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Balancing underused and overused abilities

We all are evolving, it is a natural part of this process that things tend to get out of balance, sometime overcompensating for an ability that was suppressed in our life or  forgetting to be humble and considerate while over using some talent  but let’s not forget we all can make that conscious choice  to […]

Emotional Detoxification

Just like a detox for the physical body, it’s important  to clear out emotions that are stagnant and no longer serving us well. How can you can do it? 1. Catch the emotion. How do you know you are angry? You frown or raise your voice. What about when anxious? You get a dry mouth, […]

Children mirror your emotions…

Children tend to imitate the emotional backdrop  of the home environment. When a child is crying more frequently and uncontrollably, throwing temper tantrums, or older kids can’t relate  or no longer want to spend time together then as a parent, it’s crucial  to pause and  check your own emotional state. How you can do it? […]

What’s your emotional diet like?

We take care of our physical health but what about our mental health? In this video I explain why our mental health is ore important now than ever.

Mindfulness and science behind it

Lockdown de-stressing techniques by 8 years old

In these challenging times of Lockdown, children are struggling to cope with the change in their routine. Children like a structure and predictable routine and that’s how they feel safe but current situation even made adults to feel overwhelmed. This video is made to sooth those worries which children are facing due to Coronavirus outbreak, […]

3 tips to instantly lift your mood and lead a more positive life

At Emotional Fitness Guide we’re all about helping you feel amazing and live your best life. With all the negativity going on in the world at the moment, we created this video to help you build a more positive mindset and attract more positive energy into your life.

How to help a worried child

How to help a worried child.

6 Powerful exercises to be practice mindfulness in your daily life

Those of us who experience the value and the living presence of mindfulness in everyday life have no doubt that it is a path of wisdom, inner peace and personal development for human beings and that is necessary to cultivate it continuously, not only in formal moments but also in every opportunity that is presented […]

Emotional Fitness

An ability to identify and manage one’s own emotions first and then be able to understand other person’s emotions.

Emotional diet? Here are few tips I share with my teenage clients and fits apt for adult clients too Be conscious!

Emotional diet? Here are few tips I share with my teenage clients and fits apt for adult clients too🙂 Be conscious! Keep a check what you are watching, reading, texting and whom you are surrounded with! If information in any form is toxic then drop it straight away. How? What you are watching on TV/ [...]

Mind is to serve you

When we struggle with intense emotions, sadness, anxiety or even addiction (coffee to over consumption of alcohol) it’s the mind that overpowers you! It’s refusing to take your instruction! The mind becomes your master! Where as its purely meant to serve you! It’s a simple yet profound fact! Then question is how to work on […]

Worry

Worry is the strongest emotions we all humans goes through irrespective of age, gender or profession. This video is one of the series released by ‘EMOTIONAL FITNESS GUIDE’. to help -how to deal with habit of worrying.

Let’s start talking again…

Let’s start talking again… “We look before and after, And pine for what is not; Our sincerest laughter With some pain is fraught; Our sweetest songs are those that tell of saddest thought.” Percy Bysshe Shelley, “Ode to a Sky Lark” We, as a society, really have no idea how ‘suffocated’ people are in their […]

Mind the gap

Mind the gap- is about our ability to change knee jerk Reactions to sensible Response. This is one of the strategy which can be used by anyone irrespective of age, gender and profession. To learn more please visit

What if your child says, “I am ugly!”?

What if your child says, “I am ugly!”? I know as parent it is heart breaking and our quick reaction is to respond, “no you are not ugly! You are absolutely beautiful! “ What you can do as a parent? Empathy! Empathy and empathy. Our knee jerk reaction, “you are beautiful”, never reassures children, as […]