5 Things We Get Wrong About Emotional Health

Did you know the missing piece in self-care is knowing what you need, not just doing what you enjoy?

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Inside the Episode

This week, we are excited to be sharing our first solo episode! (*cue the confetti* 🎉) Carly and Neal are talking all about common misconceptions about emotional health. The reality is that we are limited in our ability to live emotionally well in all areas of our lives if we believe these misconceptions. So in this episode, you’ll hear the top 5 things we get wrong about emotional health and we’re sharing some practical ways you can change your thinking around it. We hope this episode is a huge support to you on your journey to living emotionally well!

Key Takeaways

  • Changing your circumstances only contributes to 10% of your overall happiness. (Seriously!)
  • “Target the roots, not the weeds, of your negative thoughts.” In other words, we don’t want to play whack-a-mole with our negative thoughts anymore.
  • “If we only define self-care based on action, then it is based on what we want and not what we need to feel better.”
  • True emotional health is being able to navigate the high moments and the lows. It’s not just searching for more high moments.
  • “We cannot selectively numb emotions. When we numb the painful emotions, we also numb the positive emotions.” – Brené Brown, The Gifts of Imperfection
  • When we feel safe, we engage in play. When we don’t feel safe, instead of feeling safe to play, we end up playing it safe.

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