A large number of people have never been taught how to successfully manage their emotions. Because of this, they repress how they feel or they engage in a range of unhealthy behaviors – from substance abuse to outbursts of rage. However, expressing our emotions in a balanced, healthy way is the most appropriate way of managing our feelings.
Below are some instructions to help you with this.
1. First, recognize the importance of acknowledging your feelings and expressing them in a healthy, open way. Buried, unexpressed emotions are usually damaging and lead to a multitude of problems in the end. For example, repressed hurt and anger lead to ongoing problems with sadness, depression or anxiety.
2. Learn to label the emotions you are battling. Many people can’t acknowledge any negative emotions – or they only have permission to express certain ones (depending on what’s allowed in their family or home). Hence, they cry when they’re angry, or get angry when they’re hurt, or they trivialise their heartache and act likes it a joke.
3. Decide that you’ll confront and try and deal with your emotions, instead of ignoring or denying how you feel.
pressured less :( stressless ^____^
When Fathers Day comes around I just stare at the ground while everyone talks about their Dads I begin to wish I had.A chance to join their conversation but I have no reason to celebrate this occasion,not because I don’t have a dad but because you wish you never had that night when you met my mom and soon had a little-one. You denied me every chance you had, now 20 years later you do nothing but a sperm donor.
So here is your “Fathers” day greetings, complete with a poem to appreciate how you have worked so hard…oh wait, it says to dad,sorry but anyone can be a father, but it takes a special person to be a dad…..and your qualifications are a little too bad.