Negative emotions can be defined as any feeling that makes you unhappy. These feelings make you despise yourself and others, as well as lower your confidence, self-esteem, and overall happiness. Hate, anger, jealousy, and sadness are examples of unpleasant emotions. These are a few strategies to get rid of negative emotions.

Start keeping a journal

Sometimes, when you are narrating the incident to someone you might yourself wonder if the incident happened in that particular manner. When you are telling three or four individuals about the same incident, your version of events significantly varies each time, to the point that you don’t know what happened at the end. I keep a journal as part of my routine. I’m not sure I felt that way at the time; I couldn’t process the thoughts I’d written down in the journal.

 So that’s how I see the past: it was shaped by people of various emotional states and perspectives. When we read a certain version of events, on the other hand, we believe it to be true. However, one person’s perspective is not the same as the other’s.

Notice when you want to experience an event differently.

 We’ve all witnessed people lying in their accounts of events. They recall the experience differently because they want to remember it differently. When we change your emotional experience and pretend it never happened, you have a strong desire to revisit it, which is harmful to your emotional well-being. It has an impact on all of us in some way. We change the story because we are overwhelmed by what is going on. We are disappointed with how things ended. As a result, we’d like to recall it in a new light. By doing so, you’re altering the way that event unfolded in the first place. Suppose someone badly treated you. Observe if you are recording the occurrence in your mind differently because you want to remember it differently. For example, whether someone treats you harshly, note if you say something like: He isn’t such a nasty person after all. In his heart, he is a good person.

If you aren’t good, don’t confess.

My observations of the structure of emotions and their function have led me to conclude that we all have a wide range of emotions. We cannot express our true feelings because we have learned to declare that we are doing great even when we are not; you believe that your ears will listen when you speak, and your confused emotions will make you feel fantastic. Just like water changing the water flow may cause flooding in the area or cause the stream to shift its course permanently. Similarly, changing your experience by ignoring your feelings will only lead to an emotional breakdown.

 

A crucial step you may take in your daily life is to avoid responding mechanically by saying that you are OK even if you are not. Instead, say: “Can’t say” rather than “Everything is fine.” It’s critical to recognize and notice what’s going on an emotional level. Because we have gone so far from ourselves, it will take at least 5 to 10 minutes to comprehend how you are experiencing. When an emotion overcomes us, a storm sweeps through our bodies, and it is only when the storm subsides that we can realize how we truly feel.

  How do you deal with negative emotions like anger and sadness?

 We must first recognize how we feel about a given circumstance. We must realize that honest answers are the best solutions because we are natural beings. I ask myself a question and receive a rapid response in these cases. I begin breaking the response into sections as soon as I receive it. You might, for example, be Curious. Curiosity can also include feelings of exile fear, which is also a type of curiosity. It could also entail sensations of worry and anxiety. You will only be able to settle down on your emotion after you have divided it into different parts. When you get in touch with your feelings, you’ll notice and recognize how many layers of emotions lie beneath that one emotion: curiosity. As shown above, curiosity is a combination of numerous feelings, including worry, fear, and uncertainty. To understand our feelings, we must employ the labeling process.

Completely express your emotions

To grasp the many emotions and acts, we categorize everything in life. However, if these labels are crossed, the natural straight can be experienced. Allow your feelings to reveal themselves by giving them time properly. I’ll conclude that full expression of emotions leads to full release, yet we don’t give ourselves enough time to experience or express our feelings truly. When speaking with someone to clarify a particular element, or to clear up a misunderstanding, for example, you may opt not to explain everything and keep it to yourself. This suggests you haven’t allowed yourself to adequately express your feelings. We must give ourselves permission to fully express or experience the emotion.

When was the last time you allowed yourself to heal from something properly? It would help if you remembered that you would bounce back, be restored, revise, and return to your original self once you have fully recovered. Do we, on the other hand, do it? No, we don’t get to that. What I mean is that the unique approach to dealing with your emotions is to give yourself permission to express and experience them completely. If anything enrages you, your heart will race, and your teeth will crush together.

How should you control your anger?

Allowing it to be fully expressed is simply attempting to liberate your thoughts of that anger; I’m not attempting to change it. People have extensive practice in anger management because they feel that anger must be managed. When people are furious, anger management instructors advise them to count from 1 to 10. This, in my opinion, is not a suitable method to deal with rage. I feel that anger is a sort of energy that your body was not prepared to handle. As a result, we need to express it fully. However, this does not imply that you should continue to dwell on the occurrence that caused your anger.

 You must also avoid expressing your anger by speaking rudely to the person who caused it. So, what’s the answer here? It would help if you sat down with it and wholly experienced the emotion as a solution. It’s something I’ve picked up on immediately and via observation. As a result, it does not take long for me to revive and bounce back. If you begin to practice feeling your emotions in this way, your capacity to bounce back and return to normal will gradually decrease. Furthermore, doing so will prevent you from wearing a fake smile on your face.