You are the ONLY one who gets to make the decisions about your emotional home – how you are generally feeling on a daily basis.

Have you ever noticed someone else’s emotional home? People can be GENERALLY content or worried or consistently blaming others for their problems or overwhelmed… You know those people.

How about YOU? What does your emotional home look like? Is it chaotic? Stressed? Anxious? Insecure?… Or maybe even optimistic, generous, grateful…?

I have lived in an emotional home of stress, depression, anxiety – that I BUILT! – but now my emotional home looks vastly differently (thank goodness!). It’s full of light, joy, hope, excitement… Not all the time, but MOST of the time. The contrast from my previous home to now is drastic.  It’s a super fun place to live!

Building an INTENTIONAL emotional home is the best thing you can do to weather any emotional storm.

In this episode, I show you how to build an emotional home of stability, strength, love… I’ll see you there! Xo, Janeen

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