MaleficentTop6074 t1_j9xenac wrote

Try emotional labelling.. It's a really simple technique that can be super helpful in managing your emotions. Basically, you just label your emotions in a clear and concise way. So, if you're feeling sad, you might say to yourself 'I'm feeling sad right now.' It might sound too simple to be effective, but research has shown that it can actually help reduce the intensity of your emotions and promote emotional regulation. And if you use specific language to label your emotions, like 'I'm feeling disappointed because I didn't get the job I wanted,' it can help you understand the root cause of your emotions and address them more effectively. It won't completely stop you from feeling emotions, but it can help you manage them better. Give it a try and see if it works for you! Also, try positive affirmations. repeating affirmations like "I am strong" or "I am capable," you can build a more positive self-image and reduce the impact of negative emotions.