From there, we will travel to Italy to visit Venice, hike the Cinque Terra, go to the Leaning Tower, see the greatest collection of art on the planet, stay in the Italian countryside and witness the glory of Rome with its ancient wonders, like the Colosseum and it's more recent additions of St Peter's and the Renaissance art that makes up the city's structure. In addition to the sights, we will soak up the experience of being in another country with its food, shopping and points of interest everywhere.
Why is Emotional Maturity So Important? To get you started on the right foot, Greg Gurel offers his insights on why emotional maturity is so central to wellness, and how it can be achieved. Gurel, When meeting and being vulnerable with someone new, students can experience emotional responses and assumptions about their classmates and themselves.
When these feelings come to the surface, the students are given the space to acknowledge where their emotions are coming from, decide whether they are useful or appropriate, and either work through them or let them go.
This ability to engage positively with your feelings is what emotional maturity is all about.
So in order to access my emotions, I need to be grounded in my body. Instead of suppressing or ignoring an emotional response, mindfulness involves taking a moment to centre ourselves in our bodies and think about the emotions we are experiencing and why. By staying open to our emotions from moment to moment, feeling them as they come, and letting them go, we become better equipped to handle even the strongest of emotions in healthy ways.
If I hang onto it, I could hang onto it for a lifetime. At Rhodes, instructors like Gurel work hard to facilitate a safe space where people can feel their fear and proceed along anyways. People from all walks of life can trust that they are free to express their emotions in these spaces without feeling judged or harmed.
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