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Today we are digging into how we can better understand our emotions, improve our mood, and gain control of our thoughts! We have the perfect person to guide us in this conversation, my friend and incredibly accomplished therapist, Elisheva Liss.

Elishiva shares with us about why she was originally drawn to the mental health field and what she has found in her years of research and countless hours spent counseling individuals and couples. She breaks down for us the process of narrative therapy and how we can rewire the way we think and view our ever changing emotions.

She shares with us about the “triangle of relationships”, why we should never “gloss over” our emotions, and why there are times that we do NOT need to have “positive” thoughts (instead opt in for “healthy” ones). She also shares with us a few techniques that we can start using today (like the “but” technique!) that will help us to better frame our thoughts and ultimately improve our mood.

We end the conversation with a powerful dialogue about relationships and how we can use this information to deepen our connection with not only ourselves but with those we love. I know you are going to learn so much from this conversation with Elishiva. Please connect with us in our private Facebook group, Hope to Recharge, and let us know what you learned! As always, together is better!

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Topics Discussed:

  • Why our brains are like a television show and we can “tune in” to a different channel
  • The difference between positive thoughts and healthy thinking
  • How to break free from limiting beliefs

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