Understanding Emotions

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EMOTIONS 101: What are emotions? 4 Therapist-Tested and Approved Tips

When it comes to emotions, as a psychotherapist I often hear some version of these phrases from clients: “I have so many emotions – it gets overwhelming”, “I don’t have emotions”, “What do I do with this emotion”, or “Emotions are a sign of weakness.” Have you ever said or thought of some of these […]

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Understanding Your Emotions – What I Am Feeling and How Therapy Can Help

Becoming the expert on your emotions Listening to Your Body You’re body tells you a lot. But with the hustle and bustle of everyday life it’s easy to miss something it’s saying. This could be missing a cue from your body that you’re on the verge of getting sick or that you’re exhausting yourself. This

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Mastering Your Emotions – Anger Management

Understanding the emotion – anger Anger can feel like it came out of nowhere, like you went from 0-60 and even you don’t know what happened. In reality, this didn’t come out of nowhere you just weren’t aware of the signs your body was giving you. Effective anger management means paying attention to your anger

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Overcoming Depression Through Behavioral Activation

In the realm of mental health, depression can cast a shadow over everyday life, sapping energy, enthusiasm, and the motivation to engage in once-cherished activities. Amidst the challenges of navigating this emotional terrain, there exists a powerful approach known as Behavioral Activation, which offers a ray of hope for those combating depression. This therapeutic method

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5 Quick Tips to Learn How to Identify Your Emotions

Physical​ ​sensations:​ Feelings typically involve a body reaction, such as increased heart rate, changes in breathing, sweating, trembling and even shaking. Examine your physical response to the situations. Recognize the change in the body. Is there tightness in your chest, sinking feeling in your stomach, or increase in your body temperature? Location:​ Recognize where you

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