Are your personal emotions affecting your relationship?
Everything in life is about what you feel ...
If you’re experiencing positive emotions, that’s great … This is a non-problem status. Enjoy your life!
If you’re feeling negative emotions … you are emotionally constipated and experiencing the physical effects of negative emotion (stress).
Personal emotions represent bodily feelings experienced as arousal of the nervous system. Stress involves an emotional reaction, especially a reaction involving negative emotions. No one else can experience your feelings in the same way that you do. An implication of this fact is you have to be responsible for your feelings. They are not happening to anyone else. No one can make you angry except yourself.
Personal emotions are generated to signal a need. But how are emotion states generated? Research has provided arguments for and against what comes first – a feeling or a thought. Some writers argue that feelings are more important than cognition in determining attitudes. It has been quoted:
Since feeling is first, (he) who pays any attention to the syntax of things will never wholly kiss you.
It’s actually quite common for you to be ruled more by your emotions when situations in your relationship are out of control.
Personal emotions are a part of your overall emotional health.
Do you have too many negative emotions and not enough positive emotions?
Knowing how to control your emotions is one of the most important steps in rebuilding your relationship.
When you’re trying to fix your relationship but your emotions are out of control, you will always end up fighting. It’s time to get some professional help.
You can change this today.
I can help you to:
- Grow your emotional skills – emotional skills are far more important than any functional skill in achieving a high level of peace and calm within oneself.
- Know your emotional style – your emotional style effects how you react in emotional situations.
- Understand your emotional brain – learn how your brain effects your personal emotions.