Letting your emotions pop!!


There are times you indulge and there are times you don’t. Be it emotions, moods or your feelings.

At times you want to make a difference with your actions, other times you are scared to and there are times that you are forced to. All these different scenarios and their consequences can have varying effects on our emotions. It can either be good or bad depending on the situation likewise, but when they do get expressed negatively, they might come flooding out like the breakdown of a dam.

When we do try our best and do not get the results we expect, we are disappointed at ourselves. We do not explicitly address the disappointment but go ahead and get it out in the form of anger, directed at ourselves but in most cases, aimed at the people around.

Then comes the time when you are scared but forced to do it for the sake of yourself or the people close to you. Its either a success or a failure. But in both cases your nervousness and incapability of knowing the future, force you to let your emotions brew until some moment presents itself, to be a slave for your tirade. Success in the matter can put you at ease, but the experience you went through is not easily forgotten.

Letting your emotions get the best of you might give you a sense of calm for the first few minutes when it all comes crashing down. But when the waters clear, if you havent fixed the problem already, it is not going to repair itself. Even if you have found success, you might have earned it at a price of losing people close to you.

The next time you want to hold it all in and keep going, just make sure you are going the right peaceful way.

Every day we have plenty of opportunities to get angry, stressed or offended. But what you’re doing when you indulge these negative emotions is giving something outside yourself power over your happiness. You can choose to not let little things upset you.
-Joel Osteen.


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