E-Fit Sample - Preface

Building Emotional Muscle is training your brain to react in the manner you choose when dealing with any challenge presented.

I have always been able to look at things that are complicated and develop a process that help people get to where they want to go.

I have 15 years of experience working in health care services. I have learned, not in days or months, but in years that listening and hearing what you are saying is what makes the difference. E-Fit is my gentle guidance for you. But I know the final decision, no matter what is said or done, rests with you. I want you to say yes and follow the process, I want you to get excited because it’s not me who will be telling you that things are getting better, it’s you that will be telling yourself.

E Fit – Focused on you series.

Building Emotional Muscle

We are wondrous creatures. Think back at all you have experienced. Everything that you have done, felt, smelled, heard and touched. All the places you visited and the people that you have met. You live, you love, you hurt, you long, you suffer, you grieve, you’re happy, you’re sad - all of this is your world. The reality is that your entire world, your universe as you know it, weighs about three pounds. Your brain is so powerful that took the world’s most powerful supercomputers 40 minutes to mimic just one percent of one second’s worth of human brain activity. That is why it is so amazing that under so called normal circumstances, we can keep our thoughts positive and manage a normal and happy life.

Building emotional muscle is a very personal journey. That is because no one else has the same life experiences as you. I could tell you how I have dealt with it and maybe some of my experiences may help you. But I can assure you, that you and you alone, can make yourself become emotionally fit.

This is my third project in the Focused On You Series. I’ve written about communicating in difficult situations, bullying, and now Building Your Emotional Muscle. The C.R.I. (Clarity, Respect and Integrity) principles hold true throughout the series. I will provide you with concrete steps to follow as you begin your path to becoming emotionally fit.

Then why is it so hard to deal with loss? That answer is not so simple but, Therese A. Rondo, Ph.D., sums it up accurately in this statement:

Your grief is as personal and unique as your fingerprint; no one else will have the same bereavement experience as you and there is not one “correct” way to respond to loss.

That is because no one else has the same life experiences as you. I could tell you how I have dealt with it and maybe some of my experiences may help you. But I can assure you, that you and you alone, have the ability to make yourself become emotionally fit. The step you have taken by purchasing this guide is the right one.