Often Upset When Embarrassing Events That Have Been Experienced.?
Good night. I want to consult about my condition for the past few years. I often get annoyed and suddenly say certain words (sometimes harsh words) also accompanied by certain movements when memories of embarrassing things that I’ve experienced appear. I find it increasingly difficult to control what I do. Is this one of the mental illnesses? Or is this something that I don’t need to worry about? Thank you in advance.
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Emotions can be anger, upset, happy, or sad is a reasonable condition that certainly everyone has experienced. In addition to physical health, emotional health is equally important to maintain. Actually, if you are upset about something with a clear weld, it is natural for everyone to hear it. But the way people express anger or other emotions will vary. That is where it is important for us to know how to control our emotions so as not to harm ourselves and others.
Emotions that need to be controlled are negative emotional expressions such as anger, sad upset. Here are some tips you can do to control these emotions such as:
Every time you face a problem that triggers negative emotional expressions such as anger and upset try to take a deep breath then close your eyes and calm down for a moment. Changing views on things, for example when there are things that make you angry and upset try to change views on those things for the better. Busy yourself with activities that make you happy so that you can restore positive emotions Establish communication with people around You are like family, friends who make you comfortable Doing meditation or yoga can be a way to manage stress and train you to control your emotions. Keep your body always getting enough rest so that the problem does not easily ignite emotions. certain symptoms, such as a very drastic change of mood from very sad to very happy or vice versa, feeling excessive fear, withdrawing from social life, often feeling very angry to violence, and experiencing delusional. Sometimes, this symptom is also accompanied by a physical disorder but without any obvious cause or cause. Usually this disturbance interferes with your activities and interactions with the environment and people around you.
You should not have to worry too much, instead you should have to know how to manage and control your emotions so as not to harm yourself or others.
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