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The case for emotional fitness | Nick Wignall

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Most of us struggle with our emotions because we try to run away from it or suppress our feelings to get temporary relief. We use coping strategies to escape but we do not realize its long-term effects on our mental and physical health. As Nick Wignall said, “To master your emotions you must be willing to live with them.” We have to accept that every emotion is valid by slowly taking control of how we feel using emotional fitness. Wignall shares how to commit to consistent habits and exercises that strengthen your mental and emotional health.

Source: https://nickwignall.com/the-case-for-emotional-fitness/

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