Emotional burst out and Me

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Have you ever experienced a turmoil of emotions riding in your head, and all you want is to expel it from your thoughts?

And finally, you end up doing is to be silent.

The thoughts subside for a while but keep stirring your emotional balance for a while.

It is hard to let go the thoughts, and it keeps killing you slowly like a slow poison. It always happens to me, that I am emotionally crunched and feel like devastated, unable to express my overdue feelings that I have arrested with my daily chores. For a moment I want to explode like a volcano, but all I do is become freeze like an ice, aching my own bones, with the coldness of my soul.

It is not just us, who feels this, even a smaller kid close to 3-4 years can feel it too. We all need to study the art of expelling the fury that we build inside us.  An interesting piece I heard from an elderly, is that piercing the ears can help to get your anger to subside. I wondered how, but it is said that ear contains certain nerves, that can help reduce this tension and help us focus more on other things, rather than bursting out in anger.

I don’t know how far it is true, as even with my both ears pierced my raging anger never walks away from me. It has befriended my soul, that it remains here like being thick friends.

Emotions play a vital role, attaining emotional stability is no ease. This hypersensitivity is more profoundly found in people who are highly empathetic, who can easily understand the other persons’ emotional feelings or suffering.

Letting your emotions flow out well is important to maintain the stability of your mind. It is better to deviate your mind, into some other things, to help you feel better.


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