Can you borrow a feeling? What if I told you that we can’t rely on logic or rational thought to make decisions and solve problems in our lives. This might sound crazy, but there is some truth to it. One of the most important things that we can do for ourselves is tap into our intuition, which helps us feel what others are feeling and know what they want. It also gives us access to an emotional wellspring of creativity and wisdom. In this blog post, we will explore how emotions affect our decision-making process as well as provide tips for how you can integrate your intuition more into your life!
First off, let me give you a little background information about myself so that my credentials are clear. I am a licensed therapist who has been working in the mental health field for over twenty years. During my time as an educator, writer and consultant, I have helped people find their inner voice, tap into their intuition and set effective boundaries to create healthier lives.
My first job was teaching English at Riverside Community College where they had me teach everything from poetry writing to public speaking. After that, I moved on to work with clients both one-on-one through therapy sessions or more broadly by providing workshops on topics like anger management and how emotions affect our self-image. Right now, you might be wondering why someone would want help understanding themselves better when so many of us feel lost already! The answer is fairly simple: we are all capable of living richer, more fulfilled lives.
I can help you find your way to a better understanding of the world and yourself by helping you explore how emotions work and what they do for us as humans. My goal is to provide tools that will make it easier for people to identify when their feelings are telling them something important so they can act on those intuitions instead of going against them unintentionally or neglecting them completely. I hope this blog post was useful in getting an idea about my approach!
My Approach: I believe that each person has his or her own unique emotional needs and desires, which should be honored without judgment from others – even if these needs don’t align with current social expectations. This means respecting individual boundaries , honoring personal preferences, and allowing for the expression of individual emotion.
My Purpose: I want to help listeners feel more connected with themselves so they can experience greater peace in their lives and a sense of empowerment over how emotions impact them.
I Believe You Should Feel Free To Express Yourself Emotionally Without Fear Of Judgment!
If you are in a situation where your emotions and needs aren’t being honored, I can offer some guidance on how to communicate your feelings without feeling judged. If we’re brave enough to be honest with others about what’s bothering us, they might understand more of our perspective and respond better in the future!
We can all learn to recognize and accept our emotions, embrace them as a part of who we are, and find the courage to be true to ourselves.
I also believe that there is power in intuition – it’s an essential skill for navigating life without fear or worry. By trusting your gut feelings you can avoid many pitfalls along the way! | Author: Fiona Woodson LMSW
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A final tip for how to communicate feelings without judgment is by taking some time before you speak. Taking deep breaths and counting down from ten can help us release any tension that’s built up. When we’re ready, it will be much easier to have a rational conversation with someone else about what bothers us!
Don’t forget to be light-hearted about it, too. Discussions can get heated and there’s nothing wrong with a little humor! Just don’t laugh in someone else’s face or act like you’re not listening when they talk — that can really hurt someone’s feelings!
What do you think? What have been your experiences communicating emotions without judgment? Share your thoughts on the blog by leaving comments below!
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Can I Borrow a Feeling?
Emotions and the Power of Intuition
“Ted about it, too. Discussions can get heated and there’s nothing wrong with a little humor! Just don’t laugh in someone else’s face or act like you’re not listening when they talk — that can really hurt someone’s feelings!” -Sally Mason-Lavitt Better Than They Ever Expected (BTE) Foundation Director, “The Healthy Soul Program.” What do you think? What have been your experiences communicating emotions without judgment?”
Simply put, your emotions can be contagious. A recent study published in the journal Evolutionary Psychology indicates that when we see someone’s negative facial expression, our own mood becomes more negative and we are less able to experience positive feelings from other stimuli (i.e., a joke). In contrast, seeing someone happy makes you feel happier as well!
It is important to remember that there is power in empathy – meaning understanding what another person might be going through and being patient with them during their tough time. Understanding how an individual may have experienced something can help us understand why they would react differently than others do.”
Sally Mason-Lavitt Better Than They Ever Expected (BTE) Foundation Director,”
What can we learn from this? When seeing someone’s negative facial expressions, our own mood becomes more negative. Seeing someone happy makes you feel happier as well! It’s also important not to judge a book by its cover: it could just be the “gloomy” day talking. Let people talk about their feelings without judgement so that those who are struggling can feel supported.
“In empathy – meaning understanding what another person might be going through and being patient with them during their tough time. Understanding how an individual may have experienced something can help us understand why they would react differently than others do.”