Work WITH your emotions rather than suppressing them
When you recognise an emotion, label it and accept that it is OK to feel it. You may want to write down how you feel and why you feel this way.
This type of expression can have a therapeutic effect, and serves as a reminder of the trigger situation when you are ready to deal with it.
SIMILAR ARTICLES & IDEAS:
They are basal responses that begin in the subcortical areas of the brain responsible for producing biochemical reactions to environmental stimuli that have a direct impact on our physical state.&n...
Feelings are preceded by emotions and tend to be our reactions to them. Emotions are a more generalized experience across humans, but feelings are more subjective and influenced by our personal experiences and interpretations, thus they are harder to measure.
They can be defined as unpleasant or unhappy emotions evoked in individuals to express a negative effect towards something.
Although some are labeled negative, all emotions are normal to the human experience. And it’s important to understand when and why negative emotions might arise, and develop positive behaviors to address them.
No particular form of therapy is proven to be better or more effective than others.
Different people prefer or respond to different forms of therapy.
It aims to offer a more nuanced understanding of ourselves, by capturing many ways of expressing good feelings from across the world.
It is directed by Tim Lomas at the University of East London...
... that depend on particular circumstances: