What People Are Saying
Praise for the Emotional Mastery Course
I’ve had social anxiety my whole life which has been exacerbated by quarantining. Mark breaks down out-of-control emotions into manageable pieces that can be worked on or accepted. The anxiety isn’t gone but the bit that is there feels manageable—I’m comfortable in my own skin. I’m no longer beating myself up about being an anxious weirdo.
This is a great class, and as with everything Mark does, each pass you make through the material, you find it gets better and more applicable. Mark’s material is like a Coen Brothers movie. The first time you watch, you think, “Wow. Good movie.” By the 5th time you watch, you think, “Damn… this is the best movie ever!
Great course! I learned a few thing about myself that I’d forgotten. An unfinished work that we all are. Thank you!
Excellent. It got me to create a new habit of reacting to my emotions in a positive way. I know that I will always be anxious about my future but I remain present to solve current problems instead of fixing future problems in my head.
This course was really enlightening, I didn’t know I needed it so much. I went through this course with one specific emotion but I’m sure I’ll have to do the exercises again with another emotion.
What I love about your courses is that you’re explaining things naturally and being funny and detached, quoting your own experiences. I like that you don’t take things too seriously but still provide excellent work and content. The whole thing takes the pressure to improve myself off. I can’t wait to do the other courses, the whole subscription is worth every penny!
Worth it. My counselor asked me what I did because I’d never been this in touch with my emotions (so you don’t have to rely on my subjective review). Once I scheduled time to do the course, it was easy and made a world of difference.
I am currently going through a rough time with my 17-year-old daughter, her mother (my 1st wife) and my wife/ex-wife (going through a separation), and this course made me realize where things went sideways. I also realized some of the root causes of why I avoid conflict. My parents separating when I was young made me want to avoid arguments. I also found out after I shared this with my sister that she does the same thing. Holy shit. I was blown away, cried quite a lot, shared with my therapist and now I have some meaningful actions to try and move ahead with my daughter and, hopefully, wife.