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3 Painful Emotions That Might Be Trying to Tell You Something

Try listening to your emotions instead of trying to fix them

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Most people use one of two strategies to cope with painful emotions:

  1. Fix it. The minute you start feeling anxious, for example, your negative and judgmental self-talk kicks in and you start arguing with yourself about why you shouldn’t

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Nick Wignall

Nick Wignall

Psychologist and blogger. I help people use psychology for meaningful personal growth: https://nickwignall.com

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