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Success in life is determined by how well we regulate and manage our emotions. Science has shown us that our Emotional Intelligence (EI) is a higher indicator of success than our IQ.

Join me and other mental health experts as we talk about how you can manage your emotions, improve your mental health, and become more successful in your life!

Emotions Mentor podcast Rebecca Hintze, mental health professional

    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.5 • 141 Ratings

Success in life is determined by how well we regulate and manage our emotions. Science has shown us that our Emotional Intelligence (EI) is a higher indicator of success than our IQ.

Join me and other mental health experts as we talk about how you can manage your emotions, improve your mental health, and become more successful in your life!

    Getting What You Want

    Getting What You Want

    In today’s episode we will show you how to use a simple “Q&A” process to help you get what you want in life.

    This exercise will help you find out WHY you want certain things and what the underlying ‘need’ might be.

    Host: Rebecca Hintze
    Guest Speaker: Ashley Beans

    • 28 min
    Advice From A Former Refugee

    Advice From A Former Refugee

    Imagine arriving in a foreign country with nothing but the shirt on your back. You're leaving family behind in a life-threatening situation, saying goodbye to your homeland with no hope of returning. You're without food, friends, family, home, etc!

    Thousands of refugees just landed in the DC area.

    In this episode we are going to talk to a former refugee and find out what it’s like to be a refugee and the best way we can help!

    Host: Rebecca Hintze
    Guest Speaker: Sharon Ho
    www.emotionsmentor.com

    • 35 min
    Essential Self-Care Tips For ALL Moms

    Essential Self-Care Tips For ALL Moms

    Hey all you moms out there….new moms, young moms, future moms, ALL moms - this episode is for you.

    We know life can be very difficult so we want to talk about essential self-care tips for any mom!

    Practicing self-care takes effort, and should’t be optional, especially for moms.

    The important part of being a mom is making sure that you are grounded and stable for your kids. That means you practice self-care regularly.

    Host: Rebecca Hintze
    Guest Speaker: Francesca Mullins

    • 23 min
    Know Your Body To Shape Your Mind

    Know Your Body To Shape Your Mind

    We have the coach that trains holistic health coaches on today’s episode, Laura Jacobs.

    We break down complex body systems and discuss the interplay between cooperativeness and conflict in our mind and body.

    When dealing with mood related issues, we need to understand how our hormones work in our body.

    If you want to seek solutions for your mood-related issues, this episode will help you understand your body so you can shape your mind.

    Host: Rebecca Hintze
    Guest Speaker: Laura Jacobs

    • 29 min
    Link Between Money And Mental Health

    Link Between Money And Mental Health

    This episode is specifically about wealth creation and wealth management.

    Rebecca chats with two successful entrepreneurs, a corporate attorney and a business owner, about the dance between money and mental health.

    They let you know how you can manage your health with practical money tips.


    Host: Rebecca Hintze
    Guest Speaker: Patricia Munroe and Callie Steuer

    • 46 min
    Ready, Set, Focus!

    Ready, Set, Focus!

    We have 4 simple answers to help you get things done!

    Scattered thoughts and difficulty concentrating are part of life, but they are also what you can expect when you’re living with ADHD.

    If you feel like you’re setting ambitious goals only to find yourself getting distracted and feel like you can’t get things done, this episode is for you.

    Regain focus and become more successful at achieving personal goals.

    Host: Rebecca Hintze
    Guest Speaker: Callie Steuer

    • 34 min

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
141 Ratings

141 Ratings

@MichaelUnbroken ,

Great podcast🔥🔥

I just wanted to take a moment and say thank you for creating such an impactful podcast! I believe that we all have a voice that deserves to be heard. Thank you for putting this into the world! BE UNBROKEN! @MichaelUnbroken

OldmanHintze ,

Excellent! It’s not too late!

Finding this podcast was perfect for me. As I have applied the principles to myself that she teaches, I have let go of some old and not so pleasant patterns in my life. Rebecca is an expert in the arena of self help that everyone should know. The world could use a LOT of emotional intelligence right now so I’m sharing this podcast with everyone. It’s helped, it can help others.

AntRis1229 ,

Great show. One issue with Ep. 76

This is a very helpful show. Thank you for the work you do! I want to preface with that before I express my main complaint about episode 76. I appreciate the “flipping the narrative” sentiment. I’ve done this multiple times myself, and it does help a lot. However, one can’t just “stop it” (a negative thought). We have such an obsession with averting negative emotions and jumping to positive ones, and this revulsion to negativity is essentially conflict avoidance. There are so many steps to take before we can jump from “negative” to “positive.” The brain doesn’t register forced positive thought as sincere, even if the intention is to retrain our thinking patterns. The subconscious/conditioned mind takes a long time to learn a maladaptive thought pattern. Don’t you think we have to accept what we are feeling in the moment, give ourselves permission to know it and really feel it— but we need good counseling to help us cope with those moments— and then we need help inquiring about what the negative feeling is telling us? I think it is at this convergence when we can slowly shift our thinking to something much healthier and more aligned with what we value. What is being suggested roughly 11 minutes into the episode is, “don’t have a negative thought. They’re icky. Don’t do that to yourself. Just stop it.” It’s very invalidating and skips a whole level of insight necessary to achieve congruence.

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