings of discomfort and fear of losing control, be it in your personal or professional life. Anxiety is a stress-related disorder, and even though some levels of stress are a normal response from our body to frightful or shocking situations when you start experiencing continuous stress symptoms in your everyday life which hinder your activities and tasks, then it is the right moment to start considering having anxiety. Now that you have this definition in your head, I'm sure you could think of a few very stressful situations that could lead to experiencing anxiety. Anxiety can be caused by multiple reasons, and many factors can contribute to it, making it worse over time. However, sometimes it can be hard to pinpoint the exact reason for what is causing it, this is why today I want to share with you six possible causes of anxiety disorders, and some recommendations to work on them. *We recommend checking out our episodes “How do you Calm Anxiety?” and “Will my Anxiety Ever go Away?” if you would like to get some answers to the most common questions regarding anxiety. Mentioned episodes: Do I Have Anxiety? https://emotionsinharmony.org/2020/11/07/do-i-have-anxiety/ How do you Calm Anxiety? https://emotionsinharmony.org/2022/07/09/how-do-you-calm-anxiety/ Will my Anxiety Ever go Away? https://emotionsinharmony.org/2022/03/11/will-my-anxiety-ever-go-away/ Identify Your Anxiety https://emotionsinharmony.org/2019/02/08/identify-your-anxiety/    Go to https://greminders.com/harmony to find out how you can start automating your schedule and claim your 10% discount! Subscribe to the Newsletter: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org/newsletter Visit our website and check out our services: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org Find us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/EmotionsinHarmony Meditate with me: https://insighttimer.com/carmenroman Join us on Telegram: https://t.me/EmotionsinHarmony Do you want to be our sponsor? Email us at info@emotionsinharmony.org
15:07 8/26/22
Why Survivors of Sexual Abuse Remain Silent After Years
Have you ever wondered why some victims of sexual abuse keep silent? The worldwide percentage of people who have suffered sexual abuse is so high that you may know at least one person who has suffered from some kind of abuse, so you must learn accurate information about these awful situations to address this topic the right way. In this episode, Dr. Carmen Román chats with Dr. Nazanin Moali about why some victims of abuse decide to keep it a secret and what are the reasons In addition, they will talk about different beliefs people have about sexual abuse and tell us if they are valid. Dr. Carmen Roman is a dedicated clinical psychologist who helps parents, families, and community leaders who have suffered from trauma, anxiety, or stress to managing their emotions, and guides them to a harmonious life. In this episode you’ll learn: Emotional barriers of an abused person Why do victims keep silent for so many years? What is true and what is false about sexual abuse Beliefs about abuse Ways victims can protect themselves Connect with Dr. Nazanin Moali Website http://www.sexologypodcast.com/ Instagram https://www.instagram.com/sexologypodcast/ Go to https://greminders.com/harmony to find out how you can start automating your schedule and claim your 10% discount! Subscribe to the Newsletter: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org/newsletter Visit our website and check out our services: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org Find us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/EmotionsinHarmony Meditate with me: https://insighttimer.com/carmenroman Join us on Telegram: https://t.me/EmotionsinHarmony Do you want to be our sponsor? Email us at info@emotionsinharmony.org
38:36 8/12/22
How do you Calm Anxiety?
Do you find it difficult to control your anxiety? Experiencing high peaks of anxiety can be highly uncomfortable, it could hinder your activities and have you feeling exhausted by all worrying and overthinking. This may be caused by the alteration of chemicals in your body or your nervous system trying to adjust to your mental state. Although this is not your fault, you can do a lot to alleviate your symptoms.  In this episode, Dr. Carmen will tell us how to calm anxiety with some simple and quick breathing exercises, and will also explain the difference between what is considered "normal" anxiety and anxiety disorders   Go to https://greminders.com/harmony to find out how you can start automating your schedule and claim your 10% discount!   Subscribe to the Newsletter: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org/newsletter Visit our website and check out our services: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org Find us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/EmotionsinHarmony Meditate with me: https://insighttimer.com/carmenroman Join us on Telegram: https://t.me/EmotionsinHarmony Do you want to be our sponsor? Email us at info@emotionsinharmony.org
32:28 7/9/22
Am I sad or depressed? Part Two.
"Am I depressed or just sad?" "Is depressed the same thing as sad?" "How do I know if I have depression?" If you have tried to Google these past three questions, then this episode is for you. Depression and "normal sadness" can be very similar in plain sight, however, when you observe them closely, you will notice that the differences can be huge. Depression is characterized by continuous feelings of sadness, hopelessness, irritability, having no motivation or interest in things, constantly not feeling in the mood to do things we used to love, difficulty making decisions, and not being able to perform tasks that we usually do on or daily basis. These symptoms are not necessarily limited only to being psychological but, depression can also manifest physical symptoms such as moving or speaking more slowly than usual, changes in appetite and even weight, unexplained aches, and pains, and lack of energy, in women the menstrual cycle could change, insomnia. But the thing is, that some symptoms of depression can also be present when it comes to "normal sadness". So how can we differentiate them? In this episode, Dr. Carmen will walk us through the differences between depression and sadness, how depression affects your brain and body, and what kind of treatments are available to help you or any of your loved ones to recover.   Go to https://greminders.com/harmony to find out how you can start automating your schedule and claim your 10% discount!   Subscribe to the Newsletter: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org/newsletter Visit our website and check out our services: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org Find us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/EmotionsinHarmony Meditate with me: https://insighttimer.com/carmenroman Join us on Telegram: https://t.me/EmotionsinHarmony Do you want to be our sponsor? Email us at info@emotionsinharmony.org
24:11 6/27/22
Am I sad or depressed? Part One.
Could you be depressed or are you just feeling sad? Sadness is a normal part of life, and everybody experiences this emotion in multiple stages of their life. However, nowadays, the term "depression" can be heard throughout society and social media as a common synonym for being sad. The common use of this term has made some people believe the misconception that depression is something that can come and go quickly and that people can get over it in the span of a few days. It is extremely important to understand that there are differences between being sad because of a difficult situation or traumatic event that we have been through for a short period of time and depression symptoms. Depression is characterized by continuous feelings of sadness, hopelessness, irritability, having no motivation or interest in things, constantly not feeling in the mood to do things we used to love, difficulty making decisions, and not being able to perform tasks that we usually do on or daily basis. The depression symptoms are not necessarily limited only to psychological symptoms but physical symptoms such as moving or speaking more slowly than usual, changes in appetite and even weight, unexplained aches, and pains, and lack of energy, in women the menstrual cycle could change, insomnia. But the thing is, that some symptoms of depression can also be present when it comes to "normal sadness". So how can we differentiate them? In this episode, Dr. Carmen talks about how we can differentiate depression from sadness, walking us through the symptoms of depression and giving us a thorough explanation of how it is diagnosed. As this is a long topic, we have divided this episode into two parts, so stay tuned for part two!   Go to https://greminders.com/harmony to find out how you can start automating your schedule and claim your 10% discount!   Subscribe to the Newsletter: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org/newsletter Visit our website and check out our services: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org Find us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/EmotionsinHarmony Meditate with me: https://insighttimer.com/carmenroman Join us on Telegram: https://t.me/EmotionsinHarmony Do you want to be our sponsor? Email us at info@emotionsinharmony.org
14:34 6/18/22
Could you be Suffering From Misophonia?
Are you one of those people that gets extremely annoyed when the sound of someone chewing with their mouth open hits your ears? This phenomenon is characterized as misophonia, a disorder that can cause a fight or flight reaction from certain individuals when they hear some every day sounds like, other people breathing, chewing, or yawning.  It has been identified that these sounds can cause worse than just a little discomfort for some people, leading to times of isolation and avoidance of social interactions in order to avoid these trigger sounds. So how can you know if you are suffering from such a disorder? Well, it's not enough to just get a bit annoyed at some sounds. Join Dr. Carmen today for a very interesting and unusual topic! Go to https://greminders.com/harmony to find out how you can start automating your schedule and claim your 10% discount! Follow us. Subscribe to the Newsletter: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org/newsletter Visit our website and check out our services: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org Find us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/EmotionsinHarmony Meditate with me: https://insighttimer.com/carmenroman Join us on Telegram: https://t.me/EmotionsinHarmony Do you want to be our sponsor? Email us at info@emotionsinharmony.org
11:35 6/11/22
Maintaining Good Mental Health as an Athlete
Exercise and sports can be a great way to de-stress and can do wonders to our body, but what is the limit of practicing a sport, and what should we do when we or one of our kids is experiencing anxiety related to sports? Sports psychology is a discipline that concentrates on goal setting, the mental aspects of sports, and maximizing the athlete's optimal performance in general. Using techniques such as imagery and self-talk, spots psychologists help athletes improve not only their performance on the field but also their mental health. Although it may sound as if this specific psychological field helps professional athletes only, that could not be farther from the truth. Sports psychologists are there to help any individual that would wish to improve their body by using sports or regular exercise routines. From kids who like to play football to professional athletes, these professionals are ready to help you integrate your new hobby into your life with ease and in the healthiest way possible. In this episode, we are happy to bring Edward Darrah, a licensed professional counselor that has been working in this field since 2015, who will tell us more about what exactly is sports psychology and how it can influence sports success. He also will give us some insight on how to handle anxiety when it comes to sports and performance, and how can parents help their kids to maintain good mental health when they practice a sport. Edward Darrah is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Delaware, Pennsylvania, and Florida. Edward holds board certifications in counseling, School Counseling, and TeleMental Health. Edward founded the “Edward Darrah Counseling & Athlete Wellness” Consulting in 2015, where he provides mental health and sports performance services within the greater Philadelphia area. Since 2018, Edward has been a full-time staff member within Temple University Athletics, serving as the Director for Student-Athlete Mental Health. Edward is also listed on the USOPC Mental Health Registry. Edward co-authored The Metacognitive Student in April 2021. Additionally, Edward co-founded the healthcare startup Flourish Healthcare in 2020. Go to https://greminders.com/harmony to find out how you can start automating your schedule and claim your 10% discount!   What you’ll learn:   What is sports psychology? How does psychology influence sports success? What is the most important aspect when an athlete is going to compete? How should athletes handle anxiety?       Connect with Edward   Email him at edward@darrahcounseling.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/edwarddarrah https://twitter.com/edwardpdarrah https://www.facebook.com/darrahcounseling   Follow us. Subscribe to the Newsletter: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org/newsletter Visit our website and check out our services: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org Find us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/EmotionsinHarmony Meditate with me: https://insighttimer.com/carmenroman Join us on Telegram: https://t.me/EmotionsinHarmony Do you want to be our sponsor? Email us at info@emotionsinharmony.org    
39:58 5/21/22
Could you be Suffering From Trauma?
Could you be having trauma-related symptoms without knowing it? Viewed as an emotional response to a distressing experience, trauma can develop from many negative life experiences, and few people can go through life without experiencing trauma to a degree. And although trauma can, and will most likely develop after events like sexual abuse, military experiences, and physical violence, it is important to also note that some other situations that are socially seemed as mild or normal parts of life such as losing a loved one, experiencing a car accident (Fatal or not), or even divorces or the loss of a parent as a kid can also be a trigger for trauma. Today we'll be talking about what trauma is, and how some people suffer from symptoms and sequel effects of trauma without realizing it. Thus, without the proper treatment.   Go to https://greminders.com/harmony to find out how you can start automating your schedule and claim your 10% discount!   Subscribe to the Newsletter: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org/newsletter Visit our website and check out our services: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org Find us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/EmotionsinHarmony Meditate with me: https://insighttimer.com/carmenroman Join us on Telegram: https://t.me/EmotionsinHarmony Do you want to be our sponsor? Email us at info@emotionsinharmony.org
25:17 5/9/22
The Biggest Mistakes Parents can Make
The great dilemma that is experienced as a parent is that, when you want to educate your children, you realize that each one is different and, of course, they are not born with an operating manual. You must learn to guide your children as they grow, as each one has their own personality and needs, so each child requires a different approach. For this reason, being a parent is a profession that has no end, every day there is something to learn, something to change, and a lot of creativity and love to use. Despite this, there are some general good and bad things that parents can unconsciously apply to their daily life with their kids that can shape who they will be in life. Today, Dr. Carmen talks about the common mistakes that parents make while raising their kids, and how to correct them.   Go to https://greminders.com/harmony to find out how you can start automating your schedule and claim your 10% discount!   Subscribe to the Newsletter: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org/newsletter Visit our website and check out our services: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org Find us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/EmotionsinHarmony Meditate with me: https://insighttimer.com/carmenroman Join us on Telegram: https://t.me/EmotionsinHarmony Do you want to be our sponsor? Email us at info@emotionsinharmony.org
20:59 4/22/22
Traveling with Anxiety
Do you want or have to travel but are scared to do so due to your anxiety? Traveling is a beautiful experience, you get to know new places, cultures, people, and experience new food and even new weather, but when you have anxiety, traveling can be scarier than it needs to be. As with many other things, for someone with anxiety, having to travel for many hours to a new place can be challenging and instead of bringing a sense of curiosity about the new place, it brings feelings of fear of something bad happening. This, however, does not need to be like that forever; traveling even when you have anxiety can be made enjoyable, in today’s episode Dr. Carmen talks about what is it like to travel with Anxiety, and how we can minimize its symptoms and enjoy our trip. Subscribe to the Newsletter: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org/newsletter Visit our website and check out our services: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org Find us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/EmotionsinHarmony Meditate with me: https://insighttimer.com/carmenroman Join us on Telegram: https://t.me/EmotionsinHarmony Do you want to be our sponsor? Email us at info@emotionsinharmony.org
20:21 4/13/22
Living with OCD
Contrary to popular belief, OCD is not only about cleaning your house compulsively, it has many other manifestations that can be very challenging for the ones who suffer from this disorder. Today, we'll be talking about what living with OCD can be like, and how to alleviate the symptoms as much as possible.   Go to https://greminders.com/harmony to find out how you can start automating your schedule and claim your 10% discount!   Subscribe to the Newsletter: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org/newsletter Visit our website and check out our services: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org Find us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/EmotionsinHarmony Meditate with me: https://insighttimer.com/carmenroman Join us on Telegram: https://t.me/EmotionsinHarmony Do you want to be our sponsor? Email us at info@emotionsinharmony.org
15:11 4/4/22
Is my Therapy Working?
If you already started your therapy process, but are not yet feeling like it is doing its work, and you are not getting the results that you thought you could get, then this episode is especially for you. How can you know if your therapy is working? There are many signals that you should be experimenting in your daily life that can tell you if your therapy process is doing exactly what it should for you. However, sometimes the progress and achievements that you will get from therapy are something that comes with a little bit of time and a lot of patience. Although it is commonly believed that talk therapy will give you a magical life change, this magic will not come if you do not put in the work and effort needed. In today's episode, Dr. Carmen will go over the basic signs to identify if your therapy process is on the right track, and will also talk about some small recommendations to get the most out of your therapy sessions, so your emotional growth can come a bit faster and easier.   Go to https://greminders.com/harmony to find out how you can start automating your schedule and claim your 10% discount!   Subscribe to the Newsletter: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org/newsletter Visit our website and check out our services: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org Find us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/EmotionsinHarmony Meditate with me: https://insighttimer.com/carmenroman Join us on Telegram: https://t.me/EmotionsinHarmony Do you want to be our sponsor? Email us at info@emotionsinharmony.org
18:56 3/28/22
Reflections After Two Years of Pandemic
After two years of constantly being at home, and learning to do things differently, people all over the world have started to change their perspectives on life and work. This pandemic has taught us that we as a society can be so much better when we cooperate together and take care of each other.  After exactly two years of the first week of confinement, Dr. Carmen and her husband, Vince, talk about their reflections about the pandemic time and what they learned from this huge situation that shook the world. Go to https://greminders.com/harmony to find out how you can start automating your schedule and claim your 10% discount!   Resources: https://emotionsinharmony.libsyn.com/home-shelter-week-15-the-positive-side-of-staying-home  https://emotionsinharmony.libsyn.com/home-shelter-week-3-being-grateful https://emotionsinharmony.libsyn.com/home-shelter-week-1-hopes-and-fears    Subscribe to the Newsletter: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org/newsletter Visit our website and check out our services: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org Find us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/EmotionsinHarmony Meditate with me: https://insighttimer.com/carmenroman Join us on Telegram: https://t.me/EmotionsinHarmony Do you want to be our sponsor? Email us at info@emotionsinharmony.org
28:42 3/18/22
Will my Anxiety Ever go Away?
If you suffer from any anxiety disorder, I'm sure at some point you must have asked yourself, "Will this feeling ever go away completely?" How long can anxiety last? And will it ever go away completely? According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, anxiety disorders are the most common mental health problem in the U.S., and it affects up to 40 million people over the age of 18. This means that 18% of the population suffers from anxiety every year. And although these disorders are highly treatable, only 36% of those suffering from anxiety receive the treatment they need. This makes the issue persist for long months or even years, getting worse over time. Today we will be talking about what makes anxiety stick around and what you can do to make the worse symptoms of anxiety leave your life completely. Go to https://greminders.com/harmony to find out how you can start automating your schedule and claim your 10% discount!   Resources: Are you afraid of going to therapy? https://emotionsinharmony.org/2022/03/04/are-you-afraid-of-going-to-therapy/ Identify your Anxiety https://emotionsinharmony.org/2019/02/08/identify-your-anxiety/   Subscribe to the Newsletter: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org/newsletter Visit our website and check out our services: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org Find us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/EmotionsinHarmony Meditate with me: https://insighttimer.com/carmenroman Join us on Telegram: https://t.me/EmotionsinHarmony Do you want to be our sponsor? Email us at info@emotionsinharmony.org
20:13 3/11/22
Are You Afraid of Going to Therapy?
Have you been contemplating going to therapy, but still feel scared to schedule an appointment, or have no idea how therapy can help you to improve your life? Many clients report being afraid of starting their therapy process due to certain misconceptions about therapy that they have heard during their lives.  Therapy and counseling can change a person's life in wonderful ways, but many people are afraid of starting their process as there are a lot of stigmas surrounding it. Today, Dr. Carmen will be talking about some common fears people have before starting therapy, and why all of these common misconceptions and ideas that people have about therapy will most likely never come true. Plus, she will give us some easy steps to follow that could be helpful for you to sum up the courage to schedule your first therapy appointment. Go to https://greminders.com/harmony to find out how you can start automating your schedule and claim your 10% discount!   Resources https://emotionsinharmony.libsyn.com/when-is-the-right-time-to-go-to-couples-therapy   Subscribe to the Newsletter: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org/newsletter Visit our website and check out our services: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org Find us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/EmotionsinHarmony Meditate with me: https://insighttimer.com/carmenroman Join us on Telegram: https://t.me/EmotionsinHarmony Do you want to be our sponsor? Email us at info@emotionsinharmony.org
22:22 3/4/22
Spotting Burnout
Have you been feeling unmotivated, without energy, or unhappy with your work or personal goals? These symptoms, although commonly linked to laziness or neglect of responsibilities, could actually mean that you are heading to burnout.  This syndrome can manifest after excessive and prolonged stressful situations, and it can make you feel drained (Both emotionally and physically) and unable to cope with the constant demands of life. And although it is believed to be experienced only by people that work in a high-achieving environment, anyone that is going through a highly stressful situation for a long period can develop symptoms of burnout. This means that mothers, fathers, or even adolescents can suffer from this syndrome without having to go over hours of what is socially accepted as "professional work". Even though many situations in life will inevitably bring stress, there are some ways in which we can avoid ending up with a bad case of burnout or some other illness caused by being heavily stressed. In this episode, Dr. Carmen talks about what is burnout syndrome, what are its symptoms and how can we avoid it or recover from it. Go to https://www.greminders.com/harmony to find out how you can start automating your schedule and claim your 10% discount! Subscribe to the newsletter: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org/newsletter Visit our website and check out our services: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org Find us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/EmotionsinHarmony Meditate with me: https://insighttimer.com/carmenroman Join us on Telegram: https://t.me/EmotionsinHarmony Do you want to be our sponsor? Email us at info@emotionsinharmony.org
20:33 2/25/22
Did I Close the Garage Door? Memory Loss that Could be Prevented
Go to www.greminders.com/harmony to find out how you can start automating your schedule and claim your 10% discount! Have you ever asked yourself "Did I close the garage door after leaving my house?", or "Did I turn the stove off?"  If you are recurrently forgetting parts of your day and have to check multiple times if you did a specific thing, then you may be suffering from short-term memory loss caused by anxiety, trauma, or depression. According to the Anxiety & Depression Association of America, anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the U.S., and it is affecting around 40 million adults (around 18.8% of the population) every year, while major depressive disorders affect around 16.1 million of Americans per year. Although anxiety, trauma, and depression seem to be very common disorders, many of their symptoms are ignored and swiped under the rug, trying to make them appear as something normal.One of these symptoms can be short-term memory loss. Anxiety can directly impact your working and short-term memory, making you forget information that you have received during the day or even small little actions that you could have done some hours ago. In this episode, Dr. Carmen talks about how trauma, anxiety, and depression can alter your life beyond the feelings of sadness or worry, making you forget important information for your daily functioning, and will share with us some recommendations on how to improve this issue.   Resources Laura's episode about trauma:  https://emotionsinharmony.org/2017/10/12/recovering-from-deep-emotional-trauma-an-interview-with-laura-reagan-lcsw-c/ Subscribe to the Newsletter: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org/newsletter 💻 Visit our website and check out our services: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org 📱 Find us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/EmotionsinHarmony 🧘🏽‍♀️ Meditate with me: https://insighttimer.com/carmenroman 📲 Join us on Telegram: https://t.me/EmotionsinHarmony 🔵 Do you want to be our sponsor? Email us to info@emotionsinharmony.org 🔵
15:58 2/18/22
How to Have a Thriving Relationship
Go to www.greminders.com/harmony to find out how you can start automating your schedule and claim your 10% discount! What is the factor that makes a couple have a thriving relationship? Relationships are like little growing plants, we need to water them every day, treat them carefully, and keep a close eye on what works and what doesn't. One of the things that will always help a relationship to thrive is trust, the ability to trust each other and to have the liberty of being able to communicate openly in your relationship is key to solving any difficulty that may arise. The better the communication in your relationship, the more it will thrive. However, being communicative is not the only big key for a relationship to work. Being a good listener, and understanding your partner's needs is just as important as being communicative and trustworthy in a relationship. In this episode, Dr. Carmen talks about the different factors that make a relationship a long-lasting one, and how you can practice those good habits with your partner to start your journey to a healthy, thriving relationship.   How I manifested the relationship of my dreams: https://emotionsinharmony.org/2021/03/20/how-i-manifested-the-relationship-of-my-dreams-2/    📨 Subscribe to the Newsletter: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org/newsletter 💻 Visit our website and check out our services: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org 📱 Find us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/EmotionsinHarmony 🧘🏽‍♀️ Meditate with me: https://insighttimer.com/carmenroman 📲 Join us on Telegram: https://t.me/EmotionsinHarmony 🔵 Do you want to be our sponsor? Email us to info@emotionsinharmony.org 🔵
18:45 2/11/22
When is the right time to go to couples therapy?
Going to couples therapy can sound scary and even dramatic or over the top for some couples, but the reality is that seeking help from a professional when experiencing a bump in the relationship - even when it might seem like a small one - is a healthy and responsible way of coping with the situation. When undergoing therapy as a couple, the therapist will focus on the couple's needs as a team, helping them to develop better conversational and problem-solving skills, this helps them to better understand what troubles each other, and to create a solution or plan to alleviate the situation, thus helping them to reach their goals as a couple. A common misconception about couple therapy is believing that this treatment only applies to married couples and that you only need to seek therapy when the relationship is falling apart. Couples therapy can be perfectly fitting for any stage of a relationship, and it's not a must to have a problem to start the process, this type of treatment can also help with planning for the overall future as a couple. In this episode, Dr. Carmen talks about when is the right time to go to couples therapy, how long the treatment should last and how to choose the right therapist for you. Join us in this insightful episode!   Resources:   Negotiate anything with Kwame Christian https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k384LXkFd8c      Learn simple steps to manage your anxiety! https://academy.emotionsinharmony.org/courses/simple-steeps-for-managing-anxiety   Are you ready to enhance your overall life? Learn how to Negotiate Anything with Kwame Christian and upscale your life! https://emotionsinharmony.org/negotiate/ Enroll today and claim a 10% discount and a free 30 minutes psychoeducational session with me!   📨 Subscribe to the Newsletter: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org/newsletter 💻 Visit our website and check out our services: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org 📱 Find us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/EmotionsinHarmony 🧘🏽‍♀️ Meditate with me: https://insighttimer.com/carmenroman 📲 Join us on Telegram: https://t.me/EmotionsinHarmony 🔵 Do you want to be our sponsor? Email us to info@emotionsinharmony.org 🔵
26:05 12/11/21
Money‌ ‌and‌ ‌its‌ ‌Relationship‌ ‌With‌ ‌Emotions.‌
Although it may seem otherwise, our relationship with money is more emotional than we would like to accept. Just like how we are emotionally attached to different objects that we own, our relationship with money will most likely always have some level of emotional attachment, and it depends on us whether those emotions related to our money are positive or negative. Having a good relationship with money is just as important as having a good relationship with any loved person in our lives. However, when talking about money, most people will recoil from the topic or have some bad comment about it. Those bad thoughts or comments related to money may come from the beliefs formed around childhood, that tell us "money is bad", "money turns people bad", or even "Money is just not for us". Money beliefs created during our childhood will most likely accompany us until early adulthood, and it can be difficult to remove them from our minds, especially if those beliefs were reinforced by seeing or having difficulties related to money while growing up, making us link money with only bad emotions and thus, making us take bad financial decisions; which will in time create emotional distress in our life. However, it is not impossible to remove those beliefs from our lives and start our relationship with money afresh. In this episode, Dr. Carmen talks about how money beliefs affect our financial life, making us create a bad aura around money and maintain a scarcity state of mind. She will also share a few tips on how to change your relationship with money to a positive one, that will potentially help you get to a healthier emotional state of mind.   Learn Simple Steps to Manage your Anxiety! https://academy.emotionsinharmony.org/courses/simple-steeps-for-managing-anxiety     Are you ready to enhance your overall life? Learn how to Negotiate Anything! https://emotionsinharmony.org/negotiate/ Enroll today and claim a 10% discount and a free 30 minutes psychoeducation with me!   📨 Subscribe to the Newsletter: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org/newsletter 💻 Visit our website and check out our services: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org 📱 Find us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/EmotionsinHarmony 🧘🏽‍♀️ Meditate with me: https://insighttimer.com/carmenroman 📲 Join us on Telegram: https://t.me/EmotionsinHarmony 🔵 Do you want to be our sponsor? Email us to info@emotionsinharmony.org 🔵
24:54 11/13/21
Putting your Worries Aside Before Sleeping.
Do you lay in your bed unable to catch some sleep because you are still concentrating on all the stress of the day? Clearing your mind before going to sleep can be a difficult task, but one that is definitely necessary to get enough sleep during the night. This week we are again talking about sleep hygiene and how important it is to have a routine that helps your brain de-stress before going to bed. And of course, Dr. Carmen will guide us through a calming meditation that will help us get some precious sleep. Learn Simple Steps to Manage your Anxiety! https://academy.emotionsinharmony.org/courses/simple-steeps-for-managing-anxiety       Are you ready to enhance your overall life? Learn how to Negotiate Anything! https://emotionsinharmony.org/negotiate/ Enroll today and claim a 10% discount and a free 30 minutes psychoeducation with me!     📨 Subscribe to the Newsletter: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org/newsletter 💻 Visit our website and check out our services: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org 📱 Find us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/EmotionsinHarmony 🧘🏽‍♀️ Meditate with me: https://insighttimer.com/carmenroman 📲 Join us on Telegram: https://t.me/EmotionsinHarmony 🔵 Do you want to be our sponsor? Email us to info@emotionsinharmony.org 🔵
23:11 11/6/21
Learning to be Reliable
We usually hear the phrase "To gain someone's trust we need several actions, but to lose it with a single one is enough". Trust is a very valuable factor in any solid relationship, be it friendship, family, and/or romantic relationships. The being reliable can generate a good perspective in others, and they can add or see other attributes in you, such as being respectable, faithful, loyal, and honest. Being reliable is an important virtue in many aspects of life, not only in our relationships but also in our day-to-day lives, it happens without realizing it with people who do not even want to form a lasting relationship. An example of this is when we are going to make an important purchase and go to several stores, no matter how much better the price of the product is in a store, if the seller does not inspire trust and transparency while offering the product, you will not care paying more for the same product at another store just because that other seller gained your trust. Being reliable in the workplace also plays a fundamental role, from the owner of a company to the newest worker, since there is a chain of trust deposited in a bidirectional way, from top to bottom where bosses wait for the fulfillment of the tasks of its employees and where the workers, in turn, expect compensation for these tasks and responsibilities stored in them, either in terms of salary or on merits to promote positions. Having relationships of high trust increases our quality of life, knowing that there is a certain commitment to do as promised brings us peace of mind, which gives us the freedom to take care of other things that do deserve our attention. In this episode, Dr. Carmen talks about the importance of being reliable both in your personal and professional life, and how to gain the trust of others with reliability.   Learn Simple Steps to Manage your Anxiety!:   https://academy.emotionsinharmony.org/courses/simple-steeps-for-managing-anxiety       Are you ready to enhance your overall life? Learn how to Negotiate Anything! https://emotionsinharmony.org/negotiate/ Enroll today and claim a 10% discount and a free 30 minutes psychoeducation with me!     📨 Subscribe to the Newsletter: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org/newsletter 💻 Visit our website and check out our services: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org 📱 Find us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/EmotionsinHarmony 🧘🏽‍♀️ Meditate with me: https://insighttimer.com/carmenroman 📲 Join us on Telegram: https://t.me/EmotionsinHarmony 🔵 Do you want to be our sponsor? Email us to info@emotionsinharmony.org 🔵    
23:14 10/30/21
Find an easy way to sleep
Have you ever had to force yourself to sleep at night? Did that difficult conversation with your partner at bedtime leave you sleepless? Do you know how to use naps, food, caffeine intake, and even a spiritual practice to help you sleep better? In this episode, Dr. Carmen talks about the best way to create a good sleep schedule and how to maintain it. Learn Simple Steps to Manage your Anxiety!: https://academy.emotionsinharmony.org/courses/simple-steeps-for-managing-anxiety     Are you ready to enhance your overall life? Learn how to Negotiate Anything! https://emotionsinharmony.org/negotiate/ Enroll today and claim a 10% discount and a free 30 minutes psychoeducation with me!   📨 Subscribe to the Newsletter: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org/newsletter 💻 Visit our website and check out our services: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org 📱 Find us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/EmotionsinHarmony 🧘🏽‍♀️ Meditate with me: https://insighttimer.com/carmenroman 📲 Join us on Telegram: https://t.me/EmotionsinHarmony 🔵 Do you want to be our sponsor? Email us to info@emotionsinharmony.org 🔵
21:01 10/23/21
Bring out Your Best Creative Self!
Every day we are presented with various situations to which we must look for different ways to deal with them. Day after day we see new products come onto the market, thousands of digital applications and innovative things that we probably didn't even imagine could be sold, with which we are increasingly being required as a society to do new things to stand out from the crowd, but a problem that we all experience at any time and aspect of our life is the frustration of being able to create, imagine or be inspired by something to be able to materialize all the talent we have in a specific job or project. Many industries are automated and more and more human resources are less required, so the few vacancies are more fought among the most qualified people for that work. However, there is a very important factor that has not yet been able to be represented by a machine, and that is the virtue of creativity. If we are talking about a design, marketing, or similar job profile, the applicant's adaptive creativity is one of the most important things when choosing the position. If we talk about other professional careers, perhaps it is not the most relevant, but the inventiveness to solve situations using their creativity is well taken into account. But creativity is not only used in the work area, but it is also applied in any aspect of our life, and it is very useful for us to solve situations in different ways, and even with small things that can make a difference, an example of this is when a mother looks for ways to prepare the most provocative food when her son does not like vegetables or when a person surprises his partner with some different detail. Creativity is our friend, so it is essential that we work on it and develop it. Join Dr. Carmen in this episode to boost your creativity with these 10 habits that you can implement in your life to stay inspired and find your muse.   Learn Simple Steps to Manage your Anxiety!: https://academy.emotionsinharmony.org/courses/simple-steeps-for-managing-anxiety     Are you ready to enhance your overall life? Learn how to Negotiate Anything! https://emotionsinharmony.org/negotiate/ Enroll today and claim a 10% discount and a free 30 minutes psychoeducation with me!   📨 Subscribe to the Newsletter: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org/newsletter 💻 Visit our website and check out our services: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org 📱 Find us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/EmotionsinHarmony 🧘🏽‍♀️ Meditate with me: https://insighttimer.com/carmenroman 📲 Join us on Telegram: https://t.me/EmotionsinHarmony 🔵 Do you want to be our sponsor? Email us to info@emotionsinharmony.org 🔵
27:46 10/2/21
Laughter as a Healing Method
How important can a laugh be? There are many factors that we must take into consideration when taking care of our mental and emotional health, such as following a balanced diet, having a morning routine, physical activity, etc. However, occasionally, we talk about an important natural factor that can help us regulate our mood, and that is our laughter. Surely you have already heard of "Laughter therapy". To back up this therapy, there have been several studies done, and it has been determined that laughter is a healing gift for human beings, this is why we also encounter many programs where a group of people goes to hospitals dressed as clowns or movie characters to make children smile and lift their spirits. Usually, we all know a person with a different vibe that is always laughing, transmits their joy to everyone around them and that just their presence lifts everyone's mood. Now, I want you to think of that person whom you know and try to count the times this person has been sick this you've met them... this person probably tends to get less sick than the rest, and this is due to what is called the mind-body connection. Laughter also has its chemical reactions in our brain which help the organs of the body such as the heart, to strengthen the immune system and other benefits on an emotional level such as pain management and stress reduction. It may sound a bit illogical, but during difficult moments in our lives, something as simple as laughing can be very helpful and the spark that ignites the attitude to stop thinking about the problem and focus on the solutions. If you have a hard time smiling and laughing, then don't wait any longer, go listen to this fabulous episode!     Learn Simple Steps to Manage your Anxiety!: https://academy.emotionsinharmony.org/courses/simple-steeps-for-managing-anxiety     Are you ready to enhance your overall life? Learn how to Negotiate Anything! https://emotionsinharmony.org/negotiate/ Enroll today and claim a 10% discount and a free 30 minutes psychoeducation with me!   📨 Subscribe to the Newsletter: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org/newsletter 💻 Visit our website and check out our services: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org 📱 Find us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/EmotionsinHarmony 🧘🏽‍♀️ Meditate with me: https://insighttimer.com/carmenroman 📲 Join us on Telegram: https://t.me/EmotionsinHarmony 🔵 Do you want to be our sponsor? Email us to info@emotionsinharmony.org 🔵
23:02 9/17/21
How to Overcome Difficulties
Life has many ups and downs, and we all have to go through them. Difficult situations are one of those things that sometimes we can't avoid, a situation in which we feel that we have lost our way, and we have a perception in which we believe that we are "victims of the circumstances ”. These events can be as inevitable as the loss of a loved one or a pet, difficult financial times, a love breakup, and even the loss of a job or the disapproval of a school subject. When we go through these situations, it is normal to want to throw everything down the drain and think things like “I have come this far, but I can't take it anymore”, to have feelings of sadness and frustration mixed with the stress that they can generate and can even paralyze us, minimizing our capacity for action. However, at these times is when it is essential to apply all our resilience and put into practice all the tools that we have acquired up to that moment to face these difficulties. While it is true that when we go through these hard situations we think that life is against us and that there is nothing left to do, we have to remember that life is about living experiences and learning from them, showing what we're made of and keep pushing forward as many times as necessary. In these cases, instead of victimizing ourselves, we should encourage ourselves with the conviction that we are going to overcome the inconveniences that arise, it is always good to bring to mind positive thoughts such as “if this situation comes to my life, it is because I can handle it.”, that way we can minimize the problem and increase optimism, until finally when the storm is gone we realize that we are stronger and better than before, everything happens for a reason, and we must learn from it.   Learn Simple Steps to Manage your Anxiety!: https://academy.emotionsinharmony.org/courses/simple-steeps-for-managing-anxiety     Are you ready to enhance your overall life? Learn how to Negotiate Anything! https://emotionsinharmony.org/negotiate/ Enroll today and claim a 10% discount and a free 30 minutes psychoeducation with me!   📨 Subscribe to the Newsletter: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org/newsletter 💻 Visit our website and check out our services: https://www.emotionsinharmony.org 📱 Find us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/EmotionsinHarmony 🧘🏽‍♀️ Meditate with me: https://insighttimer.com/carmenroman 📲 Join us on Telegram: https://t.me/EmotionsinHarmony 🔵 Do you want to be our sponsor? Email us to info@emotionsinharmony.org 🔵
19:48 8/28/21

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