Posts Tagged: invalidated feelings

Mind Soul
Self-esteem: What your Inner Dialogue says about you
April 15, 2016
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Society has this tendency to reduce people to a single aspect about them instead of embracing their wholesomeness. We’ve all done it, and when it’s about us, we may have even bought into the idea that that’s all there is to us. Self-esteem is a person’s confidence in their own worth/value, beliefs and capabilities. However, […]
Emotional Intelligence: Learning to manage our emotions
April 8, 2016
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According to Psychology Today, Emotional Intelligence is the ability to identify and manage your own emotions and the emotions of others. This comprises mostly of emotional awareness, which is the ability to identify your own emotions and those of others and going a step further to harness these emotions and apply them to certain tasks. […]
Ambiguous Loss
March 25, 2016
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It is just as it sounds – vague and confusing. Ambiguous loss is one that occurs without closure or understanding. It leaves a person feeling upset and searching for answers. It is a difficult kind of loss, because more often than not one’s feelings of angst are invalidated either by family, friends or community. For […]