Emotions and Feelings

Emotions and feelings are central to our life. Emotions  helped humans evolve and survive by changing the way we react to and think about our environment. Positive and negative emotions create patterned responses in both individuals. They allow us to exist and achieve the fullness of our personality by motivating us towards that which is good.

Emotions, difficult to describe, yet still remain the universal language of the human race. No matter how esoteric emotions may seem, people must strive to truly comprehend them if they ever wish to live happy and fulfilling lives.

Probably one of the greatest oversights in understanding emotions is believing that emotions are instinctual. In our society of today, stress plays a big role in our daily lives. Stress is what moves us, and it can also be what harms us. Yes, stress is what motivates us to do things efficiently, but it is also what can cause serious diseases to occur such as heart disease or cancer. Stress comes upon all of us, especially those who have responsibility. Whether we have a final paper due in four hours, just failed an exam, or lost our job, it all plays a great role in our life and it can seriously affect us for the future.

The emotions of the body are what contribute to stress. If a person is having a ordinary boring day, then they will have very low stress levels. But, if a person is having a miserable day or even one full of fun you will see that their stress levels are high.

Frustration is a big word. It is the root of many sicknesses that include Depression, Panic Attacks, Stress, and many other unhealthy emotional sicknesses. It is an emotion that can trigger long term thoughts that will damage your mind for a long time. Frustration is an emotion that shouldn’t be taken easily. It doesn’t sound dangerous, but long exposure to it will damage emotional thoughts. How does frustration form? Well, it can start from emotional stress.

When bullies pick on you, naturally a sense of fear and disliking forms in your brain. This constant ruffianism can soon turn into frustration of thoughts about thinking. These will all lead to mild cases of frustration. Another way of picking up frustration is if you are doing badly at work, and you are under the threat of getting fired. This is another example of getting frustrated.


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