Fairfax, VA, October 12, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- There are many thoughts and beliefs about why we lose control emotionally. However a newly released book endeavors to provide tools to help circumvent the collateral damage caused by unresolved emotional issues in relationships. Whether that loss of control plays itself out in emotional eating, drinking, fighting or crying, these tools are highly effective for individuals looking to gain self control. The book is rich with practical tools that go beyond self discipline and simply kicking the habit. It provides concrete solutions and personal insight into our emotional makeup and step by step recommendations. “Emotions is another word for our feelings and when we are in relationships where our hurt feelings are not given a voice or validation, this pent up energy finds its own outlet be in through eating, drinking, sex, control, etc, whatever administers the hurt feelings some anesthesia,” says Alice Wiafe, author of "Living as an Emotional Millionaire." “No matter how strong we think we are, male or female, unresolved emotional issues will continue to cause us more and more discomfort until we learn to communicate our pain and find some sort of solution.
Readers of this book will come to understand why we engage in self sabotaging behaviors and how we can learn to safely navigate through painful relationships and unresolved emotional issues. “Living as an Emotional Millionaire" is banking on people getting honest in their relationships; past and present in order to do the emotional work required to free themselves from emotional bondage.
The organization Emotional Millionaire Series Inc. is an educator and promoter of Problem Solving and Emotional wellness. In addition to the book, they present national workshops to showcase and demonstrate how these tools work in real life. Idea l candidates for the book and the workshops include individuals who struggle with drug and alcohol abuse, addictions such as food, gambling, sex etc, parents of difficult teens, individuals who struggle with anxiety, depression and other mood disorders, and those who struggle with meaning and purpose in their careers.