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How to Handle Emotions Smartly ?
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Being emotional does not make you a coward or weak person,  it can be your biggest strength if you handle them smartly.

Here are 4 tips for all who think that their emotions are the biggest hurdle behind their happiness.hope they will definitely help you out.

So just love yourself, believe in yourself and stand tall for yourselves always.

 

1) Don’t waste your feelings.

Life is too short to waste your time feeling things for people, who aren’t even worth the energy. Speaking from experience, it is both emotionally draining and pointless when you care so much for others who don’t even care about you. Sometimes it’s good to be selfish and consider yourself before investing so much in others. Start the selective process of eliminating people and things that leave you emotionally drained. In other words, don’t jump oceans for people who wouldn’t jump puddles for you.

2) Control your emotions.

Don’t let them control you. It’s okay to feel things. But it is not okay to let them rule your life. When you let emotions take over, you tend to make rash decisions that you may end up regretting in the long run. Believe me, there is nothing worse than having regrets about something that could’ve been prevented.

3) Talk.

It’s always useful to talk about your feelings. By doing this, you can release any pent-up emotion that you were afraid of ever letting out. Also, it helps you understand yourself a bit more. You begin to question why you feel the way you do and it helps to put things into perspective. I can remember countless times when I’d be crying and talking (more like shouting) to my sister about what was making me upset and by the end of my rant, I’d be like ‘hold on, this is kinda stupid if you really think about it’. So talk about your feelings for the sake of your own sanity 🙂

4) Be free to feel.

Be angry. Be happy. Be sad. Fall in love. Don’t hold back. You will find that people will condemn and criticise the fact that you feel way too much and you wear your heart on your sleeve. But it’s better than being cold-hearted and fighting what you feel. Being emotional has its ups and downs but it’s a part of what makes you who you are. Don’t be afraid to feel what you feel. I mean, a good cry is always healthy now and again.

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