Feeling stressed, powerless and exhausted can be signs that you may benefit from an Emotional Tune Up.
There are many physical, emotional or psychological symptoms that need your attention to avoid emotional break down, namely, inability to feel pleasure, challenging interpersonal relationship, anxiety and changing sleep patterns, addictive behaviors, experiencing aggression, apathy, hopelessness, etc.
Assessing your emotional wellbeing is up to you. You may benefit from seeking professional help. Make a counselling appointment and improve the quality of your life. I will be pleased assisting you.
An Emotional Tune-Up will help explore options and alternatives to achieve your personal goals and a healthier life.
Remember, you are not the only one who may need an emotional assessment. Call me for a consultation at 778 297 6066 or email me at email@example.com
• Your sleep patterns are changing: you sleep few hours, have insomnia, or are oversleeping.
• You find it difficult to concentrate and have trouble focusing, making decisions, or remembering things.
• You frequently feel hopeless or helpless, sad and alone.
• You frequently have negative thoughts.
• You feel anxious and have debilitating thoughts, panic attacks, and feel physically sick.
• You have increased aches and pains such as headaches, back pain, aching muscles, and stomach pain.
• You have lost your appetite or can’t stop eating.
• You feel much more irritable, short-tempered, agitated, restless or aggressive than usual.
• You have thoughts that life is not worth living (seek help immediately if this is the case).
• You are isolating and have lost interest in engaging in social activities, hobbies, pastimes, or sex.
• You’ve lost your ability to feel joy and pleasure. You feel depressed and anxious.
• Your work productivity has decreased. You notice you are using alcohol or drugs to cope with daily life.
• Your energy level is low. You feel fatigued, sluggish, and physically drained. You find it difficult to complete small tasks.
• You have difficulties with your interpersonal relationships: with your spouse, partner, children, and / or parents.
• You have strong feelings of worthlessness or guilt. You harshly criticize yourself.
• You are facing domestic violence in your home. This could be emotional, verbal, financial, physical, psychological abuse etc.