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Let's Talk About The F-Word... (Feelings)

Author: Tracy Henderson Counseling

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Welcome to the podcast about feelings, emotions, and life experiences. We will talk and share ideas, demystify stigma's, expand thoughts on feelings, and provide some suggestions about the emotions and behaviors that we bring into life and relationships!
7 Episodes
What is feeling neutral? Is it a state where you feel nothing? Is it playing devil’s advocate? Is it a position you take when you’re not sure socially how to express yourself? Today I want to talk about feeling neutral as a strategy to enable behavior change.
How often do you say to yourself or hear from others “I feel bored?” Today we want to talk about that common experience many of us encounter.
You might ask yourself, is “kind” or “being kind” a feeling or an emotion? Isn’t it a noun or a verb? Being “kind to yourself” is fundamental to our health and well-being. If we are not comfortable, compassionate, gentle, and forgiving with our self then it can be difficult to express that towards others. Which is why I’m compelled to advocate for all of us to cultivate a comfort, a habit, a routine of being kind to ourselves.
How often do you feel frustrated? Are you a switch or a dial? Do you become overwhelmed when you experience frustration or do you find yourself embracing frustration knowing that you can overcome it? Want a couple strategies to consider for next time you become frustrated? Take 5 minutes to check-in and talk about the F-word with us today!  
For men, the transition to becoming a father can be an overwhelming experience. The tidal wave of emotions can get the best of them. For many couples there are a number of conversations to have around becoming parents. One conversation that can go unspoken between a couple involves expectations.
Divorce can be a very unsettling experience. Today's episode provides a perspective from a single dad around his experience.
Couples are challenged everyday to create a culture of being intentional and present in their relationship. Often, one partner or both become frustrated to the point they ask "Do you want to be here?"
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