Yes, most people are familiar getting so emotional we just lose control from time to time. However if you find yourself angry frequently, doing or saying something you later regretted and found it hard to think straight at times, as if the emotion had taken you over then you might want to do something about it and develop new patterns to controlling your anger and other emotions.
The fact that you’ve taken the time to write this question means that you’re aware you need to make a real change in how you deal with emotional situations.
Emotions can be very prevailing, and of course they can also be very helpful to us. They add diversity to your life, they let you know impulsively how you feel about something, and they can occasionally be an assets to remind you what you need to attend to in your life. Emotions like deep love and joy have motivated great writers and artists to yield their finest works for thousands of years.
Appreciated as emotions are, however, it’s undeniably important that you develop your capability to control them and keep them at a healthy level. When we respond very passionately to something, our instinctive brain starts to overtake the ‘thinking part’ of our brain, and we begin to react purely on instinct. And, in situations where unconscious behaviour may not be suitable, this can tip us to do very foolish things or cry to release the emotional tension.
Yes, this is something that can be discussed with a Clinical Hypnotherapist who can help you to develop tactics (habits) to get better and better control over your emotions, you’ll not only be able to be more calm in life, but you’ll be measurably healthier, happier and able to think clearly when confrontational situation arise or when you are stressed.
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