Negativity Positivity Realism
We have responded to an event or situation in three types: negative, realistic and positive. A sense of anger that weakens our communication with ourselves and with people and the reflection of these emotions on our language and behavior. Anger usually arises from the sensitivity and perception of an attack on our personality. Usually we are instantly caught in one of these two senses and we need to express our anger. Every anger we create is the preparer of the other. If we get angry this time, we should get angry next time. In the case of a chain reaction, this continues. Moreover, it becomes an automatic habit that emerges from time to time without giving an opportunity to think. We’re prisoners of anger now, and we have nothing to direct. This also applies to other negative emotions. Sadness, fear and anxiety have become chronic; These and similar negative habits can come together to give birth to new habits. For example, regret is a mixture of sensitivity, anger, fear and anxiety that emerges as a result of its accumulation and expression in the mind.
In fact, the revelation of regret is the beginning of a return to its beginning in some way. Our regret is that if we meet the first trigger, we will start to be afraid and worried again, our sensitivity will increase and we will be exposed to new anger. (Here, the trigger is a stimulus from the outside world, sometimes our inner dynamics can act as triggers.) This cycle is now being transformed by our subconscious into a way of reacting to life, people, and experiences. If our awareness is weak, we can’t get out of this loop easily. Our subconscious took us to the vault, waiting for us to follow.
Another way to react is that positive emotions dominate our lives. It is healthier because it reacts negatively and we are more likely to visualize the entire side of the glass. We always go inside and from time to time we miss the scale of the weighbridge. Our extreme compassion and loyalty; above love, very happy, in the simplest case, above the clouds; In fact, we can easily break the message. The love, care and tolerance we show to our dear people can be negative immediately without responding, so that sensitivity can trigger our feelings. Patients with bipolar disorder experience this deviation. Compassionate lovers enter expectations, but when no response is received, they are dragged into more than one depression.
There is a completely different person with feelings of tenderness, anger, regret, anxiety and fear. Of course, this only occurs in patients with bipolar disorder. They’re the only ones who miss the donuts. What we need to pay attention to is whether we live even at low doses. My observations have made me believe that most people experience this situation more or less. This situation becomes more apparent in husband and wife relationships.
Realism is their reaction. It prefers to be fed directly from logic and logic rather than emotions. Even if emotions are mixed, these emotions are under the control of the upper consciousness, not the subconscious. Realism allows us to pass through a mental filter when we reveal our emotions. A thought in our minds and then a feeling is certain, we can find ourselves in the right place and time to test how we feel to the right speaker. We can think in seconds and give the right answer.