Expression Ability

“Always be a little kinder than necessary.”

– Sir James M. Barret

The expression of emotions is the ability to convey to others how you feel in a constructive manner. This does not mean that every emotion you experience has to be expressed. Sometimes it is important not to express how you feel for a variety of reasons. Let’s discuss the nonexpression of emotions.

Emotions are very fleeting and often illogical. In other words, we can become emotional about something based on a lack of facts, our faulty perception of the facts, or our biological state at the moment.

Take this hypothetical situation for example: you have heard that a friend or colleague of yours made negative comments about you. You heard this from a third party ...

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