EMOTIONS

Emotions or emotional pain may cause a conflict of responses to situations that affect you internally or externally. In addition, it can affect your communication, behaviour, learning and motivation. As a result, you might feel sad and become demotivated. You might also withdraw from social circles without communicating your needs. As a psychogtherpist I can help you break the cycle of negative emotions to regain happiness, wellbeing and healing.

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Emotions can also prevent you from thinking positively, disrupt your personal life, work, or social groups. Above all, it brings internal conflicts of unpleasant feelings.

Unhelpful negative thoughts can cause you to feel powerless or hopeless often leading you to draw away or avoid people that results in confusion.

 

Some of the symptoms of Emotional Pain and Internal Conflict are…

  • Avoiding people or social situations

  • Increase anxiety or stress

  • Eating disorders

  • Diarrhoea

  • Dizziness

  • Headaches

  • Self-harm

  • Suicidal thoughts

  • Lack of motivation

  • Negative intensified emotions

  • Difficulty in making decisions

 

Certainly, emotions can be problematic if it begins to affect you over time or prevent you from resolving conflicts. For example, in your relationship, you may experience anger, guilt, sadness, anxiety, depression, stress or even frustration. This may become part of your daily living which can affect your behaviour, concentration, and skills. In extreme cases, emotions can affect your physical health and emotional wellbeing.

 

In some cases, feelings of emotional pain may lead to physical symptoms. Such as eating disorders, diarrhoea, stomach upsets and emotional symptoms of headaches, muscle pain, nausea, and others. Causing your physical pain to worsen and spread to various parts of your body.  Although these symptoms are different, one cannot help thinking that there are interconnected.

 

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