Suppressing emotions as a coping strategy - Deepstash

Suppressing emotions as a coping strategy

Suppressing emotions as a coping strategy

The following behaviours may indicate that you or your loved ones are suppressing an emotion.

  • Not wanting to talk about something. Sometimes physically leaving the room when the subject or person is mentioned.
  • Getting angry suddenly and out of proportion to what was asked/said.
  • Talking in extremes e.g. "everyone" or "no-one."
  • Avoiding emotional language. Using the word "interesting" as opposed to "hurt", "sad" or "rejected" and the use of joking/humour.

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