4 Reasons Why You Should Talk About Your Feelings

If you’re going through a hard time in your life, you may feel lost, confused and alone. You might feel like you need to keep your problems all to yourself and that nothing good would come from talking to someone. That would be too easy right? You talk to someone and now you feel better??

Believe it or not though, talking it out is one of the best things you can do for yourself when you’re going through things. It seems too good to be true, but it’s amazing what such a simple act can do for you.

I know telling someone your deepest fears, worries, and secrets can seem scary and embarrassing, but talking it out can help you in several different ways. In this article, I’ll talk about a few of those, but there are  lots more… Don’t keep those feelings to yourself!

1. It Helps You Make Sense Of Your Emotions

Thinking about problemTalking out loud about the problems and troubles bothering you and laying it all out to another person helps you to shed a light on what’s really going on in your mind. It forces you to break it all down, piece by piece because in trying to explain things to someone else, you are also explaining it all to yourself in a way.

Sometimes we feel bad and depressed about something, but we don’t exactly know what it is or why that is. If you keep it inside yourself, you may never get to the bottom of why you feel the way you feel, but explaining it to someone else can really break it all down and helps you make sense of your feelings.

When you have a better understanding of your feelings, all of a sudden, your situation seems less scary. You can now see your feelings what they are and decide where to go from there. In vocalizing your emotions, you may realize that they aren’t as bad as you thought they were, or discover a solution for them.

When you keep your feelings and emotions inside yourself, you allow them to keep building up and grow bigger and bigger. The bigger the problem, the more hopeless your situation feels and the more confusing everything seems.

2. It Gives You A Different Perspective On Your FeelingsA different perspective

Keeping your troubles to yourself can make them feel a lot worse than they actually are. Your brain has a way of amplifying and exaggerating problems when left on its own.

When you talk to someone else about what you’re going through, that person can give you their point of view on it and you may realize that your situation isn’t as bad as you thought it was. They can see things with a different perspective and can bring their own personal knowledge and advice to your troubles.

It’s easy to be close-minded about your situation and not be able to think outside the box when you keep it all to yourself. The person you talk to is able to see the bigger picture and that could be the key to your dilemma. They can suggest solutions you never would have thought of on your own because you were too busy worrying.

3. It Relieves Physical Tension

Relieving tensionYou might be so worried about your feelings and emotions that you don’t even realize how much this affects your physical well-being. When your head is so full of problems and issues, you tend to hold it all in your neck and shoulders.

Sharing your feelings with someone else not only offers an emotional release, but a physical release as well. Your neck, shoulders, and chest will all feel so much lighter after talking. So much tension that you didn’t even know was there, is now gone and you feel so much better.

It literally feels like a weight has been lifted, because it has, and your muscles are able to relax a little. Our bodies and mind are strongly connected to each other and when you feel better mentally, you’ll feel better physically and vice-versa. Don’t force your body to keep being weighed down by your emotions when you have the chance to talk it out instead.

4. It Reminds You You’re Not AloneHaving a friend

When you’re down in the dumps, it’s easy to convince yourself that you’re all on your own, and that nobody cares about your problems. The mind has a nasty habit of doing this, but know that it isn’t true! Talking to others shows you how much you mean to them because seeing them listen intently and give you advice is first-hand evidence.

You can tell a lot about how someone feels towards you by their ability to be there for you when you need them the most. If you’re trying to talk to someone and they are just focusing on their phone, you’ll know that maybe this person isn’t as invested in you as you had hoped and you might be better off distancing yourself from them for a short time. But if you can tell that you are their sole focus and they are worried alongside with you, you’ll know that they are a special person worth keeping in your life.

Talking to others about your problems will also help you form a bond with that person. Be it a friend, family member, or romantic partner. You may not want to bother people close to you with your problems but by not sharing your feelings with them, you’re actually keeping them at a distance from you and making it harder to form a strong bond with them.

Showing your true self to them and allowing yourself to be vulnerable in their presence means a lot to them. It validates their feelings towards you and tells them that you are just as invested in the relationship as they are.

It also teaches them that they can do the same with you. Next time they’re going through something, they’ll know that they can talk to you about it and that you’ll be there for them.

Who Should I Talk To?

So now that you know WHY you should talk about your feelings, you may be wondering WHO you should talk to. The person you choose to disclose your feelings with needs to be trustworthy and reliable. You need to know that they won’t go around town gossiping about your issues with others or judge you about what you tell them.

Close friends are a good choice because they might have the most things in common with you and might be able to relate to your situation. They could even know you better than you know yourself depending on how long you have been friends.

Family members are another good option because they love you for you, and more often than not, only want the best for you. You share the same blood and DNA as them and when they know you are happy, that makes them happy. Talking to friend

If you’re in a relationship, your partner could be a good choice depending on a number of factors. I would only suggest sharing deep feelings with them if you’ve been together for a decent amount of time and not someone you’re just beginning a relationship with.

If a relationship is too new, you might not want to lay everything out to them just yet until you get to know what type of person they are. You may think you know them well but you need to spend time with people before you can know for sure.

The last thing you want is to tell your partner who you’ve only known a few months something private, and they break up with you and start spreading information about you to others that you didn’t want to tell.

If you feel like you can’t talk any of these individuals, you can talk to a teacher or a religious leader. Both are trained to deal with a variety of different issues and are great listeners.

Speaking To A Third-Party Individual

Talking to someone you trust can be difficult to do at first, and sometimes you just don’t want to bring them down with your issues if they’re also dealing with their own things. For this reason, sometimes the best person to talk to is actually a third-party individual, such as a counselor or online psychic advisor.

This is because you know that your conversations will be private and they will not judge you or hold anything you tell them against you next time they’re mad at you for whatever reason. They have a confidentiality clause and are legally obligated to keep your conversations between the two of you.

They also aren’t invested in how you live your life, so are more apt to being completely honest with you. Your family might realize that accepting that job across the country would be great for you, but they might try to talk you out of it because they will miss you too much. You wouldn’t have to worry about that with a counselor or psychic.Spirit guide

Talking to a genuine psychic is great because they are non-biased individuals who are on the outside looking in, and can therefore see things in a different perspective. They can see things that we can’t see and give us insight on our situations.

They are able to see beyond the here and now, and can see further into the future than you or I. Some psychics can even communicate with the spirits of your loved ones or your spirit guide who want to give you a message. Sometimes those messages can tell you exactly what you need to hear to move past your problems and forward with your life.

Psychics have years of life experience and live for helping people just like you everyday. They have seen and heard the wildest things are pretty hard to shock, no matter what you throw at them.

They are also non-judgmental because they know life isn’t always easy and they are more in touch with human nature. Psychics are a great option to talk about when dealing with any and all issues, including but not limited to the following:

  • Sex and sexuality
  • Family issues
  • Money and career problems
  • Abuse and trauma
  • Mental health issues and depression
  • Addictions
  • Pregnancy and health worries
  • Grief and loneliness
  • Life guidance and direction

Don’t be afraid to reach out to one next time you don’t have anyone else to turn to! For a list of honest, trustworthy psychics, click here.

Angela

Angela Moore started Psychic Review Online in 2008. After being ripped off and deceived by a mother/daughter team and then having her life completely turned around by a real Psychic, she has dedicated herself to helping people avoid fake Psychics. Angela provides tips, psychic reviews, ratings and more on her website Psychic Review Online

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