Emotional Wellness Coaching and Consulting

 Gives voice to your inner life

 Proves that “crazy” is relative

 Exposes the lies that create fear

 Moves you closer to who God created you to be


The Importance of Emotional Wellness

Shay Malone CLR


You ever have a meal that looked absolutely delicious but tasted terrible?


Many people look great on the outside. Christians who are hardworking students and employees. Loving parents. Faithful church members. Entrepreneurs.


But the inside is a wreck. Inside is chaos. Inside is loneliness and fear.


This hidden inner life can result in poor time management and organization; toxic relationships; lack of connection; addictions; panic attacks; uncontrollable irritability and anger. And that’s just some of the more common symptoms.


Poor emotional health takes up an enormous amount of time and energy. Time and energy that would be much better spent loving God, yourself and others.


“The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy. I came that they may have life and have it abundantly.” (John 10:10)



Don’t let the enemy of your soul continue to rob you. God has given us the wisdom and power needed to live freely and joyfully.




Yet I see people struggling with the same problems for years. Why?



Because they never dealt with the heart of the matter. Our ability to love ourselves and others well is a key indicator of emotional wellness. This foundation is typically built in childhood, when we experience love, security and acceptance or fear, worry and blame.


Traditional counseling and self-help focuses on outward behavior and thought pattern changes. This is enough if your core belief is that you are worthy, valuable and good enough. But if your core belief is that you are flawed, unacceptable and unworthy of love these changes will not address the root emotional causes. 


Understanding your emotions and learning to lead them, instead of letting them lead you, makes you a better friend, spouse, parent and leader. More importantly, you can live without the weight and stress of striving for impossible goals. Most importantly, you are free to lead the abundant, purposeful life that God wants you to experience.



I’m Shay Malone, Heart-Spirit Coach with 4HisGlory Consulting, LLC. God saved me from a suicide attempt at age 10 and a family history of depression. I’ve followed Him ever since. I believe learning to see yourself through His loving eyes is the way to true abundance and joy. 




It’s time. Live without fear.

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