How to identify your feelings

Hey you!


I had to share this is something I struggle with daily!


On my not-so-good days, I know something isn’t feeling right inside myself, but I can’t figure out the reason why I’m unsettled.
The first mistake that I’m still trying to work through is when we experience an off day on most occasions, it isn’t due to one specific reason.
Most unwanted feelings are usually caused by multiple triggers, even the triggers’ we weren’t aware of

Here are a few tips we can try to help us identify our feeling:

*List your worries!

*Don’t judge whether or not your thoughts are valid.

*Journal!

*Figure out if your body is giving you signals, like upset stomach- anxiety
Clenched jaw- anger

*Find 3 words to describe how you’re feeling

Try to open up and talk to someone

That’s all for today, just a few quick tips to try out next time instead of overthinking to death.

I hope this helps.

xoxo
-Brittany❤️🌻

7 responses to “How to identify your feelings”

  1. Journalling is such a great tool.

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    1. It’s my favorite aside from meditation and yoga.

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  2. Anything involving action instead of sitting idle usually does it for me. Even tasks like cleaning a little part of the house can get me out of my own head sometimes. Anyway, nice post. Thanks for sharing!

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  3. Having a lot of those physical symptoms right now – probably made worse by not opening up. As a writer, I find the work I do often interweaves with a kind of journalling…

    but lately, it’s like some of those doors have shut. This post has me reconsidering this. Cheers for that.

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    1. I’m so glad! I know it’s very cliché but you should try meditation!

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    1. Thank you so much! Glad to hear you enjoy my blog.
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