Experience the Therapeutic Benefits of Emotional Self-Care
Emotionfull is a collection of tips, reminders, and advice from a mental illness and low self-esteem survivor who has learned beneficial techniques that focus on valuing her own feelings and listening to her inner needs.
Value your feelings. We can get overwhelmed by our own emotions. Though there's nothing wrong with what we're feeling, we all struggle with how best to face stress, anxiety, sadness, and even excitement sometimes. Emotionfull helps us process difficult emotions, one by one, and allows us the space to focus on them in a way that's healthy. Author Lauren Woods, creator of The Positive Page platform, has struggled with mental health and low self-esteem herself, so she comes to readers with experience and kindness in overcoming some of the daily challenges these struggles bring.
Listen to your needs. Once we accept and process our emotions, we are better able to understand what our inner needs are. All aspects of our health deserve time and attention, but more often than not, we put more emphasis on physical health. This book is a reminder to look inside and make sure we're addressing how we feel, not just how we look. It's a tangible reminder and guide for taking care of your mental health. Full of tips, advice, and self-care ideas, it shows us how to improve self-esteem and prioritize our emotional health.
Open up Emotionfull and learn more about:
• Methods for working through overwhelming feelings
• Stress-free ways to have difficult conversations about mental health
• Self-care tips focused on emotional needs
• How to recognize self-worth and build confidence
If you were helped by books like You Can Do All Things, It's OK to Feel Deeply, or Start Where You Are, then you'll want to experience the therapeutic benefits of Emotionfull .
About the Author:
Lauren Woods is the creator of The Positive Page platform that provides encouragement and resources for those struggling with mental illness, loneliness, eating disorders, and low self-esteem. She advocates for mental health by speaking about her own struggles with OCD and health anxiety on Instagram. Lauren studied film, photography and media studies at College in West Sussex, UK, where she is still based.