Everyone suffered some level of emotional damage. But what if this list describes most of your life? You may have a bigger problem in your hands.
I think we all go through difficult times in life that make us feel insulted. whether the breakup Just a bad experience Or perhaps an incident that you didn’t even know was traumatic at that moment. Our daily lives can be emotionally draining and damaging.
While everyone has something that prevents them from living the life they want. But some of us may have a harder time than others. The constant nagging of something in our past lives can disrupt the good things that happened before us.
I know how it feels Get lost in a tub of ice cream while mascara stains your face. And don’t know why you fail in every relationship—or even friendship—that has entered your life.
How to tell if you’re upset
If you’re wondering why you can’t be completely comfortable or happy in any of your relationships, it may have something to do with the fact that you were hurt. Scarring in a way that affects those aspects of your life.
You may not know how you lose your temper. But this is the best way you can tell if you’ve lost your temper. And how can you try to move forward from the pain?
#1 Someone has lost your trust big time. Along the way, be it a girlfriend/girlfriend, a close friend or even a family member. Someone trusts you and crushes it like your can of beer. This makes it harder for other people to come in and trust them. causing you emotional damage
#2 You find yourself comparing your new love to someone who has wronged you. Another sign that you’re losing your temper is comparing the new person you’re dating to an ex who may have done something wrong with you. Their actions leave a pitfall in you. Translate to potential new couples.
#3 You keep people in close quarters. like you don’t trust others You also don’t let other people know you. This sign of emotional damage is caused by someone using your personality, temperament, or personality. And then hurt you with that. AKA: Bullying.
#4 You always compare yourself to others. Having low self-esteem and comparing yourself to others is a sure way to know if you’ve lost your temper. Has anyone ever made you feel inadequate? And now you can’t stop the recurring thoughts. that you are not good enough and you just can’t measure [Read: Build your self esteem – 35 funny questions to ask yourself]
#5 Anger creeps into you at almost nothing. One side effect of being emotionally abused is that you are always taking advantage. It means that you get angry quickly over a small matter. This is because you subconsciously feel defensive and feel the need to protect yourself from further damage.
#6 Anxiety often occurs when meeting new people. If meeting new people—be it just friends, acquaintances, or lovers—puts you in panic mode, you can tell, you just don’t know you’ll get past meeting new people. And risk being hurt again?
#7 You had a traumatic breakup. It’s likely if you’ve been through a traumatic breakup before. You too will suffer emotional damage. Breakups hurt and pain has a way of leaving scars. No matter how the breakup happens If it’s a bad breakup You will surely suffer emotional damage in one way or another. [Read: How your self respect affects you and the relationships you have]
#8 You have been seriously injured for a very long time. When it comes to breaking up If you have been injured after or in other incidents In a life that left you under the covers for weeks would have emotional damage no matter where the pain comes from The fact that it has been around for a long time will leave its imprint.
#9 Your friend tells you that you have a problem. Others see more problems than you. If your friends are telling you that you have trouble getting close to people or in social situations. It’s likely that you will actually do that.
#10 You are depressed. Depression can sometimes be caused by genetics. But it may be caused by other problems. in life as well If you’ve never had depression before and suddenly feel that way Shown as a sign of emotional damage
#11 You feel better when you are alone. no one is better than being alone What we think about being human is that we crave interactions with other people. If you feel that you don’t need anyone or don’t want to mess with anyone for your own benefit. That’s a small sign of emotional destruction. [Read: Abandonment issues and how it affects your relationships]
#12 You abuse the substance. Substance use of any kind is often an indicator of a mental disorder. If you find yourself looking for alcohol or other substances. to numb the pain or make things easier for you show that you lose your temper
Has been emotionally damaged in the past
It is almost impossible to remove scars after a traumatic event. The emotional damage is almost the same. You’re left with scars that are more than just skin deep. And it takes time and effort to fix it—notice I’m not saying *cure* because it’s never 100% better.
Here are a few ways you can avoid emotional damage and start over.
#1 Take time to work on yourself Go to the gym, do your hair, buy yourself some new sneakers. Do something that will increase your mood and self-esteem. Spending time focusing on improving yourself can help you overcome that pain. [Read: 12 powerful steps to change your life and find your happiness overnight]
#2 talk to someone One way to heal emotional scars is to talk to someone about them. Letting go of those feelings and some of the pain by talking to someone you trust is a great way to help you move beyond the heartache.
#3 know you are not alone When someone is emotionally damaged They seemed to be the only ones who could go through the pain. The truth is that many people have problems with certain aspects of their emotions. And you’re not the only one who feels pain. That thought can help ease anxiety.
#4 Try to keep the past where it should be—in the past. I know it’s definitely not your fault. When you start to get angry at a new person for the wrongdoings of the past, however, try to keep what happened in the past.
#5 Avoid drugs and alcohol. Alcohol and drug use seems to come with emotional damage to some people. If you feel any signs of emotional damage above Stay away from these things until you feel good enough to deal with them.
#6 Don’t play catch games Sometimes you might want to blame someone for hurting you. and even though it might be their fault But blaming them for a long time will make the damage last longer and make it harder to heal. Forgive.
#7 Realize that it takes time You won’t feel better overnight. That’s a fact It takes months or years to feel normal. And yet the pain is not completely gone. But that emotional damage is what makes you who you are. And that’s something you don’t want to change altogether.[Read: 13 happy things you need for a perfectly happy life]
Emotional abuse is not a bad thing. It means you’ve been through more than anyone else. I’ve been in my life for some time and can also show strong Here’s how to know if you fall under that category.