You can control your emotions …
I’ll show you how and why you should control your emotions.
By realizing what your emotions are, you can also see where they come from and what kind of emotions they are.
There are no good or bad emotions, as we usually think or categorize what we feel. There are emotions that can be more or less pleasant. Each one has a specific function and all are required.
FEAR: it is an emotion called a “contraction reaction”. Is a reflexive emotion and its function is to warn us about the presence of a danger, either to do or to cause us harm
Fear allows us to assess what capacity we have to deal with situations that we perceive as threats. If we learn to first know and manage fear later, we experience prudence and we will avoid panic or phobia.
SADNESS: it is also called contraction and is the most reflexive of all.
Sadness always evokes something that happened in the past, a memory, and its function is to help us to be aware of something, situation or person that we miss or miss. Sadness also serves to let go and let go of what does not belong to us or makes us ill, and causes others to accompany us, preventing us from becoming very vulnerable or dependent.
RAGE: it is the 2nd emotion of more expansive character. It is an impulse, a way to get something or someone “up”, to send out what annoys us, what we believe to be unfair or what is doing us wrong. It involves an overload of energy, it can help us fulfill the fulfillment of what we want, or else it assures us of the sense of threat.
We should not take it to the extreme, since instead of using the positive part of this emotion, which leads us to cleanse what is negative, we run the risk that it in itself becomes so negative that we run the risk of doing harm to others Or ourselves.
JOY: Emotion of an expansive character, helps us to create bonds with the others.Joy can be manifested in various ways, the most frequent being tenderness, sensuality and eroticism. If we manage well the joy, we can reach the serenity and the fullness. If we do not know how to handle it well, it will lead us to sadness, euphoria or frustration.
Once we are aware of our emotions and learn to live with them, it will be simpler to realize that they are all important to our lives and that we can control them.