How to Control Emotions?

We are born with certain abilities to use our mindset and intelligence and to use our emotions according to the situation. This is so-called Emotional intelligence. We all need to control our emotions. No matter what is the situation, don’t let your emotions overpower your intelligence. Treat your emotions gently.

Do you know How to Control Your Emotions?

At the initial stage, it’s difficult but with the passage of time and maturity, it certainly becomes possible to control your emotions. For someone maybe it’s not easy to accept, but believe me, it’s possible because Everything is Possible. Remember, it plays a vital role in personality building. If you are mentally strong, you do wonders in life.

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1. Empower your Intelligence:

You should not be at the mercy of your emotions. But you should always keep them in control, play with them, enjoy with them and train them according to the strength of your intelligence. Don’t let them dominate your common sense. Train your mind to maintain an emotional balance. If it overpowers your emotions, you might end up losing your humanity.

2. Better Mindset:

Emotions may often lie. They are like an emotional roller coaster with extreme ups and detrimental lows. Acknowledge their presence, but question their veracity consistently prior to making all decisions. The hardest part in life at times, actually, is when you have to remind yourself to have a better mindset because you have to first acknowledge it.

3. Power of Emotions:

Emotions have lots of power, so, I think if we can use them for our betterment that will be more fun. Emotional responses may make you feel good for the time being. However, the reasoned responses will get the results you desire. Reasoned responses are generally far more powerful where it comes to providing the most compelling argument.


4. Positive Mindset:

It is also very important to hold a positive mind whilst eliminating negativity. Keeping a positive mindset even at the lowest degree, lets you keep going towards your goal. Always try your best to represent a better version of yourself through your behavior. Emotions can make us weak during crucial times. Try to be stronger for yourself all time. Mind over matter is always better than decisions by emotions.

5. Train Your Mind:

Training the mind will lead you to greatness. The stronger the mind, the stronger and informed judgment and decisions would be. If you can train your mind, then you can do anything. It is always your mind you have to convince. Train your mind and heart to be unemotional, would save your heart to be unemotional, would save you unnecessary pain. When your emotions are stronger than your mind, the strength of your mind is meaningless as your emotions will overpower any strength your mind has.

6. Control your Emotions and Thoughts:

If you are not the one who is controlling your own thoughts, feelings, and emotions then you are the one who is being controlled. When you have your mind in control, your feelings, actions, habit, and behavior will be in the direction of your goal and your attitude will touch the edges of the sky. It’s easy to let your emotions get out of control and when you resist the urge and use discipline, you will be better for it.

Note: Dear readers, I will soon upload another article on how to overcome mental health problems due to emotional suppression. Hope you will find it useful for the relaxation of your stress and anxiety. Thanks.

Furthermore, Never suppress your emotions.

For you, What’s the best way to control your emotions?

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78 Responses

  1. Very good and useful information.❤️❤️

  2. Thank you for the wonderful post. I just figured I was a positive person and not that I have trained my brain. This is great. Thank you

  3. I really enjoy your posts and I get where you’re coming from here. However, as you might remember, I blog about my journey through both my own and my patients’ experiences of mental ill-health. Perhaps you’ll understand that for us, particularly someone who has a diagnosis of Borderline Personality Disorder, for example, it’s not that easy to control our thoughts and emotions.
    Fortunately, some of us have had access to therapy to get to where we are able to contain our emotions and change our thought processes.

    I dare say it’s not just people with mental ill-health that have illogical thought patterns, which are self-defeating and can cause great anxiety or depression in an individual. I’m sure your average Joe Blogs experiences illogical thought patterns now and again – which obviously don’t lead to a mental health diagnosis 😉

    • Rising Star says:

      Thank you very kind Caz for your good points, I have forgotten a note at the end of the post about suppression of emotions is not god for mental health, I’m currently working on the next blog post that how to overcome anxiety and mental disorders. I’m sure beeing a mental health care support, you will like my next blog post and I will appreciate your worthy response, if I missed some good points. Now I am adding a short note at the end of the post. Thanks again for your time and honorable response to my blog.

  4. Really enjoyed your post and insights! A great perspective. One thing I would add about training your mind is that I’ve trained my mind not to be unemotional but to have awareness of emotions. I might feel sad but if I’m aware of that feeling and where it’s coming from it no longer controls my mind. I still feel the emotion but I have more insight as to how to discipline the emotion rather then let it rule my mind and heart.

    • Rising Star says:

      Ah, that’s really awesome Ruth, you are really having a great experience of developing your emotions according to your brain. You are doing well that not letting your emotions to rule your mind and heart. This is really a positive thing to build your personality. I’m really happy with your powerful words. It really means a lot to me. Blessings and love.

  5. Good post, but in some areas I disagree. One of the many things I have learned through my life experiences, especially those from the Army, is that feelings, and as a subset, emotions, get in the way of sound decision making. Every. Single. Time. So I choose to reject feelings, and keep any emotions that try to escape in check. The only thing I use to make any decision or movement in my life is my brain. That has not always made me the favorite son, but for me to give a crap about what others think would just be an emotion, and I just choose to not have any.

    • Rising Star says:

      Thank you very kind for your time and worthy response to my blog, you are right with your saying, because you have a great experience of life and practical implementation of emotions. Brain is an awesome option to make a positive and productive decision. It takes a decision after thinking about the results. Am I right?

  6. Rising Star says:

    Thank you very kind Harley for time to response

  7. Rising Star says:

    That’s really good response. Response always bring positive attitude with handsome mindset. Thank you so much for your time and honorable response to my blog. It really means a lot to me.

  8. mezruth says:

    So true- that emotions can lie; I wonder how many relationships have smashed up because decisions were made on emotions rather than a balanced look at evidence. Your post made me think of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. Now I am curious what the next article will be about 🙂

    • Rising Star says:

      Thank you so much Mezurth, as I found a real time support from your ideas and comments. Decision made through intelligence and brain are always carries long lasting effects. emotions cna be any time uncontrolled which is not good for many types of relationships. My next post will be opposite to this post. Many Blessings

  9. Henika says:

    I love this post, very insightful and around a subject I love to read and write about! Will definitely be following for more. Thank you

    • Rising Star says:

      Thank you so much Dear Henika, loved your response. As you said about your blog I will soon your blog and explore it because our niche is same and it will be a great journey for both of us. Thanks for your valued time and worthy response.

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  11. chattykerry says:

    I have been pondering EQ recently and your post piqued my interest. Recently I wrote about a contract where I was surrounded by my new colleagues endless banal and malicious emotions. Then I read a scientific article about this current phenomenon. It would have been considered bad manners or tasteless to reveal all your emotions to your co-workers or even friends when I was younger. I agree with you that we can all learn to temper our emotions and perhaps have some courtesy to the person forced to listen…

    • Rising Star says:

      I am really sorry for what happened to you. It’s really been hard to bear such milicous bullying acts. It breaks our hearts and really makes us feel so bad. If we did not share these things to our trusted friends, it can have a bad effect on our minds. I will suggest you to share these types of emotions with your true friends but those who can understand your feelings and doesn’t make fool of you. Actually I’m writing another article for this type of emotions. If you permit me, I want to share your comment in my article as an example. It will be a honor for me if you permit me. I will not show your identity. Thank you very kind. Many Blessings.

  12. I have learned that the goal of meditation is to make the mind serviceable. And with that knowing, I see where you’re coming from. ❤️🦋🌀😉

  13. very inspiring post usefull thanks for sharing this info….



  14. POEETERNAL says:

    I need to learn to do this. I am learning to do this.

    • Rising Star says:

      This is so great idea. We all need to learn how to control our emotions and how it has an effect on our personality and our behaviors. Thanks PoeEternal for your time and honorable response.

  15. Emotions can defiantly be deceitful, great post!

  16. Rising Star says:

    Thank you very kind Akshaya, thanks for your valued feedback and time to my blog. Your response is very much appreciated and it really means a lot to me. Blessings.

  17. Shift your mindset and you’ll change your life:) it’s so true. Thanks this is a great post!

  18. TJBansk1 says:

    These tips are great. Thank you sharing! It’s a great reminder to myself to keep a positive attitude no matter what life throws at me.

    • Rising Star says:

      Thank you so kind dear for your time and honorable response to my blog. I just shared this post to motivate our people that we must always try to control our emotions and make sure that that our mind is strong enough then our emotions. We can take a sensible decision with our mind but not emotions. I believe that positive attitude will make you more stronger. Negative attitude always makes us weak.

  19. natuurfreak2 says:

    Wat een toffe en interessante blogpost.

  20. Very good post on one’s emotional habits. But most of your advise is easier said than done. Perhaps a little less caffeine would help control emotions. Mary Poppins said a little bit of sugar helps the medicine go down.

    • Rising Star says:

      Thanks mam for your kind words. You are right that it’s not an easy to control emotions. But it’s the requirement to ourselves and our relationships healthier.

  21. Rising Star says:

    Sir Thank you so kind for your wonderful support to my blog. You have showered me by your kindness & no words can show how much I am grateful to you for your support. Stay blessed Sir.

  22. Truly a great read 😎👌

  23. Ms Curly says:

    I like what you wrote and I believe it will be useful for me.

    • Rising Star says:

      Thank you so much Ms Curly for your time and kind words. It really means a lot to me. I wish and hope it might help you in future. It will be a honor for me if I could add values to someone’s life.

  24. Rising Star says:

    Really Anand, you have boosted up my inspirations level with your response. It means a lot to me. It has very positive impact on mind when someone likes your work and you got any appreciation. Thank you so much for your kind words and best wishes.

  25. Bidisha says:

    Informative 🐬

  26. Lisa Coleman says:

    Great post! Positive vibes are always encouraged by me when others around me feel down. There is so much negativity in the world, but I supposed that we need it to have equilibrium. It really is about how you choose your mindset to be when bad things happen after you go through all the normal emotions to get to the sunshine. Keep writing those positive vibes!

  27. Very well explained and yes that’s true thoughts are making us and we unlock the skill of driving thoughts we can do anything.
    Stay safe and healthy

  28. Very well explained and yes that’s true thoughts are making us and we unlock the skill of driving thoughts we can do anything.

    Stay safe and healthy

    • Rising Star says:

      Thank you so much friend for your inspiring words. Your response really mean a lot to me🌹😌. Stay safe and healthy you too💝🤗. Have a wonderful Friday dear

  29. This is another one I love and bookmarked. I agree with you “No matter what is the situation, don’t let your emotions overpower your intelligence. Treat your emotions gently. Never suppress your emotions.” I would like to share your quote in my upcoming book and credit you. My book title is Healing From Within.

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