Why is it important to understand your emotions?

Emotions have much more influence than we think. Even our lack of emotion affects us in specific ways. 


Failure to understand our emotions leads to a person not preventing their destructive effects in time, which has sad consequences. 


We react to events, words, and circumstances through the prism of our emotions. If we understand them, current events will be preserved, leading us to understand the world and the people around us. 


Let's cover a few examples:

Eight ways to overcome fear

FEAR is a normal physiological reaction necessary for survival.


Though many forms of fear exist, eventually, types of fear fall into two groups.

  • One: Triggered by our knowledge and awareness, for example, We know that reckless driving can cause a lot of trouble and often affect others badly.
  • Two: Phobias caused by overreacting to the unknown prompt us to overthink and predict a negative outcome. What triggers these? Our education, experience and upbringing are typical factors.


What will they think and say about me?

Fear of public opinion. It's one of the most common fears that prevent us from achieving what we want. 

When we start doing something new, for some reason, we care very much about what other people think about us, although they don't care what you do at all; they have enough problems of their own.

You can recognise this fear in yourself through the following symptoms:

I do not want to decide anything!

Oh, I do not want to decide anything; I want someone else to do this.

Do I want to? But I also want to find someone who will make decisions for me. 

I wanted to lie under a palm tree and drink a cold mojito, and my wallet was full of currency. The more I spend, the more I get. What a thrill! 

I also want to yell to my butler, "Jacques, Jacques. Where the hell have you been? I've got friends coming for dinner. Tell the cook to have quails ready by 6:00 and get me a 20-year-old semi-dry red wine. Oh, and have the pool cleaned."

The ability to say essential words!

The other day I heard an excellent dialogue between a mother and her 4-5 years old son. They were taking a long walk, and the child became cranky because he was tired of walking. 

The mother said, "Daniel, I'm tired too. It's also hard for me, but we must continue walking. As soon as you and I get home, we'll rest together. But, please, think about how you can help yourself now. You realize you have to go anyway, and it's up to you how and when you get there."