Fleeting Moments of Intense Emotions

 

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Who says you should not feel bad, mad, angry or sad? These are very common amongst all of us. And not matter how much we try to put that happy face all the time, there would always come a time where we would rather be in some other universe or in another time just to get out of the world we live in where people hurt us and situation and circumstances could just drive us crazy.

 

Allow yourself to mourn over a lost loved one. Cry a river if you must. It is the only way to let it all out. But one thing that you must teach yourself is to bounce back and help yourself to get that natural high by being with people that invoke positivity.

 

Feel like throwing something? Do it! Just be careful though that you don’t hit someone or something valuable. Releasing tension through this may help. I think that people who could really let it out through this help themselves better than merely keeping all the emotions bottled up.

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Jenny Alano

Mother and Passionate Writer I had the realization of love in writing at an early age. Rediscovered the passion 20 years after and integrated the passion into an earning opportunity. "The simplest words may not be uttered by the lips....the lingering thoughts echo through my work."

5 thoughts on “Fleeting Moments of Intense Emotions”

  1. When a person who is very close to you hurts you at the time when you’ve no one but him then you feel why should I live and for whom. I can say about myself that I’m all alone and the people around me made me like this that I don’t care for any relationship, but still has respect for others. In addition, the most respectable person in my viewpoint is the one who respect the feeling of others.

    Touchy topic, makes me emotional, oops sry 🙂

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  2. friend, my ultimate problem.. I am numbed…. too much pain causes me not to cry. The death of my parents.. I did not shed a tear during the entire wake and the funeral. Everybody thinks “i am strong” the pain manifested with so much rashes all over me.

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    • Many reactions can be psychosomatic. One way or the other our emotions come out. Not crying does not mean you do not grieve. You just chose not to cry. The important part is that you process the event and how it affects you.

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      • that’s where the problem starts. I mourn for a long time. It was when I saw the grass were fully grown on my father’s grave when I “cry” hit me… so that’s how long those rashes lived on my skin too.

        You know I want to “cry” really cry… I cry over a Mc. Donald’s commercials why can’t I cry on “real” issues.

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