Pretend You’re Fine?
so when I was little I was scolded by parents … but I didn’t cry right away. buried in the heart. the most pout … the next day fine again to parents. even though … everything wasn’t finished yet. I save that annoyance … so it happened with the previous events. so the habit..spress is okay..but it’s not okay. how do you overcome it? so it carried over to now
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The habit of harboring feelings actually is not a disorder or a problem in the psyche as long as it does not cause any disturbance in the functioning of your daily life (meaning you can still work well, you can still socialize well, you can still take care of yourself properly). However, harboring feelings too often can cause you to feel mentally exhausted. The following are some things you can try to do:
Learn to express your thoughts and feelings. Staying still won't solve the problem, so you can start learning to express little by little. Also harboring frustration with someone will not make that person change their behavior. Sharing your frustration with that person might help the person turn into a better person. If you have difficulty expressing your thoughts or feelings directly with related people, you can start by expressing your thoughts and feelings to the people closest to you (such as your friends or your spouse or someone you trust). If you are still having difficulty expressing your thoughts or feelings to the people closest to you, you can try to start writing a diary or journal to at least relieve your feelings. If this habit of harboring feelings makes it difficult for you to concentrate on your daily activities, makes it difficult for you to study or work, makes you unable to socialize or establish close relationships with others, you should check yourself with a psychiatrist or psychologist so you can further evaluation and management.
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