Tips for being emotionally smarter


Tips For Being Emotionally Smarter

How many times have we felt dejected by our own emotions? How often do we let them come, beat us to the point of exhaustion, and do we not challenge them? In this new reality in which we live due to the pandemic, it becomes more relevant to question ourselves with reflective questions that lead us to analyze the origin of our emotions. In this short video, I leave you with a practical and effective way to do it. Whenever you find a feeling that is not helping you move forward, overcome or close chapters in your life, challenge it with questions that help you find evidence that confirms or not that emotion. I invite you to practice it and tell me the results you found.


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I am currently registered as a psychologist at the Colombian College of Psychologists (COLPSIC) and as a psychotherapist (qualifying) at the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario, Canada (CRPO). I coordinate the segment “Speaking with the community” in the program “Connections,” which is broadcast every Sunday from the radio station of the Western University of London.