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Tip: Feel Comfortable to Share Your Emotions

Feel Comfortable to Share Your Emotions | Tip: Feel Comfortable to Share Your Emotions | EduPulse Magazine
Feel Comfortable to Share Your Emotions | Tip: Feel Comfortable to Share Your Emotions | EduPulse Magazine

Do not bottle up your emotions only to have them boil up during a busy week. Your brain deals with a lot. Just because you are having a wrong time does not mean you should bottle it up. Talk to a friend and loved ones to live a happier life. Sadness, joy, disgust, fear, anger, surprise and trust are all emotions felt, sometimes daily. Expressing these emotions is more natural than pushing them away. The feelings are still there when they are not dealt with.

No one wishes to be friends with the person who emotionally discharges on them, with quick bursts of anger or erratic outbursts of tears. These emotions are temporary, coming to show how an individual feels in a moment. Talking about each passion and accepting the feelings as they come up can be the only way to understand them.

It can be emotionally exhausting for others when sentiments are not considered on the individual level. Going to a party while sad will never end favourably. Saying hurtful words and lashing out at others are not forgiven easily. Studying an emotion will not teach an individual anything until it is experienced and put into application.

For example, dealing with one emotion at a time can be more manageable than dealing with all seven at once. With school, life and work, students should not let their feelings stress them out or become overpowering. Being in college and living in your 20s are some of the most stressful years of life. This is a time of development, as well as experiencing emotions about your future life and career. With so many things to do a day, let alone in a week, there is no denying that students feel very emotional.

However, many times students must push off emotions until after an exam. Driving these emotions down and not approaching them is where they can grow and become plagues. With so much tension on students, the universities need to provide events and activities to reduce the pressure on students. Most universities recognize that college and students in their 20s are feeling stressed and overwhelmed, and they provide such provisions.

The gyms around campus provide avenues where students get a chance to meet other students and to work out. However, these events that run for a single hour during a busy week cannot fix everything. You need to express every emotion. Lean into your emotions hard and get to know them. Sometimes sadness can be expressed as anger or vice versa. This all becomes clearer when knowing feelings on an individual and personal level.


Tinashe (Nash) is editor-in-chief and publisher of Edu Pulse Magazine. He brings 8+ years of experience as a journalist, creative writer and digital editor.

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