According to Cynthia Morton, 'to be emotionally fit means to be unafraid of being yourself - warts and all.' She believes that the hardest work we ever do in our lifetime is to build a loving and caring relationship with ourselves: 'to be able to experience any emotion without needing to control it, suppress it, chemically enhance it or blame someone else for it.' this book is based on experiential work and offers 30 'emotional workouts' to assist individuals to overcome difficult issues in their lives and to reach self-acceptance. Cynthia Morton is CEO of the Emotional Fitness Foundation in Brisbane.
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Author Biography - Cynthia Morton
Cynthia Morton is a support worker, consultant, and the author of "A Helping Hand with Life." Her work has been profiled in the television documentary, "Brilliant Lives," and her programs have been made into an award-winning documentary. In 2003 she was recognized as Volunteer of the Year in Queensland for her work in establishing the Peer Support Program for individuals facing addiction and abuse issues. In 2004 she was presented with an Award of Distinction for Services to Humanity by the Australian Medical Association. She has now established the Emotional Fitness Foundation, to operate as a national charity supporting research into the link between addictions and childhood abuse, and how this impacts on our society. Cynthia is a contributor to "Transformations: Turning tragedy into Triumph."