Episode 3: A Conversation About Identifying, Managing, & Communicating Your Emotions with Julia Kristina, MA

Welcome to today’s episode of the Wright Conversations Podcast! For today’s episode, I am joined by Julia Kristina, therapeutic coach, counsellor, speaker, and researcher. We talk about identifying, managing, and communicating emotions. Julia also talks about the importance of the communication request, shared meaning in relationships, and and get Julia’s words of wisdom around emotions.

Let’s delve in!

In this Episode You’ll Learn:
[04:02] A bit about Julia.
[05:56] Identifying.
[11:30] Changing the language around “I feel like” statements.
[17:58] The complex side of identifying.
[23:10] Shared meaning in relationships.
[30:01] Managing emotions.
[31:46] Communicating emotions.
[37:10] The communication request.
[41:07] Julia’s words of wisdom.

“Emotional intelligence is the number one human skill we need, but we don’t learn it.” [07:36]
“Pay attention to what’s happening in your body and then imagine that experience as a colour.” [16:19]
“Managing our emotions is getting in charge of our thoughts.” [30:10]
“Stop before you speak. Take a moment, take a beat, take a breath, take a bath. Whatever it is you need to do.” [41:15]

Julia Bio
Julia is a registered clinical counsellor, speaker, researcher, and she is overall passionate about helping others balance their lives and work through issues surrounding anxiety, depression, self-doubt, communication, relationships, and more.

Connect with Julia
Website: https://juliakristina.com
LinkedIn: Julia Kristina
Facebook: Julia Counsellor
Twitter: @juliacounsellor
YouTube: Julia Kristina Counsellor

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Twitter: @thewrightrachel


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