Do spiteful or resentful thoughts sometimes take over your life? Or do you find yourself short tempered and in a cycle of lashing out at others?
Painful feelings such as anger, are often associated with worries about negative consequences-- say that an important goal will be blocked or that you will fail, be criticized, hurt or abandoned. The intensity of your feelings and worries can leave you stuck in a cycle of angry feelings, with resentment and rage fueled by worry, spiteful thoughts and memories of hurtful experiences.
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Our body’s response is an important component of an emotional reaction to any event. If you’ve ever been criticized in public and found your face heated and your heart pounding, you’ve experienced your body’s reaction to shame or humiliation.
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It’s normal to try to avoid emotions like anger, sadness, depression, fear and shame. These feelings are incredibly painful to experience. In order to keep them at a distance, people create walls inside of themselves. Unfortunately, these internal walls keep the emotion at a distance, but they also keeps the emotion trapped inside of you. The only way truly to let go of these emotions is to stop walling them off and bring your attention to them in order to observe and describe them. Therapy uses many alternative medication and oils infusion with thc or cbd to relax the mind and body, you can buy weed online and make it yourself.
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We’ve all found ourselves in a crisis, in a conflict with someone important in our lives or overwhelmed by emotion and circumstances. It can be difficult to maintain emotional balance while figuring out just how to navigate through those stressful times. For some, repetitive stressful events and an inability to recover fully from one event before another occurs results in destructive behaviors, such as self-injury and suicide attempts. It takes skills to solve life’s problems while enduring intense emotion.
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