A Really Good CryA Really Good Cry

Are You Emotionally Unavailable? How To Control Your Emotions So They Don’t Control You

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When was the last time you cried?

For some, crying can be seen as a sign of weakness or vulnerability. Society often teaches us that showing our feelings, especially by crying, should be avoided or suppressed, especially in certain situations or if we want to appear strong.

But it's crucial to understand that crying is a natural and healthy way to release bottled-up emotions and stress. It's a physical response that helps us deal with different situations and emotions. Trying to hold back tears can negatively affect our mental and emotional well-being, possibly making us more stressed, anxious, or even physically unwell.

Today, let's talk about the positive effects of crying and releasing our emotions. Crying is not a sign of weakness, but rather an essential aspect of being human. It provides an avenue for emotional release, stress relief, enhanced mood, mental clarity, and deeper connections with others.

So, the next time you feel like shedding a tear, don't hold back. It's perfectly okay and can be quite beneficial for your overall well-being.

What We Discuss:

  • 00:00 Intro
  • 00:39 Story behind ‘A Really Good Cry’
  • 03:34 Crying and emotional release
  • 05:32 Embracing and processing emotions
  • 07:54 Emotions are signs from our body
  • 10:20 Recognizing and understanding your emotions
  • 14:02 Why do we suppress emotions?
  • 18:01 Signs and symptoms of trapped emotions
  • 22:19 Where do you carry your emotions?
  • 24:56 “Learn how to see people in the gray and live in the gray…”
  • 29:15 Other types of emotional release
  • 34:00 Be equanimous
  • 36:36 Different kinds of criers

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