The Importance Of Feeling Good

Photo by Brett Sayles

How often do we feel sad, anxious and stressed? And how many times do we feel happy, grateful and carefree? Nobody has the answer, we don’t count them.

Our life is full of emotions

Like all living beings, we have something that we call emotions; be it joy, sadness, anger, respect, pride or apathy, we all feel them in everyday life and sometimes we forget that all these feelings are part of our experiences; they help us grow. But our words, thoughts and actions are what make us human.

We let ourselves be carried away by the emotions in the heat of the moment to have some peace when something is not going the way we would like. There is a need for both negative and positive emotions.
For example, when someone asks you “how are you?” and you answer “good!” and proceed to talk about those moments that are making you feel good, that same person doesn’t seem interested and moves on to another topic: their problems.

Today we are talking about why there’s always the need to devalue the other’s positive emotions. It’s good to talk about your feelings in a positive way and the peace that your mind feels. It’s nice that you want to share this with someone, it’s nice that you feel good about yourself.

Don’t be afraid to feel good

Everyone experiences emotions differently and at different stages and times of their life. There is no need to get anxious because you don’t feel “always positive” as you will never know how much and what emotions can change you and the perception of your world.

If one day you’ll feel carefree and happy with yourself, the only right thing to do is enjoy the moment; whether it’ll be alone or with others, it’ll be up to you to decide, after all, the only thing that no one can ever take away from you is the freedom of thinking.

“When you take care of yourself, you’re a better person for others. When you feel good about yourself, you treat others better.”

-Solange Knowles

Author – Denise Ledda

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