Articles by Denise W. Anderson on stopping negative emotions:
Change Negative Emotions Before You Express Them in Ways That Hurt Yourself or Others Negative emotions are a part of life, but that don’t have to control us. We can change them by recognizing them and the thought processes that lead to them, then focusing on their opposites.
The Connection Between Anger and Fear. Anger and fear appear to be two very different emotions, but when we look at the thought patterns that are at their roots, the distortions are very similar.
What is Anger Made Of? Anger is a strong emotion. It occurs when you are faced with situations or behaviors you do not like or agree with. The automatic reaction to these situations is a strong negative feeling.
What is Your Biggest Fear? Fear is a difficult emotion. It freezes a person in their tracks and causes physical symptoms that just won’t go away. Worry is its constant companion. Recognizing what we fear is the first step.
Are You Worried About Your Family? Families are the most important relationships we have in this life. Take the quiz to find out if your worry is leading to issues that are problematic.
Overcome Discouragement with Resolve. Even the best of the best have their days of difficulty. How do they get through it? Discouragement is a part of our daily lives. Use resolve to make it a thing of the past.
Are You Feeling Overwhelmed? Feeling overwhelmed is like having the world on our shoulders. We can’t move it because the burden is so heavy, and yet we don’t know what to do. The techniques in this hub will help.
Patience is When You Hide Your Impatience. We all wish we could have more patience, but how does it happen? There is no magic formula, but understanding the quality and how we can use it in life will help.
Dealing With Feelings of Vulnerability. The difficult experiences of life often leave us feeling robbed, defeated, and susceptible to exploitation. In this state of vulnerability, we are at risk of loosing the very thing we need to survive.
Three Ways to Keep Stress From Getting Out of Control. When stress gets out of control, we experience physical distress to the point that we become ill. To keep this from happening, use these three simple techniques.