How to Communicate Your Feelings
Learn how to effectively communicate your feelings.
About This Course
Communicating your emotion is not always an easy feat. Luckily, this course will help you master this area! Couples often find themselves in communication gridlock, unable to understand each other. This may be because they do not have the language to express what they feel, are not in touch with their feelings, or simply do not understand what emotions and feelings are. Whatever the reason is, going through misunderstandings is incredibly frustrating, time-consuming, and emotionally draining. It is time you learn how to properly communicate your feelings and emotions.
In this course, you will learn:
- How to accurately communicate your emotions.
- The difference between thoughts, emotions, and feelings.
- How to improve your emotional language
- How to identify your emotional state.
- How to become aware of your thought patterns during communicative exchanges.
- How to identify your own emotional patterns and ways of feeling.
- How to identify when your defensive weapons.
- How to investigate deeper layers of an emotional experience
Terrell Pugh, PhDc, CPC, NCC, MS, is currently the pastor and counseling director for Arise and Live Christian Counseling. He is a current affiliate pastor with the House of David Ministries, in Orlando, FL and previously served as pastor of Nehemiah Teaching Ministries. As an ordained pastor since 2006, he has taught in the areas of Christian Studies (systematic theology), Spiritual Enrichment, and Ministry Training. He has also co-authored the book God’s Design for Marriage and The Absolute Best Marriage Ever: Biblical Truths, Principles, & Prayers.
As a counselor, Terrell believes in the Sufficiency of Scripture for all of man's problems and concerns. Terrell is also a Certified Pastoral Counselor, working with those in the areas of anger management, substance abuse counseling, and various forms of depression and anxiety.
Terrell also holds a Master's degree in Marriage, Couple, and Family Counseling and is currently completing a Doctorate in Developmental Psychology.
As a Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC), Terrell holds a master’s degree in counseling, and has met requirements for coursework, supervision, and clinical practice hours.