Express your emotions


  1. Get in touch with your desires instead of denying your feelings.
    This will help others understand what you want most out of life.
  2. Pay attention to difficult feelings.
    This will help you balance your moods. When you get into the root of what makes you angry or sad, you can make conscious efforts to get rid of these emotions.
  3. Express your negative feelings as they are.
    This will help people get to know you on a deeper level. For example, let your friends know when you are grieving instead of feigning happiness.
  4. Get help for emotional struggles by reading self-help books or consulting with a therapist.
    You can easily connect and build strong relationships with others once you are emotionally sound yourself.
  5. Disclose your feelings without acting on them. 
    This will help you protect your relationship with others. For example, you could say, “I feel so angry I want to yell at you” without actually yelling, or “I feel so scared I want to ignore this problem and pretend it will go away,” without actually ignoring the problem.
  6. Reflect on your family’s approach to emotional expression.
    Knowing your family’s philosophy will help you understand and refine your own.


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