15 things EMOTIONALLY STRONG people do not do

Do you ever sense that your feelings have clouded all the aspects unduly? Do your emotions fluctuate abruptly and unexpectedly?
If that’s the case, you undoubtedly wish you could feel less at the control of environmental factors, that you could be calm and composed no matter what was going on. Of course, experiencing any emotion is perfectly normal. It’s also natural for our feelings to change. However, some people are better at controlling their emotional responses than others. Here are fifteen things that emotionally strong people do not believe in practising-

  1. They do not take every feeling seriously

“Learn to let go. That is the key to happiness.” –Buddha

They do not believe that every emotion they experience is significant. Emotionally strong people don’t put a value on everything they experience. They are aware of this. Something isn’t true because you believe it.

  1. They aren’t scared by the fear of looking dumb.

“But failure has to be an option in art and in exploration — because it’s a leap of faith. And no important endeavor that required innovation was done without risk. You have to be willing to take those risks.” — James Cameron

Strong people know that not having perfect knowledge doesn’t make them any less of a worthy person. Emotionally strong people ignore haters and naysayers. They filter out negative people and instead associate themselves with supportive friends.

It isn’t to say that they don’t experience unpleasant emotions when someone mocks them. They can just accept those criticisms in their head with love and compassion, work through the suffering, and go on.

  1. Don’t apply logic to justify their feelings.

They acknowledge their feelings to confirm them; they do not deny them. It is right for them to believe that feeling a certain way is futile. Frequently, they acknowledge their feelings, give them enough time to be dealt with and move on.

  1. They preserve their identities

They don’t change their identities depending on who they’re with. Everyone is afraid of being judged but may not have the opportunity to fully taste the kind of total acceptance that comes from just being yourself. One of the most crucial skills you’ll ever master is how to say no. You’ll have more time for activities that are important to you if you learn to say no. Concentrate on your highest priorities and say no to all the things that are a waste of time.

“To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment.” — Ralph Waldo Emerson

  1. They take stand for themselves with grace

They have the ability to speak for themselves without being rude or resentful. Contrary to popular belief, Rudeness or defensiveness is a sign of insecurity. Taking a stand for oneself calmly indicates inner strength and self-esteem.

  1. They are unstoppable, yet care for well-being

They don’t think this is how their lives will always be. When you’ve been pushing yourself too hard to manage stress, you may need to take a step back and slow down. It’s fine to be driven, but not at the cost of your health and happiness.

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When emotionally strong people feel stressed, they take time to reflect and relax to keep their concentration and optimism while also improving their mental well-being.

  1. Carry less judgments in their heads

They don’t have a list of “shoulds” and “shouldn’ts” for others to do. They understand that “right” and “wrong” are extremely subjective concepts. It is simple for them to understand that believing in universal rules of behavior to which everyone must comply simply disappoint the person who believes it.

  1. Know their knowledge is imperfect

They don’t think of themselves as judges of right and wrong. They don’t think that their perfect approach to a circumstance is the one that everyone needs, especially when giving counsel to friends.

  1. Don’t infer conclusions only from their personal experiences

They don’t come to their own generalized conclusions about humanity based on the limited portion of the world they see every day. Emotionally strong people don’t look at everything they experience with meaning.

Strong people don’t believe that everything they see or hear has something to do with themselves in particular. They don’t compare themselves to others since it’s senseless and egotistical to think that other people’s function has to do with themselves.

  1. They do not overreact

Consider how often you overreact to issues that don’t actually matter each day. Take some deep breaths and ask yourself, “Is this worth getting upset about?” as your anger starts to rise. You’ll learn the answer is no 99.99 percent of the time.

Emotionally strong people have established a mental harmony that allows them to respond effectively to each hurdle in their path.

  1. They are not driven to SHOW their strength

Rather than presenting an exaggerated feeling of superiority, they exhibit a calm and relaxed attitude, which signifies a truly secure and complete individual.

  1. They are wiling to go through adversities

“Optimism is the faith that leads to achievement. Nothing can be done without hope and confidence.” — Helen Keller

Even though they may be afraid of pain, they do not escape it. They cope with hardship in favor of breaking an awful habit. They do not exclude certain bad components of an experience from consideration. People who hop from point A to point Z and only consider the worst-case possibilities frequently lack trust in their ability to care for themselves. People with emotional strength want to be ready if something unexpected happens, so they plan. They prepare for the worst and lose the finest in the process.

  1. Emotionally strong people do not feel grandiose

They don’t look for other people’s weaknesses in order to suppress their own. Nor do they make observations in response to someone’s accomplishments concerning their failings.

  1. They don’t make a fuss

People moan because they want somebody else to notice them and acknowledge their suffering; even if it isn’t the true issue, it is nonetheless distressing.

  1. They Aren’t Afraid to Love

People with emotional strength have been through grief, but that doesn’t drag them down. Instead, it strengthens them. Just because you’ve been injured doesn’t mean you have to give up on love. Allow yourself to be vulnerable and open up your heart. The love you receive will be well worth the effort it took to obtain it.


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