How Questions Can Help In Calming Intense Emotions

Today’s post continues with how our relationship pattern affects our ability to take care of and calm our emotions as well as impacts our self-worth.

This connection is to a large extent based on childhood experiences which also impacts our expectations of to what degree we can depend on and get help from others.

Last weeks’ posts were about how to develop our relationship pattern and hence emotional life by behaving in an opposite manner to get other results and to silently in your head say to yourself what you would have liked to say if you had the courage and were less scared.

Another way is to ask questions to get the perspectives of the other party and then giving yourself a thinking pause, if possible wait an hour – do not say or act impulsively. Use this pause to think about at least 3 alternative explanations to your worst fear and conviction. This will often change the intensity of your emotions.

More about how to develop our relationships, feelings and emotional life in coming posts.

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