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How To Overcome Emotional Challenges



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How to overcome emotional challenges. “I am bent, but not broken. I am scared, but not disfigured. I am sad, but not hopeless. I am tired, but not powerless. I am angry, but not bitter. I am depressed, but not giving up.” We get that quote from HEALTHYPLACE.COM and we think it’s the perfect thing to start our video about embracing your emotions.

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Do: Accept Emotions------------------------- 1:31
Don't: Become Too Anxious-------------- 2:38
Do: Exercise----------------------------------- 3:12
Don't: Blame----------------------------------- 4:08

Training Method Number 1: Combat Anxiety ------------------ 5:11
Training Method Number 2: Be Grateful------------------------- 5:31
Training Method Number 3: Smile--------------------------------- 6:33
Training Method Number 4: Do Something Nice------------- 7:19
Training Method Number 5: Change Your Language------- 8:13



Do: Accept Emotions. A part of overcoming intense emotional issues is to let those problematic feelings in. What we're saying is to embrace them wholeheartedly, or in the very least look them in the metaphorical eye. Author BETH KURLAND explains it like this: "Imagine that you’re opening the door and welcoming your emotions in, to come and have a seat somewhere in the room. You can picture this seat as close to or as far away from you as you’d like. From this perspective, you can take a gentle and curious look at what is there."

Don't: Become Too Anxious. While we're supposed to accept our emotions, we can't let them take over our lives. This is especially true when it comes to anxiety. Anxiety is a very powerful feeling and can ruin just about any one's life. PSYCHOLOGY TODAY explains the difficulties of anxiety like this: "Rampant anxiety ruins our equilibrium, colors our mood, and makes all the already hard tasks of living that much harder." We're going to talk a little later in the video about all the ways you can overcome anxiety, so stay tuned in order to learn that.

Do: Exercise. One of the best things you can do when you're faced with an emotional crisis is to go out and exercise. 8 FIT.COM explains the emotional connection between physical activity and our feelings like this: "Working out leads to changes in your brain, such as increased blood flow and the creation of new neural pathways.

Don't: Blame. One of the worst things you can do in a situation where you're feeling intensely is to blame. Think about it– your ex probably isn't seeing a new person to make you feel depressed (unless they're a real jerk, in which case you shouldn't get upset about them anyway, because, you know, they're a jerk). So you shouldn't blame other people for the way you feel, it just makes you lose control and with that, you spiral and spiral and suddenly, you're in that hole again. You also shouldn't blame yourself.

Training Method Number 1: Combat Anxiety. We talked earlier about not letting anxiety control your life, however, this can be easier said than done. As we said, it's a powerful emotion and can affect every little thing in our lives. However, we're here to share some tips on combating this awful, striking feeling.

Training Method Number 2: Be Grateful. This is really hard because it sucks being grateful for the cruddy hand you've been dealt in life. However, even PSYCHOLOGY TODAY says it's one of the best ways to overcome negativity.

Training Method Number 3: Smile. Again, this may seem like something that's incredibly hard, especially when your life seems like it's going down hill. However, it's actually a psychological method to trick your body into happiness.

Training Method Number 4: Do Something Nice. Speaking of brightening someone else's day, the best way you can feel good about yourself is to do something nice for someone else. Spreading joy outwardly inevitably spreads joy inwardly, it's just science.

Training Method Number 5: Change Your Language. Language is a huge part of a person's positivity. Here are some examples of the everyday changes you can make to your language in order to become more positive:

"No problem" turns into: "Definitely!"

"Can’t complain" turns into "Everything’s going well, thanks"

"I’m exhausted" turns into "I need to rest"

"I forgot" turns into "I’ll make sure to set a reminder next time"

"Constructive criticism" turns into "Feedback"

"I missed you so much!" turns into "It’s so great to see you!"

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