Introduction to Emotional Wellness

Hey Fellow Travelers,

In the course of our daily lives we are privileged to see the immense complexity of an amazing world, as well as the results of unresolved issues in the form of bad behavior, for lack of a better term, in people. What are we to make of this? What steps can we take to make life/relationships work better?

After 25 years as a counselor, Janice Berger has unveiled some startling observations about how we can improve our emotional lives – the drivers for drunkenness, drug abuse, gambling, bullying and a bunch of activities that make life less than what it could be. Want to improve your life and the world’s outcomes?
Take a look and take a journey. A journey of understanding, a journey requiring great courage, a journey to a better future.


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Introduction to Emotional Wellness

About TR Wise

How did a guy with an Agricultural Diploma from the University of Guelph get interested in Emotional Wellness writing? From living life, sort of. Did you ever get that feeling like something was wrong with your life, but you couldn’t quite put your finger on it? Or you have a glaring problem like depression, alcoholism, anger, anxiety, feeling worthless, bullying or victim mentality, feelings of shame or guilt. The good news is that you can overcome this!! It is an extensive study – Janice Berger’s book called Emotional Fitness, that is – but well worth the time. How much better would couples relate if they understood why they get annoyed ? How much better would socializing be if we took responsibility for our emotional wholeness? What if we understood the underpinnings of bullying and other forms of violence, and how to deal with those? Let’s journey together to create a societal language for these issues, and change the world. Please know that I care about you and want you to be able to optimize your ability to live effectively.

I plan to use the funds created by this project to pursue my heart felt interest in international development.

Kind Regards, Tim

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