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Why Do We Become Emotional Over Time?

Some people’s reactions to things in life become so strong that they over react, becoming overly fearful and emotionally upset. Their reactions are based on our past experiences and our beliefs and assumptions about things.

Some people react very strongly to things and then become extremely upset. They go out of their way to avoid things or even think things like, “This is too hard,” and just get extremely upset. I’ve spent my whole life with that person. I’ve even gone to a psychologist because it’s never going to stop.

However, I can assure you, there are at least 2 ways to stop having this reaction. The first way is you can become aware of what’s going through your head and what you’re projecting onto others. The second way to do that is to learn the difference between “emotions” and “things.” Emotions are actually very much like things in that they have a physical body where you can identify the shape and movement of that body. However, our emotions aren’t material bodies. Things are material (physical or otherwise), and emotions are just emotions. You can learn to become more aware of your reaction to things and find the difference between them. This is how I became more aware of my reaction to things to the point where my reactions didn’t hurt me anymore. That is a far more positive reaction than being over-reactive to things.

Why Do We Become Emotional Over Time?

There must be a reason we become upset every time we have to write a report on a project. I don’t think people have the intention to become upset. They just become upset because they’re not used to being able to just say, “Stop, here’s your project report.” It’s a natural reaction to having to do a project on something that you’re doing over and over.

We also become emotional over time because we can’t see beyond what feels like an immediate threat. We might fear the negative consequences of anything we do. People get overwhelmed in this way all the time. Even if we believe that our goal is to be the best at our jobs, it’s very easy to become emotional over anything that affects us or threatens our current situation. If we’ve had too much to drink there might be a hard time sitting still when things become critical. It’s not enough to be successful in the moment, you’ve got to be right a lot of the time .

It’s also hard to know how much to accept. I’ve gotten very upset at some people and I’ve always gotten upset at other more people. I’m still working on adjusting to this idea. There are too many things that can happen to be upset all the time. If you’re like me, you have to figure out the balance between accepting and adjusting and then adjusting and accepting again.

You have to learn how to do a little of everything. If you’re learning about writing reports, that means using your words, but writing is just scratching the surface. You’ve got to learn to do that while also being able to make decisions and take actions that will improve your situation. You also have to learn to make connections between things in your life and your situation in the world, so you’re not being overwhelmed by everything.

One last thing about this, while you become more and more aware and better at handling this type of reaction, you also have to learn to deal with what happens when you don’t. There are times when the reaction can be very destructive.

If that happens, you have to be able to control it because it can be very destructive. There are times when you have to accept the reaction, but learn to deal with it when the other guy doesn’t get angry, or even when he doesn’t get angry and you get upset. There are also times when you don’t have to accept it, but you’ve got to learn to accept it because it is a reaction and that means you can’t stop and just be like “I don’t know what to say.” These are tough and sometimes destructive things to learn.

The first time you don’t feel like responding to someone is not always a failure, so make sure to keep practicing and make progress. You also have to make a decision to accept whatever happens. When you do, the reaction doesn’t stop and you don’t get stuck feeling like we’re being attacked or attacked from the wrong direction. It also means that you learn very quickly to respond to the situation in a way that doesn’t change the situation.