To understand and manage our emotions, we need to think about where emotions come from and why we have them. Although it may sometimes seem that emotions arise automatically, the fact is that emotions are biologically programmed into us to help detect threats.
This module will introduce some basic brain science about where emotions come from, then it will give you practice naming your emotions. Naming your emotions–sometimes called increasing your feelings vocabulary–will make you better able to cope with challenging emotions. Or, as Psychologist Dr. Dan Siegel says: “Name it to tame it.” Increasing our emotional literacy helps ensure that emotions inform us, not overwhelm us.
Watch: Increasing Your Feelings Vocabulary
Mental Health Monday: Building Your Feelings Vocabulary (Links to an external site.)
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