Skill #5: How Avoidance leaves you trapped in a struggle with emotions Do you make your anxiety worse? You probably don’t realize it, but most people get stuck in a struggle with their emotions. They feel like they have to fight against their emotions or their emotions will take over. But struggling against or avoiding […]
The truth is that we create much of our own suffering. Why is this knowledge awesome? If we can identify something we are doing to create our own suffering then we can fix it! We can take action to resolve the problem and come to peace.
Emotions aren’t just “Bad things that happen to us” they serve at least 3 important functions in our lives, and we have to honor the function of emotions if we want to process through them.
A Nonjudgmental attitude toward emotions has been shown to be the most effective trait of mindfulness to help prevent depression and anxiety. A Non-judgmental attitude means describing your emotions instead of judging them.
You can change your life with how you use your words. In this video, the first of 30 skills in my emotion processing course, you’re going to learn how to get better at feeling by getting better at naming your emotions.
Emotion Processing is a system you can go through to regulate and resolve your emotions. In this video you’re going to learn what emotion processing is, what gets in the way of it, and how you can start to learn to work through your emotions so they don’t build up in a harmful way in your life.