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The sweet possibilities of life are simply too vast for us to be held back by uncertainty, fear or a lack of skills that masquerade as mental disorders. These crucial skills are too easy to learn that living without them shouldn't even be an option. Life can and will throw us curve balls, but there's no reason to let it throw us off our game. To be mentally fit is to be ready and able to meet every challenge that comes our way. Just like playing baseball, becoming a pro doesn't happen by accident but through hard work and lots of practice! So come huddle with us in the dug out...and get ready to win the game of your life.
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Don't languish in self-loathing when you could learn the skills you need to make the changes you want. Isn't it time to invest in yourself? We believe that it's never to late to become the person you most want to be. Begin your journey today.
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Why struggle alone when your journey would be so much easier with assistance? If you don't ask for help because you fear failure, then remember this: There is no such thing as failure. There is only learning and there is doing.
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mFIT coaching and classes provide the foundational skills for mental fitness, but we also offer private coaching, intensive Masterminds, mPower Retreats and content-specific learning tracts to train your fitness to a higher level.
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“I'm not a touchy-feeling kinda guy, you know? But when my marriage was falling apart, I realized I needed to do something. I was totally not into going to therapy. I wanted something concrete, something specific to do to make things better. Taking mental fitness classes and working with a coach gave me exactly what I was looking for. I never realized how much watching my parents fight influenced how I treated my wife. Now I do. And I really don't want to be that guy any longer.”
“What I remember most about growing up was how angry I was. I'd throw things, break things...screamed a lot. It felt like I was always in trouble and I can't even imagine how many hours I spend alone in my room. Until I took a class from the Mental Fitness Institute, though, I had no idea what the anger was all about. Now I realize that some of my most basic needs were ignored, not because my parents were bad folks. They just didn't know how to help me. I'm still quicker to anger than I'd like, but I now have far more good days than bad. There's more work to do but I no longer get up each day hating the person in the mirror.”
"I love my kids, but some days I wonder why on earth I had them. I've felt like such a horrible mother because I just couldn't handle how they acted or couldn't seem to make them do what I wanted. I didn't have such a hot role model, I know, but I thought I'd figure it out. Thank God somebody told me about these classes and then I signed up for the Parent-Child Coaching thing to help me as I learned. My kids aren't angels and, well, neither am I, but things are a lot smoother now. I'm finally beginning to like being a Mom. And for me, that's sayin' a lot."