Emotions seem to be only for a moment, meaning nothing more than the short-lived state in which they are aroused. But this is not the case. Emotions affect not only our behavior but also our perception of the situation and our thoughts.
In today’s context, the influence of emotions on well-being is very clearly reflected. When a person’s basic needs (the need for security) are threatened, when we live in anxiety, when we lose our normal way of life, when uncertainty persists, a person’s emotional state mercilessly declines. How to help yourself, says a psychologist and consultant Julia Yaroshevich.
First, no matter how difficult it may be, we must try to understand / adjust ourselves to the fact that we now live in a completely new environment where we have no experience of how to live and work in these situations. But for Matching We must study this.
Second, understand that all your emotions are normal. The main task is to identify in a timely manner what your feelings say about your condition.
If you are upset, ask yourself:
– How do I feel now?
– Why do I feel that way?
– What can I do to help myself?
Third, for Improving emotional state, It is important for us to communicate with “safe” people. These are relatives, friends, and like-minded people. We communicate with the good.
It is also important to remember that physical activity has a positive effect on our mental and emotional state. It is possible to exercise at least during the day – this is good.
Finally, for defense PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) Your brain should be loaded not only with news but also with other activities: learning something new, reading a book, drawing, etc.
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