Most people’s problem is that they think, that suppressing an emotion is the same as having self-control. this is a very terrible misconception. This post talks about one of the most important effects suppressing our emotions can cause. This in turn is just the next domino in line for complete internal destruction.
I think I feel another blog post of my own coming on. ^_^
I talk about emotion a lot. It could be because I’m exploring what exactly it is. I think people as a whole are beginning to explore emotion more too. And the exploration of something like that, something as powerful as the feelings that we feel, is enormous. It’s massive. It’s scary, for sure, but that’s because it’s still hidden in uncharted waters that are just waiting to be charted.
Emotion plays a central role in our lives, whether we choose to express it or compress it. I realize that much of my inspiration derives from my feelings. It’s just a major part of being human, of feeling and seeing life.
As I’ve written about before, a lot of emotion is tabooed in modern society, because it isn’t safe and it certainly isn’t comfortable. How many of us are okay with open displays of grief or anger? Not many. But both…
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