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Catherine DeAngelis, Founder, Out of Pocket Emotions™
Catherine DeAngelis founded Out of Pocket Emotions in 2008. Initially Out of Pocket Emotions offered life coaching programs to inspire followers to build on healthy emotional awareness for better communications and achieve personal life goals.
Keeping with modern times, Out of Pocket continues to bring perspectives on awakening ourselves to living expressively alert. Methods of life skills training, facilitation and certified coaching practice, including over 20 years of professional experience are what Catherine brings to this forum She has taught and given workshops on job searching skills, emotional literacy, mindfulness, hosted retreats, Her storytelling workshops started from the ground up from introducing poem-making to youth at Public Libraries and storytelling/writing with adults and seniors in the community. Writing poetry since she was 14, she studied Journalism at Ryerson University.
A brand refresh of Out of Pocket Emotions aspires to create well-researched articles by Catherine as well as continue to host contributing writers. Catherine believes her lived experience with mental health, more recent, her work as a note taker for the deaf and hard of hearing, expands her portfolio to stand by her belief "sense of belongingness is a key to all human existence". She aspires to ignite the curious mind to explore, to open our hearts and get personal with emotions - all part of being human.
by Catherine DeAngelis We see our world through our emotions. Emotions are a natural part of our being human. They are a portal to the outside world that keep us vibrant and […]
by Catherine DeAngelis “But you see, life is not like that at all; life is not permanent. Like the leaves that fall from a tree, all things are impermanent, nothing endures; there […]
by Catherine DeAngelis What is it about our need to be in balance – physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually and are we listening? From family doctors to our employers, though rare, may encourage us […]
Awe geez that word! Laughter! Laughter is that kind of soft humming jumpity-jump sound that shoots from the mouth hits the ear and onto the face you hear from a friend that […]
by Catherine DeAngelis “I can do things you cannot, you can do things I cannot; together we can do great things.” “Not all of us can do great things. But we can […]
by Catherine DeAngelis “Love is heavy and light, bright and dark, hot and cold, sick and healthy, asleep and awake – it’s everything except what it is!” (Act 1, scene 1) William Shakespeare Romeo and Juliet Oh […]
by Catherine DeAngelis “The best prayer is to rest in the goodness of God, knowing that goodness can reach right down to our lowest depths of need.” -Julian of Norwich, 14th-century mystic […]
by Catherine DeAngelis Imagination is not a talent of some people, but is the health of every person. Ralph Waldo Emerson In the image above, perhaps a photographer used imagination to create […]
by Catherine DeAngelis The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), Ontario offers valuable information worth exploring on Getting Help: When and How. It is common to find it difficult to sometimes cope with […]
by Catherine DeAngelis Life can only be understood backwards, but it must be lived forwards. Kierkegaard ~ A New Year has arrived – a chance for brand new starts. Many of us may think it’s […]
by Catherine DeAngelis “Feelings, nothing more than feelings Trying to forget my feelings of love Teardrops rolling down on my face Trying to forget my feelings of love…” Many baby boomers may recall […]
Quick Download Here REQUEST A Complimentary Life-Coaching Session! What is Emotionality? Emotional expression is the ultimate form of communication. If we suppress or deny emotions we are removing the tools that others […]
by Catherine DeAngelis Many of us may agree, among our realm of family, friends and colleagues, there is a degree of passive-aggressive behavior that may be affecting us. “Passive-aggressive behavior, is only one […]
by Catherine DeAngelis Many of life’s failures are for those of us who do not realize how close we are to success and so we give up. We are usually in the […]