February is Heart Health month and usually the focus is on cardiovascular exercise and eating heart health foods. But how healthy is your emotional heart?
Our guest blogger, Kimberly Giles, is the founder and president of claritypointcoaching.com. She is also the author of the new book “Choosing Clarity: The Path to Fearlessness” and a popular coach and speaker.
Kim explains six steps to having an emotionally healthy heart, one that sees the world with love and compassion.
I have trouble with my emotions getting out of control. I can get angry and blow up at people. I also get offended sometimes and hold onto it for weeks. I am a good person, and I care deeply about my family and friends, but I admit that sometimes I don’t really care about other people. I’ve been told I have a hard heart, and it hurts to hear that because I don’t mean to. I think I inherited these tendencies from my dad and they are deeply ingrained. Is there a way to change them? Read More→