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388. Ways We Intellectualize Our Feelings Instead Of Feeling Them

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When we overthink our emotions, we under-feel them. This can have major consequences on both our relationships and our personal growth. Too often when faced with a negative or traumatic emotion, we intellectualize how we are feeling instead of allowing ourselves to accept, allow and feel it.

And by suppressing the bad stuff, we fail to fully learn how to feel the good stuff - the spectrum of emotions are what make up the beautiful, complete human experience.

This episode will teach you three simple, but necessary steps to begin practicing feeling instead of thinking when it comes to emotions. These are required if we want to have healthier and more meaningful connections with others and ourselves.

In this episode, we’re talking about:

  • Understanding the intellectualization of feelings
  • Why we tend to think more about emotions than simply feel them
  • How we interpret the same words differently based on our emotional state
  • The importance of communicating how you’re feeling to your partner
  • Telling ourselves negative stories that skew our actual feelings
  • Why we avoid accepting and facing our emotions
  • Consequences of analyzing our feelings vs feeling them
  • Communicating your emotions instead of venting your frustrations
  • 3 practical steps to connect with your emotions
  • Embracing the full range of human experience

Is learning to feel emotions more deeply a challenge you’re working on? If this is something you’d love to talk more about, please reach out to me directly (contacts below) and I’d love to dive in with you personally.

CONNECT WITH EMILY

COUPLES COACHING with Emily & Kelly Gardner (apply here)

WOMEN’S GROUP (starts Jan 25, 2024): “Grown Ass Woman Era” apply here

Book A Private Coaching Call With Emily To Work Together

Get Your FREE Guide “The Four Tools Missing From Your Relationship” here

Join Emily’s email list here

DM on Instagram: @emilygoughcoach

Email: info@emilygoughcoaching.com

REFERENCES

Episode 371 | Lessons On Learning How To Receive Love In A Healthy Relationship

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Conteúdo fornecido por Emily Gough. Todo o conteúdo do podcast, incluindo episódios, gráficos e descrições de podcast, é carregado e fornecido diretamente por Emily Gough ou por seu parceiro de plataforma de podcast. Se você acredita que alguém está usando seu trabalho protegido por direitos autorais sem sua permissão, siga o processo descrito aqui https://pt.player.fm/legal.

When we overthink our emotions, we under-feel them. This can have major consequences on both our relationships and our personal growth. Too often when faced with a negative or traumatic emotion, we intellectualize how we are feeling instead of allowing ourselves to accept, allow and feel it.

And by suppressing the bad stuff, we fail to fully learn how to feel the good stuff - the spectrum of emotions are what make up the beautiful, complete human experience.

This episode will teach you three simple, but necessary steps to begin practicing feeling instead of thinking when it comes to emotions. These are required if we want to have healthier and more meaningful connections with others and ourselves.

In this episode, we’re talking about:

  • Understanding the intellectualization of feelings
  • Why we tend to think more about emotions than simply feel them
  • How we interpret the same words differently based on our emotional state
  • The importance of communicating how you’re feeling to your partner
  • Telling ourselves negative stories that skew our actual feelings
  • Why we avoid accepting and facing our emotions
  • Consequences of analyzing our feelings vs feeling them
  • Communicating your emotions instead of venting your frustrations
  • 3 practical steps to connect with your emotions
  • Embracing the full range of human experience

Is learning to feel emotions more deeply a challenge you’re working on? If this is something you’d love to talk more about, please reach out to me directly (contacts below) and I’d love to dive in with you personally.

CONNECT WITH EMILY

COUPLES COACHING with Emily & Kelly Gardner (apply here)

WOMEN’S GROUP (starts Jan 25, 2024): “Grown Ass Woman Era” apply here

Book A Private Coaching Call With Emily To Work Together

Get Your FREE Guide “The Four Tools Missing From Your Relationship” here

Join Emily’s email list here

DM on Instagram: @emilygoughcoach

Email: info@emilygoughcoaching.com

REFERENCES

Episode 371 | Lessons On Learning How To Receive Love In A Healthy Relationship

  continue reading

397 episódios

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