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  • Do you often struggle managing your mental health? Are you out of tune with your emotions today? You're not alone. Psychotherapist and author, James Hawes has worked with thousands of adults, teenagers, couples and professionals who struggle with their emotional well-being and mental health. At the emotional gym, he wants to reduce the stigma of emotional health and build a parity with physical fitness. To give you frictionless access to a gym environment where connection and self-discovery are valued to empower you to develop better emotional and mental health. Join James every week to work on your emotional fitness and mental health at the Emotional Gym.

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    • Mar 9 2022

      Have you ever been told to stop upsetting others? Messages like: ‘Don’t upset your mother, your father, your siblings or your friends?’ But what does ‘upsetting’ mean? The set-up for ‘don’t upset others’ often starts in childhood. I want to discuss why this phrase and position is an emotional trap! The trap of ‘don’t upset others’ teaches you to be secretive, to live inside your head, to not communicate, to be quiet and to feel that you have to walk on eggshells. So how do you stop being set- up? I’ve got 5 starter tips to think about and 3 exercises to help you stop being setup by this emotional trap.  

      In this episode you’ll learn:

      • Why the phrase “don’t upset others” is an emotional trap
      • 5 starter tips to stop being set-up by this message
      • Two exercises to help you avoid this emotional trap


      RESOURCES & LINKS:

      Download our guide “3 Proven Steps to Control Anger"

      Free Guide →https://www.emotional-gym.com/3steps


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      7 min
    • Mar 3 2022

      Fear and anxiety are normal healthy emotions. Yet many of us have been told to override our fear, to be strong, tough and to show no fear. Likewise, anxiety has become toxic with no redeeming features. Today we are going to explore why it is essential to be in tune with fear and anxiety to build emotional fitness. I share two exercises to help you tone up your fear and anxiety muscle.   

      In this episode you’ll learn:


      • The difference between fear and anxiety
      • How to practice getting back in tune with fear and anxiety
      • Two exercises to tone up your fear and anxiety muscle


      RESOURCES & LINKS:

      Download our guide “3 Proven Steps to Control Anger"

      Free Guide →https://www.emotional-gym.com/3steps


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      9 min
    • Feb 23 2022

      Join Andy Keefe and myself for a fascinating discussion about the importance of keeping emotions in motion. Andy describes how he successfully combines his work as a psychotherapist and a personal trainer. He works effectively with clients by using his therapeutic skills, EMDR, physical exercise, core strengthening and boxercise.

       

      Exercise is crucial for emotional fitness, lifting and changing mood, moving depression and releasing blocked emotion. Andy discusses how the body holds trauma and emotion and when we trust the intelligence of the body, it knows how to release it through motion.

       

      Andy talks in depth about the interconnection of body and emotions which we are often unconsciously aware of the affect. Every sensory experience the body has had will translate into the sensory motor system, recording it and communicating this data to the muscles and joints. Learning to listen and pay attention to intelligence of the body is crucial in developing emotional fitness.

       

      Andy leaves us with three key exercises to help us tune into the body and keep emotions in motion.

      • Complete cardio and complex movement work
      • Work on strengthening your Core – building strength lift moods
      • Exercise outside


      RESOURCES & LINKS:

      Download our guide “3 Proven Steps to Control Anger"

      Free Guide →https://www.emotional-gym.com/3steps


      Andrew Keefe - East London and City Psychotherapist - https://www.eastlondonandcitypsychotherapist.com/


      Wanstead Flats Fitness - https://www.wansteadflatsfitness.com/home



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      27 min

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