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The moment that everything got worse One day, during a dinner with her boyfriend's mom's friends, she started having trouble talking. Interestingly, researchers have found information from several studies that extends beyond the physical and cognitive decline. The disappointments experienced, the failures, the damage suffered, lost illusions, and every event that comes our way leaves a mark.

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Somatic Emotions in Emotionally Dependent People
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Sometimes, during the most random moments, she would have an allergic reaction on her face. sometimes she would break out in a rash while she was being intimate with her boyfriend. At first, Rebecca wasn't particularly concerned. She took antihistamines and went on with her life. This is a clear example of the way emotions can manifest themselves in your body if you have an unhealthy attachment. In fact, as we said at the beginning of the article, emotional somatization is a clear sign that something isn't right. What's more, if you ignore the symptoms, your body will try other things to get your attention. Until you realize what's happening and try to change the situation, you might have digestive problems, pain, or skin issues. The moment that everything got worse One day, during a dinner with her boyfriend's mom's friends, she started having trouble talking. IT felt like her throat was closing up. She managed to control it that evening, but it continued to happen in other situations. When she went to the doctor, they told her she had "globus pharyngis". Rebecca didn't pay much attention to the problem. She ignored it like she ignored the rash. She turned a blind eye when she started to have insomnia, intense headaches, and nausea. She even started to get really bad stomachaches before she would see her boyfriend. Once, her boyfriend got mad at her about something related to his mom. He left, and she didn't hear anything from him for a while. In fact, when she called him, he didn't pick up the phone, she had no idea where he was. Rebecca hit rock bottom, she was sure that he wanted to leave her. In fact, she started to have an unbearable headache. She also lost her appetite and her blood pressure dropped. She couldn't get off the couch because she felt too dizzy. When her boyfriend finally called her, all of her symptoms went away almost entirely. She felt so much better that she basically forgot she had felt ill in the first place. The relationship with dependence Rebecca didn't realize that she didn't want to be with her boyfriend anymore. She always yelled at him for wanting to be home at a certain time to play his video games. Also, she was sick of his mom and angry that he never set any boundaries with her. She was tired of always having to deal with the same problems. What's more, she was angry at herself because, in the beginning, she didn't say anything. She was oblivious in the beginning, and now everything bothered her. Deep down, she wanted to end the relationship. IT exhausted her. But she wasn't capable of doing it. She was terrified of being alone. Her inability to make a rational decision was manifesting itself in her body. She wasn't in a relationship that made her feel good. Rebecca finally left her boyfriend. However, she had another person in mind already. She was trying to avoid being alone at all costs. After a while, she started to have the same symptoms, but they were one hundred times worse. The cycle repeated itself, and the symptoms worsened. As you can see, if you don't solve the problem that led to the somatic emotions, it will come up again with other people and in other circumstances. If you are an emotionally dependent person, experiencing somatic emotions is a sign that you need to figure out what baggage you've been carrying around for so long. Figure it out, and do something about it. For dependent individuals, somatic emotions can be very serious. They can cause panic attacks, series health problems, and intense unhappiness. most people suffering from dependence don't realize what's happening to them. Nevertheless, if they would stop and listen to themselves and their bodies, they would know that they need to change something. Our intention with this story is not just to learn to identify symptoms in other people. It's also to learn to recognize these kinds of problems in ourselves so that we can take action. If you believe that your body is sending you a message through your emotions, try to listen. You'll probably end up discovering something truly valuable. correctly regulating emotions in old age is an exercise in health and well-being. Interestingly, researchers have found information from several studies that extends beyond the physical and cognitive decline. Older adults are, on average, much more attuned to positive emotions. Emotional intelligence consists of being aware of your emotions and how they affect yourself and others. Thus, it begins with acknowledging yourself and using social awareness to understand the emotional foundations of the things you do. Half a century ago, A child's emotional development makes them aware of the origin and development of their emotions. They begin to read them in other people's facial expressions, and thus interpret them according to the social context (1). The change and growth expected Hidden anger, that rage we feel but keep to ourselves, can change our personality. The disappointments experienced, the failures, the damage suffered, lost illusions, and every event that comes our way leaves a mark.

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    Sometimes, during the most random moments, she would have an allergic reaction on her face. Sometimes she would break out in a rash while she was being intimate with her boyfriend. At first, Rebecca wasn't particularly concerned. She took antihistamines and went on with her life. This is a clear example of the way emotions can manifest themselves in your body if you have an unhealthy attachment. In fact, as we said at the beginning of the article, emotional somatization is a clear sign that something isn't right. What's more, if you ignore the symptoms, your body will try other things to get your attention. Until you realize what's happening and try to change the situation, you might have digestive problems, pain, or skin issues. The moment that everything got worse One day, during a dinner with her boyfriend's mom's friends, she started having trouble talking. It felt like her throat was closing up. She managed to control it that evening, but it continued to happen in other situations. When she went to the doctor, they told her she had "globus pharyngis". Rebecca didn't pay much attention to the problem. She ignored it like she ignored the rash. She turned a blind eye when she started to have insomnia, intense headaches, and nausea. She even started to get really bad stomachaches before she would see her boyfriend. Once, her boyfriend got mad at her about something related to his mom. He left, and she didn't hear anything from him for a while. In fact, when she called him, he didn't pick up the phone, she had no idea where he was. Rebecca hit rock bottom, she was sure that he wanted to leave her. In fact, she started to have an unbearable headache. She also lost her appetite and her blood pressure dropped. She couldn't get off the couch because she felt too dizzy. When her boyfriend finally called her, all of her symptoms went away almost entirely. She felt so much better that she basically forgot she had felt ill in the first place. The relationship with dependence Rebecca didn't realize that she didn't want to be with her boyfriend anymore. She always yelled at him for wanting to be home at a certain time to play his video games. Also, she was sick of his mom and angry that he never set any boundaries with her. She was tired of always having to deal with the same problems. What's more, she was angry at herself because, in the beginning, she didn't say anything. She was oblivious in the beginning, and now everything bothered her. Deep down, she wanted to end the relationship. It exhausted her. But she wasn't capable of doing it. She was terrified of being alone. Her inability to make a rational decision was manifesting itself in her body. She wasn't in a relationship that made her feel good. Rebecca finally left her boyfriend. However, she had another person in mind already. She was trying to avoid being alone at all costs. After a while, she started to have the same symptoms, but they were one hundred times worse. The cycle repeated itself, and the symptoms worsened. As you can see, if you don't solve the problem that led to the somatic emotions, it will come up again with other people and in other circumstances. If you are an emotionally dependent person, experiencing somatic emotions is a sign that you need to figure out what baggage you've been carrying around for so long. Figure it out, and do something about it. For dependent individuals, somatic emotions can be very serious. They can cause panic attacks, series health problems, and intense unhappiness. Most people suffering from dependence don't realize what's happening to them. Nevertheless, if they would stop and listen to themselves and their bodies, they would know that they need to change something. Our intention with this story is not just to learn to identify symptoms in other people. It's also to learn to recognize these kinds of problems in ourselves so that we can take action. If you believe that your body is sending you a message through your emotions, try to listen. You'll probably end up discovering something truly valuable. Correctly regulating emotions in old age is an exercise in health and well-being. Interestingly, researchers have found information from several studies that extends beyond the physical and cognitive decline. Older adults are, on average, much more attuned to positive emotions. Emotional intelligence consists of being aware of your emotions and how they affect yourself and others. Thus, it begins with acknowledging yourself and using social awareness to understand the emotional foundations of the things you do. Half a century ago, A child's emotional development makes them aware of the origin and development of their emotions. They begin to read them in other people's facial expressions, and thus interpret them according to the social context (1). The change and growth expected Hidden anger, that rage we feel but keep to ourselves, can change our personality. The disappointments experienced, the failures, the damage suffered, lost illusions, and every event that comes our way leaves a mark.



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