To manage overwhelming emotions, we can get busy on distracting activities, or we can work inwardly on ourselves. Both are effective, but learning to manage our emotions inwardly may have more long-term success.
Placement, process and concept
We can control anxiety by moderating our tendency to become attached to patterns and concepts that don’t suit.
Mental health and decisions: returning to flow
When anxious or depressed, we make worse decisions, or none at all. When back in flow, decisions flow more naturally.
Anxiety: the sanity gap
Whatever type of anxiety we experience, we can gain ourselves a sense of spaciousness and relief.
Mental health: the art of being alone
Being alone is not natural to a human. But we can learn the art if we have to, and even gain something constructive in the process.
Do we always accept the feelings flowing through us? Or do we hold them prisoner, locking them away and refusing to let them flow?
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