6 Habits Of The Most Emotionally Intuitive People, According To Psychologist

Most of us grow up with a muddled attitude about our emotions, particularly the painful ones.

We prefer to shun anything that makes us feel awful and urgently grab on to anything that makes us feel good.

While emotions can be fairly beneficial at times, they are frequently detrimental and untrustworthy.

1. They listen to their emotions — but rarely trust them.

When you're depressed, you think you're pathetic or silly. When you are terrified, you consider it a sign of weakness. When you are furious, you judge yourself for not being able to manage your emotions.

2. They see emotions mechanically (not morally).

Is the discomfort you feel when you touch your finger to a hot burner a problem? Certainly not! This is a good thing. The true issue is that your skin tissue is burning; pain 

3. They validate painful emotions (instead of trying to fix them).

Because we tend to perceive painful feelings as negative or problematic, most of us develop the tendency of intellectualizing our emotions when we discuss them.

4. They talk about their emotions (in plain language).

This profound emotional fear contributes to nearly every type of emotional suffering imaginable, from depression and anxiety to anger control disorders and low self-esteem.

5. They’re curious about their emotions (not combative).

Unfortunately, our culture either glorifies or demonizes emotions, both of which are unproductive and can cause a great deal of misery.

6. They don’t take emotions too seriously (and often laugh at them).

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