The emotional resilient man
Being on the path of emotional resiliency for years now I have experienced how powerful emotional growth can be. As a Special Forces operator I was well developed on the physical and mental level, but had the emotional development of a 5 year old kid. I couldn’t even talk to my wife or connect to my children, afraid of what might come up. I was one of those kids who couldn’t control their anger and got myself into all kinds of problems. As adults we carry all this childhood trauma with us and often aren’t aware of how deeply influenced our current behavior is by these micro or macro trauma.
Our emotions can sabotage or strengthen our relationships and individual as well as team performance. Weather this team is your colleagues, friends or your family, being emotionally resilient can transform a lot of conflict to consensus. In particular with men, seeking ways of emotional development is key. This all starts with awareness. Second is learning to control your emotions. Resiliency is last and is formed by interacting with others. Can you still control your emotion, when challenged by life.
This program is especially useful for men experiencing grief or loss (death of a loved one, divorce), which keeps them trapped in shadow behavior (Anger, Jealousy, fear, etc..) sabotaging themselves and their teams.
- negative and sabotaging thoughts
- exploring past experience and in what way this influences current behavior
- exploring your default behavioral patterns (shadow to gift)
- projection of your emotion on others
- your repressive and agressive sides
- Cognitive Behavioral therapy
- Yoga/Qi Gong
- Gene Keys blueprint
- Buddy system
MtMhealth will help you assess what tools will benefit you.