NEVER SUPPRESS YOUR EMOTIONS

Anxiety, Depression, tension and frustration are some of the most common problems of today’s life. There could be very few people not suffering from these mental ill-health problems.  It happens normally but some people are effected more, as compared to others. Emotional suppression also has some negative effects on human body and brain. Some normal emotional effects that causes are, increased alertness, Depression, fear and physical signs, like fast heartbeat.

Suppression of emotions: Suppression of emotions may be very dangerous or fatal for your nervous system. Don’t try to suppress your emotions. We should always have an eye on how do we suppressing our emotions, and how it is effecting our lives. We all need to release our emotions regularly, but remember, don’t let them to control your mind. If you keep letting emotions take over, your life may be end up depressed, anxious and frustrated. Emotions make us weak during crucial times. It’s a bit difficult to express your emotions in a hasty manner because sometime this expression becomes dishearten for others.

Anxiety, Depression, Frustration
Anxiety, Depression, Frustration

Expression of emotions: Expression of emotions is much better. Expression of negative emotion in a hasty manner is a good option. We should express our emotions in such a way it does not heart somebody. We must train our mind to be stronger but it should not be at the cost of our emotions. Always try to think positive even you see there is something going negative, you just assume and look at the positive side.

Family: Family always has a real time importance in our lives. Spent some time with your family. Try to get them together for some time. Try to arrange a small party such as birth day party, happy new year party or any other such type of party can give you a real time happiness and hundreds of thousands of emotions are expressed easily. We all need some true and honest friends in our life. We can share anything to our friends easily and they can get us more then anyone.

Traveling: Whenever you feel anxious, angry or get emotional due to some reasons, just get into your car and drive somewhere away from your palace, to see nature, and just give yourself a good break. It is easy when we are busy with our careers and other goals to get so involved that we forget to do this but it is so crucial. Life is so much beautiful, and I am sure that everything you do will take you towards success. I think when we have a heavy load, even though we can handle it all, we still need quiet contemplative time, and traveling is one of the good option to overcome it.

Grouping: One idea to get rid of emotional and mental disorder is to join group or company where people get together out in nature, and just sit listening to the wind and the trees as the leaves move about, and to have a quiet time to pray and to share what is in their hearts about life in general. Everyone will express his inner feelings and thoughts to others. This is an awesome way to release stress and anxiety. As you regularly join this type of groups you will feel that you are going to be enough stronger in a very limited amount of time. This type of groups may also help you to get some real time friendship that will be a great achievement.

These are some general solutions, I have learned from my experience of life and participation in social gatherings. You can disagree with at any of the point, because everyone has experience to overcome such problems in their own way. I have a simple request to you that we should always help such type of people, so that, they can overcome their problem easily. Mostly aged people suffer a lot because they feel lonely, and they required a company always. Promise me, you will try your best to do something great in your life and try to change your own destiny and others as well.

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83 thoughts on “NEVER SUPPRESS YOUR EMOTIONS

  1. True words! But I have one question how can we Express our emotions and not act impulsively in situations we could later regret? Furthermore shouldnwe Express emotions caused my overthinking too or try to surpress Them? All the best wishes and thank you for this interesting read!

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    1. Thanks naaiba for your kind words. Dear when our emotions are at its highest point due to some consequences or sudden change in our life, we can loose our mindful thinking and can express it more powerfully, and this is not good because it can disheart anybody feelings and exptations. We can later on express it in a wonderful way and regularly so that it can’t effect our mental health.
      Second we should not suppress our emotions forever we can express them later on in a best way. Suppression forever is never a good option. Thanks naaiba.

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      1. Absolutely right, when you take active participation in sports it helps you forget your tension, and when you become tired after sports you can enjoy a deep sleep. That is really a great point I missed out. Thank you so much for reminding.

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    2. It depends a bit on the situation, but mos of the time when related to insecurity and fear, perhaps anxiouty as well. We can decide to start conversations with “I feel…” or “when you do… I feel/think….” Also asking questions when we have assumptions about others is helpful rather than throwing accusations. All of this of course may hurt the other to some amount anyway, but where there is love there will be a want and need for understanding. When we understand that we are not that different from one another, we’ll see there is nothing to be angry or hurt about, because most of us are just beautiful broken people with scars and flaws in need of forgiveness for the things we wish we never did ❤

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      1. Absolutely. All you said is 100% correct. Where there is a mutual understanding and people with same thoughts and opinions are stay together there will be no more anxiety and depression at all. We just need to think we all are equal in all aspects of our lives.

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      2. Thank you for this thougtful answer, it really helps to see other people experiencing the Same Thing, if you like reading about self-love and acceptance u would very much love to invite you to have a read on my recently openend Blog called searchingforconfidence.wordpress.com, seeing you there would really mean a lot! All the best wishes

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  2. AMEN! Suppression is self-destructing, but in this new day and age healthy expression can be difficult to navigate, too. Especially for the younger generation. I think a lot of expression is done through social media outlets, which then leads to more suppression when “likes” or “comments” don’t match the individuals level of need?

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    1. Yes, indeed social media has created a lot opportunities for pur younger generations to express their emotions. But the friends and company we are having practically are more worthy than social media outlets, because they can really feel our emotions from the change in our body and anxiousness. Am I right..?

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      1. Absolutely. My concern is that social media has taken those real interactions and real expressions away. And has made it more difficult to both express and cope with emotions in a healthy way.

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      2. I totally agree with you because our young generation spent and spoil their most of times on social media outlets. This is really a bad thing because they are unable to get some real time friendships.

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  3. I think that is why we have so many books and movies that contain violence. Actually, in some ways they help us to experience the emotions we may feel, but perhaps believe them to be to dangerous to take out into the world. Extreme anger for example, if acted upon, can be a bad thing, but watching a Western or a good Murder mystery where the bad guys get shot or murdered in some way can help us to get out some of our worst emotions in terms of anger or rage without actually hurting anyone.

    I had a lot of anger at my folks for what they did/did not do when I was growing up, and after they had both passed on, I wrote a letter to them expressing what I thought was my anger, and it was to be a letter of forgiveness. But in order to understand my anger, I had to “walk a mile in their shoes,” and so I did that through the letter. When I finished that letter, I felt as though a huge boulder had lifted from my heart. Though I was never able to send them that letter because they were gone, it truly helped me to get beyond that point in my emotions safely. It is not that it changed what happened in reality, but it allowed me to process it safely and to get rid of the anger, which was not, in the end result, against them, but against my own self. I had been told so often that everything that happened was my fault, and doing this exercise allowed me to forgive not just them, but to most importantly forgive myself. Many of us who have been abused in some way or the other hold our anger in because we are in some mistaken way angry at our own selves most likely.

    Thank you for the great article.

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    1. Thanks again great lady Anne, I was waiting for your response at my previous article but I thought you might be busy some where. You have done a great job of writing a letter to your folks even when they have passed away. Actually you threw your inner thoughts and emotions in an awesome way and then you were feeling a little better. This is a very nice way because you have not heart your folks when they were alive.
      We should hold our anger and inner emotions because they make us weak mentally. 💝💝💕💕💖💖
      Thank you so much for your time and honorable response. May you live long and blessed.

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  4. Very well written. It is always good to express ourselves whenever necessary. To talk about things with those who we trust and those who are genuinely interested in listening to what we’ve gt to say. Type of people who can provide us with great advice and direction without adding more frustration to our situation.

    All the tips you have mentioned here are useful. Thanks for sharing! Have a wonderful day 🙂

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    1. Same to you Vihani and thank you so much for your experienced comments. You are absolutely right that we should share over emotions with true and sincere friends who have some time for us and doesn’t make fool of us. Sometimes we share our inner feelings with people who have no interest in our personal matters and they make a fool of us rather than help us to overcome our anxiety and stress. These types of people are called bullies which exists every where around us. Thanks Vihani for your time and and kind words. It really means a lot to me. My best wishes are always with you. Blessings.

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  5. Fortunately, emotions, no matter how negative, are only temporary…no matter how bad. Sadly, there are too many people that do not recognize that sadness and depression are normal, and think that the only way to escape is to…escape permanently.

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    1. Absolutely right, emotions are temporary. But can’t you believe that if these emotions remained for a long time and we don’t overcome them then they may be lead to permanent anxiety and stress which on the other hand are called mental disorders. Unfortunately we all are having emotional problems but fortunately we can get rid of it through expression. Thanks for your valued feedback and worthy response. Many blessings.

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      1. I tend to think the other way. Mental disorders are simply a case of mind over matter. You let your brain control the body, not the body control the brain. Millions of people everyday defeat the demons that encroach our mind, and that being the case, then it is a human quality to overcome these depressive, manic, anxiety driven periods. Just let your brain take over and stop listening to your heart. I know this is not a popular way to look at it, but then again, I am not one to shy away from an argument.

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      2. This is also a good way to control your mind. If our mind is strong enough we can easily overcome anxiety and depression. Just we are required that our emotions should not be at the cost of our mind. If our brain stop listening to our heart, it will become more and more powerful and will easily overcome anxiousness. Thanks for your valued arguments, I really enjoyed conversation with you. Many blessings and good wishes.

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      3. Well ,it is good to allow your mind to guide you but sometimes , it is better to be combined with your heart or intuition . Sometimes, checking your mind with your heart or intuition coming from a pure love and peace is more powerful as well…Merge thd heart with the mind peacefully and gracefully …

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  6. Thanks for this. I am glad mental illness is coming out of the shadows. It’s nothing to be ashamed of. Just as diabetics lack insulin, our brains lack serotonin. It’s purely physical and therefore real. There’s no cure, but it’s treatable. Of course, supportive posts like yours are silver linings, too.

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    1. Thank you so much Seanarchy, I am glad you liked my post. As I discussed that I am just describing my experience on how to overcome fear and anxiety. Now I am happy you support my post through your wonderful and informative response. I am here on WordPress just for sharing my experience and knowledge to others and my mission is to help and motivate our younger generation. Thanks a lot for your time and honorable response. Many blessings.

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  7. Hi Rising Star,

    Exactly the reasons I started my blog. I think just getting it all out and written down helps a lot. You don’t even need people to read it. It literally does feel like you’ve been carrying around a big weight you didn’t know that was there and you’ve got rid of it. Your commenst on grouping and emotions really resonated with me. Thanks.

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    1. Wow, you have taken a great decision. You can easily throw all your emotions and feelings through your wonderful writing. As you have taken your first step now you will see that many of us will reach out to you and will explore your blog. When you get comments on your blog you will feel so much better and will forget all your past. This is the begging of your new life. Happy blogging with many blessings and good wishes.
      Regards

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    1. Thank you very kind dear for your visit to my blog. I really appreciate your blogging journal and found it awesome. I will keep visiting your blog as well. Happy blogging Dear. Wish you a wonderful blogging experience with hundreds of thousands of friends and followers.

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    1. Thank you so kind Kevin for your time and worthy response. You are right we all are suffering from some kind of problem regarding our mindset and this is so important to take great care of it. Suppressions can make us weak mentally and physically.

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    1. Thank you very kind dear Malinda, for your kind words and worthy response. We need to handle our emotions gently and we must not suppress them. This can be dangerous for our mental health so we have to express them in a way that it makes sense.

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    1. Honestly speaking I’ve haven’t learned how to write. But I have a lot of support and inspirations from my seniors. I write what I learned from my experience of life. Here your point of view is So true Muslimah, that bottling negative emotions gradually disturb iur mental health. Thanks again for your time and honorable response to my blog as it inspired me a lot. It means a lot to me.

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  8. Hey, read this and had to say it’s super accurate. I use to suppress all kinds of things. I got into this habit gained during my childhood. Eventually, I began communicating better, especially with my friends and family I hold closely. It may be the key to my anxiety on some things to this day, but I’m not sure and I’m not an expert. I can only share my own thoughts on the matter. I have learned communication is key. This is super important, especially, in marriage and with my child.

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    1. Absolutely right Bachman, sharing of inner thoughts and feelings may help us reduce our inner pressure of emotions which can turned into a mental health problem. You are doing great by sharing your thoughts with friends and family, in fact it is a better way to overcome it. Thanks for sharing your thoughts as it may help me and mean’s a lot to me.

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