In this mini-course, I cover the 1st principle of well-being: We're all a work in progress (WIP). I'll walk you through why this is an important concept and how accepting it can greatly help you in your life's journey. You'll also learn what are emotional and physical triggers and how your unconscious responses to them can negatively impact your relationships. You'll learn how to create new and more empowering responses to all inter-personal relationships in your life.
At the end of this lesson, you should be able to:
This lesson includes videos, reading assignments, and some individual work for you to do to apply the lessons learned in your life. This lesson is part of a larger course, that covers all 12 principles of well-being in more detail. You can enroll in any of the other individual lessons, or the complete course.
You have the power and the capability of recovering your life, healing from emotional wounds, and transforming your life to something you consciously define, versus allowing outside forces, circumstances, and situations to govern your happiness and sense of well-being.
Life is a journey and you can make it whatever you want. By investing in this lesson, you are worth investing in you and your future. You can transform your life and change it for good. This lesson will give you the tools, the confidence, and the courage to get on your way!
"I didn't realize how much my blind reactions to things in my life was causing me so much pain and suffering. I had no idea I was being controlled by triggers and my subconscious responses to them! Now I know better and I can engage with people in more healthy ways. This course really helped me to learn new skills."
Kerry is the author of the book, Principles of Well-Being: Life Lessons for Positive Change, which covers how to learn and live core principles for well-being and happiness. She is also founder of the Academy of Well-Being, a collection of online courses on various topics related to well-being, life transformation, and personal growth, particularly for those struggling with how to successfully recover from addiction or other self-destructive habits.. She is an adjunct college professor teaching courses in English Literature, Business Communications, Composition, and other topics.
Kerry conducts in-person workshops on a variety of topics from personal growth and development to business topics, such as connected leadership and well-being at work. She also shares well-being principles on her instagram channel @principlesofwellbeing. She lives in Encinitas, CA, has two children, and is also an artist.