I'm an extremely emotional person. What can I do to keep it under control?
What Guys Said 19
Because you are a girl and that's how many girls are. It has to do with the different biology of women. Women have different types and levels of chemical hormones (serotonin, oxytocin e. t. c) to men. I did it in my psychology class in my 1st year back in Uni. Can't remember most of it now. Don't worry it's quite normal.
It depends on what you use your emotions for. You can channel them to love, compassion, empathy, and caring for others.
Or you can be a nag and be fueled by negative energy. No one can help you, its a personal choice a lot of women have to make at some point in their life.0
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I understand, I am also a very emotional person (being a male) and that's is not considered a good thing in the society, but hey society doesn't rule your life, you rule your own life :) .. I've learned that before reacting to anything (whether it makes you sad or hurt or angry), a person needs to think why or how did such thing happen? and then find the root of the problem related to it and destroy it.. don't dwell into it.. I used to dwell into it and it just made me kept thinking and I started self-pitying.. but not Everytime your wrong, so first think of why it did happen, if it did happen because of a reason related to you then I suggest you talk about it with that person directly, but if it has nothing to do with you then you stay calm and enjoy every moment of your life :) .. it's simple.. there's a saying that " we humans, tend to make things:
the choice is yours.. "
And also find a person to talk to like family members or a best friend that you can trust.. talk to them, express yourself to them and then trust me you'll feel great and happy that someone guides you and listens to you :)0
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try to be more conscious about how much of ur emotions go to who and what, try to be more honest with yourself. and definitely be more open or have someone to speak ur mind to. I'm always open to talk, just on different apps lol. PM here isn't the best0
Learn to spot in advance when your feelings risk going out of control, and take a distance at the right moment.0
Understand that that is all it is - just feelings. Women as a whole tend to put too much stock in their roller-coaster of feelings, that everyone should know about them. Consider it's just your feelings, nothing more.0
Learn coping mechanisms, like breathing techniques when the feeling arises.
But ultimately, you need to find the source of your feelings and take ownership of them.0
well, first, I think you have to make a conscious effort to not react to things
and to think through your reactions to events that take place.
and that's the key, thinking of things as just a sequence of events that have a comic value. true maturity is when you could laugh at your misery and smile like a fool.0
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write it all down in a journal.0
I'm a very emotional person so my advice is think positive.0
Oh sometimes im being emotional person , but then im wtihning the "Real life" . Thats makine me so serious after than0
Once you grow up a bit you'll get rid of that tendency.0
Not be emotional0
What Girls Said 7
Honey I'm highly emotional too.
Everything has a good side and a bad side so use your emotions for good things like being compassionate and empathetic, and avoid overreacting although I myself also end up doing it at times lol. In case you're afraid you're getting overly emotional that might get things worse, avoid talking more. Sometimes when I'll overly angry, I whisper curse words in foreign languages to relieve myself without making a drama.
Do what works best for you and never let your emotions be your weakness. Stay strong a love yourself the way you are. :)0
I have the same issue but I guess you just have to learn not to take everything so seriously. If you hear an insult about you, ignore it and remind yourself about your positive qualities. Basically whenever you feel yourself getting overly sensitive and sad think of something really happy and positive. Also, think about it this way. Whenever I start to get really emotional about something I think to myself "is this life threatening? Is this something that's going to affect me in 10 years? 20?" And usually it's something that's not. Like if someone says something behind my back it hurts and I'll get anxiety and act different around my friends and get emotional. But then I think "in ten years is one thing someone said about me going to impact my life still?" And then it makes it a little easier to get over it0
And see a councellor.
Helps for me.0
Me too twinsies 🤚🏻🤚🏻🤚🏻🤚🏻🤚🏻0
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