EMOTIONAL PROCESSING
SUPPRESSED EMOTION everything is redeemable

EMOTIONAL PROCESSING emotional responses are as individual as fingerprints. We respond to situations with emotion sometimes that we are not even aware of. Emotional processing is the sequence of electrical neurons firing that follow an event. They can be a pleasurable emotions or traumatic. In fact these feelings go through the same parts of the brain. More over , when emotions are not dealt with shortly after a traumatic event, the emotions can resurface at a later date. As a result emotions manifest at inappropriate times and places. As a result emotional outbursts can bring about physical symptoms that can be very unpleasant.

IT ALL CHANGED IN THE 1980’S

EMOTIONAL PROCESSING  emotional responses are as individual as fingerprints.

Back in the 1980’s, tests came into being that tested behavior traits in children . Again disruptive behavior could encourage other children to act out in support.

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EMOTIONAL PROCESSING

Life events that cause emotional distress can’t be avoided. It is very important to process these emotions in a way that means they are correctly stored in the mind. In light of the negative effect suppressed emotion has. Resurfacing emotion that has been traumatic, colors our perception of different situations we find ourselves in. As a result we make decisions that change the course of life in a direction that is non productive.

Broken Heart with Band Aid

Children learn from their parents initially. Furthermore, when we go to school our peers react to us in a way they have learnt. Equally we started to separate behavior issues with learning difficulties caused by neurological defects. By the same token, it helped with research into birth defects and effects of prescription drugs during pregnancy. CBT or cognitive behavioral therapy is now widely used. This is a way of retraining the brain .

THE LINK BETWEEN PTSD, PHOBIAS AND PANIC ATTACKS.

Conditions such as PTSD, anxiety disorders, panic attacks and depression are all a direct result of the way we process emotion immediately after an event. Using the advances in science we can learn more and more about how the brain reacts when faced with a wave of emotion. The human brain is the most complex organ currently known. It is just like a computer and can be reprogrammed. The brain can be damaged in the same way as a computer is by a virus. Humans only use around 10% of the brains power. Coupled with our spiritual capabilities the possibilities are endless. The mind and spirit or head and heart. When they work in harmony we are capable of anything we choose.

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What triggers you? Are you an empath?

EMOTIONAL PROCESSING keeping the brain and mind in harmony

The brain is our thinking machine. The cold hard facts that we deal with every day. The initial sensory goes through the brain to be stored in the mind. The energy field we create or auric field. A mixture of environmental factors causing sensory reactions in the brain and past experiences. Personal parameters or frame of reference for reacting to emotion. Good mental health depends on keeping within your own frame of reference. Trip switch for the mind in effect. Sudden surges of emotion could overwhelm the process and so cause damage.

Thalamus and amygdala have a role to play in the emotions that are dealt with and stored as memories. Conscious, subconscious and unconscious are parts of the mind. Disorders cause us to react in a way that is detrimental. Thoughts need to progress through the brain in a certain order. Brain injury can disrupt and divert the route of sensory input. Analogy of this, a mail sorting office. Post ending up in the wrong pigeon hole as it were. Sensory input goes to the wrong department. PTSD is a good example.

NEXT … THE DIFFERENT WAYS OF PROCESSING EMOTION AND HOW CAN WE HELP OUR YOUNG PEOPLE DO IT BETTER THAN WE DID ?