Techniques for dealing with emotions

Techniques for dealing with emotions . Dealing with emotions requires our own determination to improve our emotional expression for the better.

Which relies on regular practice. Techniques that will help in the practice are as follows.

1. Review our own emotional expressions. 

Consider what the consequences are and how it affects ourselves and others? If we feel that expressing some of our own emotions is wise, we should accept it and find a solution.    

2. Prepare to express emotions. 

By reviewing the situations that lead to emotion. How do we express our own negative emotions?

You should train yourself to be determined not to do anything if what we have done has had a negative effect and how to do it and adjust our expression differently and expressions that benefit us.

If such situations happen again at this stage, it requires knowing your emotions. If we do not know what happened, let it be stimulated until the emotional level is high.

3. Practice mindfulness when entering an emotionally stimulating situation. 

Make sure you know that you are having an emotion. Mood arising will push us to act the same and get the same result. Mindful not to do as you used to and will express as we have prepared.

Mindfulness is a good practice to keep track of our emotions, whether bad or good.

When entering an emotional situation, you will gain more sensitivity. When emotions begin to arise within ourselves, we begin to regain consciousness of how we intend to express this situation.

This practice requires our own determination but if you keep practicing yourself, you can improve your emotional abilities.

4. Practice self-relaxation. 

This is because entering an emotional situation makes you feel overwhelmed and unable to control yourself. Relaxation practice makes sense to think about what is going on. Look at it in a positive way and use more reason to express yourself.

When you can regain your senses and feel that you are being aroused with emotion. Great self-relaxation is to draw our own attention away from things that are arousing us. If we focus on your words, expressions and expressions, anger becomes more intense.

Examples of ways that can be used to calm yourself down while facing an emotional situation to control the emotional level include the practice of breathing by bringing attention back to the breath in and out of ourselves.

A deep, breath can be used in any situation. But requires self-training before because most of the time when you have an emotion, breathing is often faster and shallow. Which makes us even more moody. Or counting the emotional brakes, it is the mental arithmetic. Count to ten slowly may be accompanied by breathing.

5. Assess the situation and mood. 

See if you can control your emotions well or not. If you feel that you can control your emotions quite well, you can arrange the situation in front of us as intended. If you feel that your ability to control your emotions deteriorates, you may need to choose an exit from an emotional situation.

When you improved your emotional state, you returned to face a new situation. The problem is that sometimes pride can be overcome. Making it impossible to get out of the situation.

This will only exacerbate the problem. It should be practiced to adjust the thinking that the best solution to the problem is to fix the problem well and not overcome it.

Our own mind and behavior are not even affected by us but it can affect others too. So dealing with emotions it is a skill that can be developed as well as methods and techniques. Such as regulating negative emotions to have appropriate emotional expression. It is an emotional self-development that is essential to life.