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Caron Proctor


It's good to feel ALL emotions.


"Instead of resisting any emotion, the best way to dispel it is to enter it fully, embrace it and see through your resistance." – Deepak Chopra


These last couple of years have been difficult for many of us.

So many essential ways of living have changed and keep on changing.


We may find ourselves filled with painful emotions sometimes, and that's OK.

  • You are allowed to be mad.
  • You are allowed to be sad.
  • You are allowed to be scared, nervous, and/or worried.
  • You are allowed to feel.


Often, we find ourselves looking at those around us to determine how we should feel.


Emotions, especially pain, are personal and cannot be compared to others.


It doesn't matter if someone has it "harder" or you don't feel like you "should" feel down.

You are entitled to every emotional experience you have– pushing them away only makes them stay longer!


Remember: you don't need permission to show your emotions.


When I find myself doing this, I stop and say, "I have permission to feel, and I don't need anyone's approval."


Emotions are our own unique internal language. It's powerful when we listen to them!


To a great extent, we live in a culture that resists and fears emotion.


When babies, we're taught to quickly shut off "negative" feelings like anger, sadness, or pain. We cannot cry freely, and our parents try all kinds of things to stop the tears. We are told to cheer up and don't make a scene. Jeez, it's crazy, eh? No wonder, so many of us struggle as adults.


Learning to suppress or overly control our emotions has serious consequences.

When we avoid our feelings, we tune out essential clues about who we are. As a result, we limit our capacity for self-understanding and fail to experience or shape our lives fully.


This mini-course will help you allow, accept, understand, and start to heal from deeply rooted, unhealed pain.


I have learned that if I'm tired or worried about something, I'm more likely to feel sensitive.

I can feel guilty for this, which is self-sabotage; I am allowed to feel how I feel.

If I overreact, I will apologise, something felt like rejection, or I feel unheard, unloved, or not good enough.

If I cry, leave me alone, I'm letting some pain go, but hug me for a bit!

If I am very quiet, ask me if I'm OK, then ask again, am I REALLY OK?  I'm processing.


  • This mini-course will help you dig a little deeper and find other words for how you really feel.
  • This course is for you if you want to be self-compassionate and have more self-awareness.


And I am here should you love a chat.


If you are in deep pain, you may need to visit a mental health professional and access support.


I am here to share my experiences and those in my professional coaching practice.


I am here to share what's helped me and heaps of my lovely clients.


My mini-courses are designed for you to pick and mix; they are cheap as chips but offer valuable insights, workbooks, and a space to work on your lovely self.


Click to buy, download, or print your mini curse off now, so you can feel the joy of taking inspired action.


Thank you, I am massively appreciative that you are here with me on this journey we call Life.



Love C

How to Feel & Understand Uncomfortable Emotions

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