How To Feel Safe To Feel Any Feeling
Updated: Jul 11, 2021
As a human being, especially a highly sensitive person, you’re going to have lots of feelings, many of which will be “negative” ones. Especially when it comes to the things we care most about, such as our marriages and relationships.
Does this mean you have to suffer through them, grin and bear it, or resign yourself to having an unhappy life and relationship? Of course not. You can, of course, thrive in life and love.
But that will depend on how healthy your relationship with your own emotions is.
This episode is a deep but quick dive into how to safely feel your feelings, so you can develop a great relationship with them and feel safe and confident no matter what comes up in your love life.
For you, HSP, with your big feelings (or long-lasting-won’t-let-up-easily feelings), this episode is gold! So buckle up and bring a pen and notebook, because there are so many gems to take note of today. We cover:
4 reasons you want to learn to safely feel your emotions and the benefits that you’ll start to experience when you do
Why doing so will be one of the best things you’ve ever done to have a great marriage
What emotions actually are and are NOT
A specific process to get you started
What feeling your feelings does not mean and the mistake it's so easy to make
Troubleshooting and tips for how to develop this most essential skill
Little adjustments for those with trauma
A great metaphor to help you get the feel of this skill so it feels like the loving peace-inducing approach it is (instead of torture!)
This is at the very top of the most essential skills we can learn as HSPs --and humans-- to have better relationships and be more successful in any arena in our life.
If all of us become masters of this, our world would be such a different and more loving place. It starts with you learning it and reaping the rewards in your own life and marriage.
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