Josh Langley

It’s important we don’t shy away from feeling our uncomfortable feelings, whether it’s anger, sadness, jealousy, or disappointment or whatever. They’re part of us and when we stop avoiding them, we can understand what they’re trying to tell us.

• What am I feeling?

• What does it feel like in my body?

• What’s it saying?

And what can I do?

Even if it’s to sit there and allow the feeling to pass through.

It will pass, like everything does.

But if we push it away or supress the feeling, it’ll keep coming back.

And no-one wants that!

I make it easy to help you and your kids achieve through my books and the Discovering Emotions and Confidence Course.

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