We all know what it takes to maintain physical health, but do we manage our stress, invest in our relationships, and practice the habits most important to emotional health? When we are not emotionally healthy, our physical health suffers and it becomes more and more difficult to lose weight, sleep well, and manage other essential aspects of our daily lives.
This session will cover the many aspects of an emotionally healthy life and specific techniques to improve emotional health that anyone can employ.
Learn the roles eating well, sleeping enough, and exercising play in our physical health.
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Brooke Randolph is a counseling therapist and the mental health expert contributor at DietsInReview.com, a national diet and fitness column. She believes that emotional and physical health are intimately connected, integrating research into dietary interventions and neurotransmitter support into her work with clients and professional presentations.
Erin's Inside Job says
Absolutely agree. It took me a long time to learn this lesson and not until I reached bottom from my addiction and entered recovery. I blog about many of the same ideas and know how important it is to take care of yourself and learn how to be the best person you can be.
Brandi Koskie says
Hope to see you there, Erin!