Your brain plays a specific role in you overcoming stress. You’ll discover how using your brain can help you to recover faster from that stress. Once you know how your brain is impacting on what you're feeling and what you're thinking, then you're going to be able to use the same techniques and the same strategies for overcoming stress, anxiety and depression again and again.
Positive feelings don't cause our body to have stress. But negative thoughts do.
If you have frequent fears and relentless worries, these are also considered stress. Anxiety is simply the future tense of stress and we’ll explore how anxiety is felt right throughout the body, particularly by people who are sensitive to events and their environment.
Depression is not the same as sadness. "I'm so depressed," means different things to different people. But the Depression that I'm talking about in this course is an illness, and what depression feels like to the person, is like a big, black cloud that just hangs over you. And you want to be out of it, you want to be free of it and you don't know how to be.
If you are feeling this big black cloud – you feel as though life is no fun.
In this course I will help you describe the symptoms, feelings and remedies for stress, anxiety and depression. I will provide you with a clear understanding of what people who are suffering from these issues are going through and be able to recognise the symptoms in yourself. Our stress and anxiety can be managed through this exceptionally simple explanation of how our brain works with emotions and their physical impact on our body, so we don’t feel as though we are constantly under pressure.
Everything in life is about how you feel. Stress is the feeling of negative emotion in your body. The process of stress rising and falling in the body is biological—stress triggered by, but can be minimized by, your emotional brain.
The moment you feel fear or anger your brain interprets that something is wrong in your environment—there is danger or a threat to your being. “Watch out!”, it says. “Be on guard!” This is the fight or flight response in your body – the stress response.
When you are stressed, your body has a lot of adrenalin in it. The purpose of adrenalin is to keep you alert, to keep you awake, and to keep you on guard. I'll describe for you the symptoms of stress – what I call negative emotion – and the physical and psychological effects of stress.
In your journey of emotional awareness you may find your path blocked; the central impediment to change has been you. You will be overwhelmed by your character defects and low level of emotional ability. Take heart—this is the beginning of meaningful change.
I'm the only marriage coach in the world to promise you improved personal happiness, self-esteem and connection in your relationship within 30-days... or I'll work with you until you do. We'll develop a plan for your personal circumstances using brain science as well as psychology. Whatever your biggest problem is I can help you solve it! Join me and let's take it to the next level in my Fast Fix Marriage Formula!