On December 10th, 2010 I wrote a blog about Allison Dubois and her devil like appearance on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. Her hair isn’t red just because of genetics people and that dimple of hers is probably from the stress of trying not to bitch slap everyone that annoys her! You can read that blog by clicking here and also watch the episode. Also continue to read the comments section to read a lovely section from a friend of Allison’s. Feel free to leave a comment of your own.
But before you go to read that…most recently I’ve been quoted in Entertainment Weekly about Camille Grammer being “emotionally unsatisfied”! Is being emotionally unsatisfied a Hollywood epidemic or a worldwide epidemic!
It’s not just Kat Von D and Camille Grammer who go nuts from losing themselves in relationships, but we’re talking about regular everyday housewives dammit!
People tend to blame being emotionally unsatisfied on other things, including their significant other. I believe you need to identify your most important emotional needs first, then learn how to express and request. Never assume another can figure it out or that it’s their job to know what these needs are.
When your mind is frazzled and stressed, and your emotions are taking over your thoughts and affecting your everyday activities, it’s time to take a step back, take a deep breath, and relax. Of course focusing on your physical health is crucial, but so is treating your mind and spirit to the same attention. Your happiness goes a long way in protecting your overall well-being.
Emotions are one aspect of a person’s health that often get neglected. But if your emotional health is suffering, your physical health will too.
Your emotional health is just a term for how you feel — your overall happiness and well-being. Are you stressed? Unhappy? Unsatisfied? Worried and anxious? Then your emotional health needs some serious attention, or your body will start paying the price and so will your life pathway – it will take a nosedive.
Happiness and Well-Being: How It Feels
Being emotionally healthy is a huge plus. People with good emotional health:
- Believe that there is a good balance to their life between leisure time, activity, and work
- Feel good about themselves, and don’t suffer from self-esteem issues
- Believe that there is a purpose to their lives
- Are able to accept changes better and just go with the flow
- Enjoy living, and know the value of fun and laughter
- Have less stress, and are better equipped to deal with stress
- Have better relationships with others
- Are contented with their lives
“Many of us, women especially, have the irrational belief that caring for ourselves or putting our own mental and emotional health first is selfish, women are reared to be caregivers and usually put themselves last.”
So what do we do about it, Camille are you listening?
Make a decision to do something nice for yourself every day and stick to it.
Other rituals might involve:
- Make time for laziness. You don’t have to be constantly on the go — that’s how you get run down. Spend a little time each day or each week doing something you enjoy that is completely frivolous.
- Spend some time in the sun.
- Deal with your emotions. Learn how to properly deal with stress, anger, and anxiety instead of keeping them bottled up inside.
- Be healthy inside. This means avoiding junk food and sticking to a healthy diet. You should also steer clear of smoking, drug use, and too much alcohol.
- Treat your senses. Do little things that make you happy and stimulate your senses, like lighting a scented candle, buying some fresh-cut flowers, indulging in a massage, or treating yourself to your favorite food or drink. This is what I call feeding your soul!
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