Adolescence is considered a time of emotional turbulence. This is due to certain areas of their brains that are still under construction. Part of the limbic system, the Amygdala is thought to connect sensory information to emotional responses. Its development, along with hormonal changes, may give rise to newly intense experiences of rage, fear, aggression and such. As a result of these changes teenagers can feel like they’re on an emotional roller coaster ride without knowing why.
This new course, written by Ken, aims at helping adolescents understand anger as a secondary emotion. Other emotions such as fear, frustration, anxiety, embarrassment and feelings of depression can be the primary emotion and without this understanding, and knowing how to vent these emotions in healthy ways, they can turn volatile.
1. Understanding Emotions
2. Transforming Volatile Thought Patterns
3. Venting Emotions Appropriately
4. Developing Self-Soothing Techniques
5. Repairing Damaged Emotions
6. Graduating With a Transformed Life.
This course (and resource) is scheduled to be launched sometime in 2016.
Lets not forget that the little emotions are the great captain of our lives and we obey them without realizing it.
-Vincent Van Gogh