In my workshops and trainings, I teach people that they have the power to be in charge of their emotions based on their thoughts and beliefs.


I give my students tools and techniques to deal negative emotions that hold them back from living the life they desire.


But sometimes students confuse “being in charge of emotions” with becoming “emotion-less.” As one student put it, “So we’re not supposed to feel anything? Just be stoic no matter what happens?”

What does stoic even mean? Am I not supposed to feel anything in the moment?



Read the full Huffington Post article here.