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BRISTOL, ENGLAND, October 14, 2020 /24-7PressRelease/ -- We all have ups and downs in life, and we can't merely 'get over' our emotions, but we can work on them on a daily basis and learn to take control of them.
In this new book by experienced coach and trainer Clare Davis, there are 26 straight-forward ways to increase positive emotions and improve emotional fitness are discussed.
This easy to follow and down-to-earth book contains plenty of practical activities to help put theory into practice.
"If we don't learn to understand and control our emotions, our mental health and even our life is at risk. Poor mental health can become a downward spiral that affects our relationships, our performance at work, and our physical health if we don't do something about it. This is why we need to use preventative measures."
Clare developed this book after starting a YouTube channel and podcast called Mental Health Chats with Australian based Peter Dundon.
"What I have been most amazed about are the comments and messages I have received from people telling me that they've never thought of emotional fitness and using preventative measures before. People started sharing their stories - stories of depression and anxiety, even suicidal thoughts. When I asked them whether they'd ever had advice about preventative measures, most of them said they were told to 'get over it'. But we can't just 'get over' our emotions. We need to work on them on a daily basis and take responsibility for them. This is where preventative measures and emotional fitness are key."
This book is written as an 'easy to read and use' book, to help the reader focus and complete the activities.
Media contact: Andrea Sexton [email protected] +44 7887997922
About the Author:
Clare Davis has been a coach, trainer, and facilitator for over 20 years, helping support staff, sales teams, middle managers and leaders in their roles. She has written and delivered courses on subjects from mental health in the workplace to how to manage effectively.
Clare is often told she is pragmatic, helping her clients understand how to bring her theory into their lives. Her real passion is to help teams build relationships and have a positive outlook, looking after each other to enhance a culture of wellbeing.
As a qualified Mental Health First Aid (Adult) instructor through MHFA England and Nuco Training, Clare's ambition is to bring preventative measures into people's lives to enhance their emotional fitness, addressing mental health concerns before they escalate and get out of control.
Clare also runs charity events to support Brain Tumour Support and JDRF, two charities that are close to her heart.
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