The practice of allowing is very important here. These feelings are not fun. Our natural human reaction is to want to push them away, run from them, or distract ourselves through any means possible. For me, remembering that you feel the feeling, but you are not the feeling can be helpful. It reminds me that feelings are temporary. They will swell up like an ocean wave, potentially crashing over your head, but then like all waves they will wash onto shore, settle and recede back into the sea.
Once you can notice and name the physical sensation and articulate the emotion behind it, the next step is to open your mouth and communicate this experience to your partner (friend, family member, co-worker, etc). I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, you are only responsible for you and what and how you say it, you are not responsible for the other person’s emotions or reactions. You are communicating with kindness (and not reactivity), but you are speaking your truth. You deserve to be heard, you deserve to be seen, and your emotions deserve to be recognized.
… artificial scarcity, it can only mean something like: “I impoverish people.” Such a life will lack meaning, happiness, and purpose won’t it? Those are things we gain when we genuinely improve the lives that we touch, because human beings are governed by empathic resonances in the heart, as much as we don’t like to admit it.