Reframe your emotions
People are not the helpless victims of their emotions; to a great extent, they can control both the feelings they experience and also the intensity of those feelings — whether they’re dealing with a volatile co-worker or a pandemic.
Fear, concern, joy, and other feelings are the products of thoughts, which people have in response to the stuff that occupies their attention.
Attention, meanwhile, is largely dictated by the situations in which people find themselves.
One of the most effective and evidence-backed ways for people to adjust their emotions is a technique that psychologists call cognitive reframing — also known as cognitive restructuring or reappraisal.
- about cognitive reframing and how it influences our well-being
- other healthy measures
- modern mindfulness
- emotional accounting
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