Self-knowledge reduces the barrier between reason and emotion
How many times before certain situations or problems we present, we present certain reactions and then we do not understand why? When we know each other in depth, we learn to distinguish which emotions direct our daily actions.
We do not realize it, but since the first years of life we have developed as a form of defense mechanisms that prevent us from coming into contact with very strong emotions sadness, loneliness, happiness, pain, anguish) as a form of protection.
However, we become so protected that there comes a time when it becomes very difficult to perceive which emotions are evoked during everyday events and why we take certain actions or actions
"Along with anguish, the person also bears the guilt of being always wrong and the insecurity about how to express emotions."
As a consequence of this built barrier, we have an empty and meaningless life, which is often experienced automatically and routinely. The negative point of living in this way is to listen only to the other, to follow external patterns and not to listen to our own will, opinion and need.
Who has access to their emotions but does not have the tools to deal with them, lives constantly the anguish of trying to silence them internally at any cost. Along with anguish, the person also bears the blame for being always wrong, insecurity about how to express emotions, fear of doing what he wants and against the other, the fear of being seen badly by society and being judged by his
Through self-knowledge it is possible to reduce the barrier between emotion and reason so that we are able to recognize and develop tools to deal with our abilities, emotions, desires, needs, sorrows, hurts and sufferings. Consequently, anxiety and anxiety are appeased and give way to security, maturity, tranquility, balance, self-esteem, and self-esteem.
If you are feeling distressed, hopeless, confused, sad or frozen, seek methods that can help you to develop self-knowledge, since it is fundamental for life to gain a sense and a new meaning.
Feeling of greater sadness - Anxiety, "chest tightness", empty - As if the "course" had been lost, the direction of life - Difficulty of feeling pleasure and joy - Problems in concentration - Alteration of sleep - Irritation and lack of patience. But if you have identified with any of the above, it does not mean that you have depression.
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