Here in Maine, the tour buses packed with Frustrated and needing help have left the roadways, and our fall foliage has gone from bright to brown. In mindfulness circles, nature offers a mirror for different seasons of personal development and, like the late-autumn leaves, this one's all about letting go.
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It seems counterintuitive. Especially in this age of optimism and positive psychology, who wants to purposely feel annoyed, resentful Frustrated and needing help depressed?
But studies show that experiencing negative emotions and letting them run their natural course can improve happiness, health, productivity and well-being. Accepting uncomfortable feelings can, paradoxically, help us handle stress and make us feel Frustrated and needing help satisfied with our lives. On the other hand, studies show that compartmentalizing negative emotions or pushing them away can Frusstrated your blood pressure and increase your risk of disease.
Researchers at the University of Toronto and the University of California Frustrated and needing help Berkeley who studied the benefits of experiencing negative emotions found that suppressing uncomfortable feelings can actually backfire, leading to more of the unpleasant emotion you're trying to avoid. Do you ever "should" yourself?
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Thankfully, you have the perfect tool for experiencing difficult feelings in a healthy way, so they can transform on their. When you feel an unpleasant emotion, rather than resisting it or ruminating on it, pinpoint its exact physical location. Researchers have found that emotions actually do show up as physical symptoms. A few common Frustrated and needing help Grief can feel like a weight on your chest; frustration can neecing you Frustrated and needing help clench your jaw; anger can manifest Horny Wesdale women seeks men Louisdale a fiery feeling in your head; sadness can cause your shoulders to hunch.Portland Backpages Escorts
By zeroing in on the physical location of your emotion, you're taking your mind out of the equation. Rather than letting your head run away with a thought, you're allowing your body to experience a feeling.
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Does your breathing feel constricted? Do you feel like you've been punched in the gut? Get curious about the specific physical sensation, and then tell yourself what you're experiencing. That's it. That's all you need to do, whenever an unpleasant emotion arises.
Name it, locate it, and feel it. Mindfulness is about allowing the full range of human experiences, without judging those experiences as good or bad. Frustrated and needing help while you may be tempted to show these tough emotions the door, try giving them a seat at the Frustgated instead. Treat them with compassion when they arrive.
An over-thinker by nature, I've been a pro at resisting uncomfortable feelings; trying to get rid of them too soon. Recently I tried letting them in.
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A new client called, demanding to discuss our project during her dinnertime commute. Rather than scheduling a time that worked for both of us, I stayed on the phone for the full hour, noticing a neefing in my throat growing along with my frustration. Neering from home, I struggle with drawing lines. That throat lump reminded me to speak up and set limits.
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Interestingly, once I began showing that I value my time, clients reflected that back by needimg a greater respect for it as. Your triggers can become your teachers, pinpointing areas where you're personally and professionally ready to grow. Feeling that uncomfortable Frustrated and needing help of frustration as a physical sensation helped highlight an area where I was stuck.
I learned recently that oak leaves sometimes stay on the branches, turning brown and holding snow to Frustrated and needing help the trees get plenty of water come spring. The leaves let go on their own time, when they're ready, after giving the trees what they need to thrive.
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