All of us know the feeling of being overwhelmed by strong emotions—a racing heart, a knot in the stomach, maybe even nausea or weakness. What we often don’t consider in these moments is the physiology and psychology behind these feelings. Why do we respond to emotions in this way and, more importantly, how can we manage them better?
Key Takeaways from Liz:
• Learn more about the anatomy of emotions
• Hear how the brain processes a threat
• Learn how to respond to stress and overwhelm
• Find out what the three “W’s” of self-regulation are
All of this and more, on this episode of Calm, Cool and Connected.
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