An emotional person is someone who is easily affected with or stirred by emotions. I hate to break it to you, but your other emotions are probably only the tip of the iceberg in terms of what you are going to experience, not least because at just 30 you are still rather young to be experiencing what I am describing in this hub. I feel like I'm not good for any thing or any one. Perhaps you can start right here! Fortunately, you can learn to retrain your brain and shape new patterns. If you have an empathizing brain, you're exquisitely good at understanding how someone else might feel, and furthermore you want to alleviate their distress. In my dreams, people merge into each other or become other people. Emotional spills, surprisingly, may not be the answer.
Then you have the awards for bravery in the military which are equally as touching. There are basically two kinds of brains -- the empathizing brain and the systemizing brain. I was quite emotional when i was ur age too, sometimes even cry or just be in a mood, but dont worry it does pass, its almost like this is the time to start understanding who you are as a person, and what u want out of life. I do appreciate being empathetic and able to recognize and experience emotional events but I would prefer to have the level turned down just a bit. For example, start to focus on what you hear, smell, and touch.
I notice this too in other men in this same place. When I was younger I cried at the drop of a hat. Sudden need to go to the restroom usually suffices. Thats when you know its just your emotions getting the better of you. Once you have learned the extent of your sensitivity, you can focus on managing your emotions in a more helpful way. I now allow myself a cry once in a while.
Simply put, tears grant us sight and strength in both a figurative and literal sense, or as Victor Hugo once put it: Those who do not weep, do not see. Thanks everyone for sharing your experiences. I'm much more comfortable with who I am in general, so I'm not terribly worried about keeping up appearances. Whatever you choose, don't think of yourself as a failure. Sensitivity means you are more aware of your environment, it doesn't mean you are dependent or helpless. I think I'll always be alone, but that's okay.
This post has helped me understand that by and large being emotional is normal and acceptable. Start with 30 seconds, if you want to. How can I break the pattern and communicate in a way she doesn't take as an attack? One strong indicator of codependency, be it in a friendship or a partnership, is recognizing unhealthy behaviors in others but staying regardless. . There is a difference between being emotional even overly emotional as a guy and not valuing yourself as a person. Then, write down the thoughts that went through your mind. Emotions are something we must control or they can falsely lead us astray when nothing is really wrong, if we start acting out these negative emotions especially on those around us, then yes there really will be things to be upset around, so take charge girl! Being sensitive is a strength, not a weakness and it is inappropriate for any person to go around insisting otherwise when it is an innate human trait.
Does anyone know why I'm being weird right now? I think it's hilarious and my friends have a riot over it. Do you cry when you are sad and depressed or when you are just too happy about something? Even still, the fact remains many people have been conditioned to believe crying is a. And the last mass our favorite priest performed a couple weeks ago before moving to a new parish probably dehydrated me from the loss of tears. But take it from a friend who has already been there. Adam Akram on YouTube Research suggests around of people have been reduced to tears during at least one movie.
You need to have a cool and clear detachment from the happenings in life, whether good or bad. Here is a link for any readers interested to explore. To be honest I don't think they deal with the problem, only smother it, which makes them nothing short of a 'band aid' for a far more serious problem. I lost my first Husband in 2001 to bowel Cancer when he was just 48. She's still on her first marriage.
But people with low self-esteem often are often also highly sensitive. These are health professionals, just as much as dental hygienists, ophthalmologists, general practitioners, or physical therapists. Not at all true Just a little true Somewhat true Moderately true Very true 6. One time we had an all night session and I orgasmed five times. I do not think it has anything to do with age--sorry! These are not healthy or helpful reasons to do something. I do my best to remain as open as I can with each person I have in my life, and I apologize for none of it because it's who I am.