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Cardiovascular Risk and Emotional Wellbeing: The Impact of Anger!

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Understanding our emotions is a crucial aspect of self-awareness and personal growth.

However, it can be particularly challenging when we are in the midst of expressing them. The intensity of our emotions can cloud our judgment and make it difficult to gain clarity.

The best time to start is at the end of the day when you have a moment to reflect on your experiences.

👉 Reflect on your emotions by following these 7 steps:

1-   ✔️Identify and name them. Anger is not fear.
2-   ✔️Find their Polarity. Emotions can be pleasant or unpleasant (positive or negative).
3-   ✔️Define their Intensity. Measure the degree of intensity felt (pain/negative emotions, pleasure/positive emotions).
4-   ✔️Find the object (very important). The question to ask is “what.” What am I afraid of? What am I angry about? It is possible that we may be unable to define the object (in that case, we should seek wisdom, through meditation for example).
5-   ✔️Find the cause. Because of/for a reason. Due to an object.
6-   ✔️Find the meaning. Emotions have meaning, an ethical dimension.
7-   ✔️Reflex on the effect on your body/mind. What are the effects on my body? Tired? Stress? On my mind? Confused? Unable to think?

Maintaining a journal is a powerful practice for understanding and managing your emotions. By putting your thoughts and insights on paper, you gain valuable self-awareness and clarity. Understanding your emotions helps you to effectively manage them when they arise.

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