How I freely express my emotions
My emotional intelligence is quite strong and I express my emotions freely without a sign of disconnection from my senses or stability. This mostly involves handling my emotions for them to serve–rather than maybe undermine the person(s) I’m dealing with. I try not to “manage” or rather suppress the emotive feelings, but instead I pause for some time enough and put into consideration ways in which I communicate my entire feelings which makes me better off afterwards.
Also, I frequently depict some empathy which brings me closer to everyone I come into contact with, and though there is a possibility of going overboard, I at times when showing my empathy weaken my ability to talk or respond at the moment.
Whom I express myself freely to
I mostly express myself more freely and with independence to my male best friend. This is highly attributed to my discern for self-expression. I previously learnt that self-expression holds the power to change and transform my life. By doing so, I realize that I can as well live my life in alignment with who I’m, and authentically express this to the world.
For me I realized this transcends down from my family as well as the cultural background which makes it easy for me to express myself to my close confidant(s). Subsequently, I’m always amazed at how profoundly this perspective of expression had been lifting me, something that happens on the background without my realization.
Apparently, this attribute is not for everyone. This is highly caused by fear , can be due to fear and also not even knowing ways of doing it. So, every so often, people try to fit in among the masses which consequently results to inner tension.
I rarely express my emotions to my family members. This is because I consider their judgement a little too harsh, critical and unrealistic. Also, their behaviour of labelling my expression in an unpleasant manner before renders it hard for me to forget about it and the fear of being judged again even as time passes by. Therefore, I consider expressing myself freely to friends since they have a capability of seeing us more open-mindedly than we may see or perceive ourselves. Aforementioned implies that there is bigger chance that they may tell or express to me something that I could not realize about yourself.
How comfortable I’m with my emotions
I tend to think that being ok is feeling contented with my life, or maybe a
I’m just at peace or little bored. But on the other hand, I tend to misquote my “comfortable emotions” with something I don’t like. These include my contentment, happiness and peace which describe “Ok” emotions which I’m comfortable in experience and what I would want to experience more in my life.
In addition, my uncomfortable emotions are mostly the feelings I do not like to have an experience with including shame, embarrassment, feeling of guilt or feeling hurt. The problem here is that I tend to judge them and as a consequence doesn’t not want to further explore them. Hence, I push them away by trying to minimize them while finding alternative ways to get rid of the uncomfortable feelings. But in the long run, I have learnt to label my comfortable and uncomfortable emotional experiences by finding out what the emotions are exhibiting to me.
Impact of emotions on your daily interpersonal relationships
Taken together, the impact of emotions to my routine interpersonal relations is controlled by my personality traits which as well causes an impact on my health along with my psychological outcomes. Consequently, I undergo screening besides anxiety management programs which mainly focused on my personality traits thus improving my mental health in the long run. Thus, by raising my Emotional Intelligence, I’m able to distinguish my emotional patterns besides altering my behaviors to well contain my emotions. Aforementioned is extremely imperative when putting into consideration the interpersonal relationships and how to handle them.