It can take a few forms:
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There are a lot of reasons talking about our problems can be difficult:
Research shows that putting your feelings into words can diminish the response of the amygdala (the part of the brain that handles your fight or flight response, among other things) when you encounter things that are upsetting.
This in time makes you react with less stress when faced with the things that bother you.
The fight or flight response (also known as the acute stress response), refers to a physiological reaction that occurs when we are in the presence of something that is mentally or physically terrifying.
The term "fight-or-flight" represents our ancient ancestors' choices when faced with danger in their environment.
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