Bottling Up Your Emotions is Not the Answer
For those of us with major depression, one thing we tend to do is bottle up our emotions. We say "I'm fine." when we're not. We pass up expressing happiness or anger because it takes psychic and physical energy to do both.
What I've come to learn, however, is that bottling up your emotions is not the answer. In fact, it causes more problems and deepens your depression. Watch.
Do you bottle up your emotions? Why and how has that affected your depression? And if you've quit doing that, do you notice a difference in how you feel? Comment below or send a response video to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks and I look forward to seeing what you have to say. Veronica
Veronica posts a new depression video every Tuesday morning on the HealthyPlace YouTube channel. Depression is a lonely and isolating mental illness. You can help spread awareness and understanding by sharing this video or playlist. And if you find the video helpful, I hope you'll give it a thumbs up.
I'm Veronica. This is My Life with Depression playlist: http://bit.ly/2vAPWWO
ARTICLES ON DEPRESSION AND EMOTIONS
Don’t Keep It Bottled Up | http://bit.ly/2luodCr
The Painful Emotions Caused by Depression | http://bit.ly/2lu3bUu
What to Do About Depression and Emotional Detachment | http://bit.ly/2iEQAN3