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 Breaking Free from Emotional Suppression. Emotional suppression and the accompanying tension can be very dangerous on all fronts! Most relationships and marriages have been ruptured because there is oftentimes nobody to talk to! The inability to ventilate regularly can become a marital clog in the wheel and yet one must be cautious where you divulge, or else your issue will be on billboards! 

Emotions play a crucial role in our lives. They shape our relationships, influence our decision-making, and impact our overall well-being. However, in some situations, we may feel the need to suppress our emotions, push them aside, and ignore them. This is known as emotional suppression

The inability to express one’s feelings and “pour out” is often referred to as emotional suppression or suppression of emotions. Emotional suppression refers to the act of intentionally pushing emotions, thoughts, and feelings out of one’s conscious awareness in order to manage them in a more functional way.

While emotional suppression can be a coping mechanism for individuals in some short-term situations, it can become problematic when it is used consistently over time. 

Breaking Free from Emotional Suppression

This is because it can lead to a build-up of negative emotions and a decreased ability to process and regulate emotions in a healthy manner.

There are many singles and married couples who don’t talk and keep on suppressing emotions. There’s often nobody to talk to because you have been warned by your spouse. This is unhealthy! 

Sometimes, it is the guilt of something really unwise that we have done. Despite asking for God’s forgiveness, the guilt reaches its hands like a monster from our past and impedes us on a daily basis.

A guilt-ridden mind can have significant consequences on a person’s mental and emotional well-being. When a person is unable to express their guilt and cannot “pour out” their feelings, it can lead to the following consequences:

Breaking Free from Emotional Suppression. Consequences of emotional suppression may include: 

1. Stress and anxiety
Holding onto feelings of guilt without expressing them can increase stress and anxiety levels, as the individual feels overwhelmed and burdened by their feelings.

2. Depression and Despondency
The feelings of guilt can lead to feelings of hopelessness and sadness, which can contribute to depression.

3. Health problems
Chronic stress and anxiety can lead to physical health problems, such as headaches, stomach problems, and sleep disorders.

4. Isolation that leads to desolation
The individual may feel embarrassed or ashamed of their feelings of guilt, leading them to withdraw from others and become isolated.

4. Damaged relationships
Holding onto feelings of guilt can lead to a breakdown in communication and trust in relationships, as the individual becomes distant and unwilling to share their feelings with others.

5. Low self-esteem
The individual may feel a sense of self-blame and worthlessness due to their feelings of guilt, leading to decreased self-esteem and a negative self-image.

6. Difficulty in problem-solving
The individual may have difficulty processing their feelings of guilt and finding ways to resolve the underlying problems, leading to further feelings of frustration and helplessness.

What is the way out?

You just must pour out! Kisses and Huggs Club is coming to the rescue through REVIVE Conversations!

Every day, there will be REVIVE Prayers by 6.00 am and REVIVE Conversations by 9.00 pm. Follow on Mixlr to participate! –

It is a daily online programme between 9.00 pm and 10.00 pm GMT +1

Here, you will have the opportunity to vent your feelings, and secrets, ask questions, and many more while Pastor Sophia and I attend to you!

The daily programme holds on Mixlr and will be available on YouTube an hour after!

You will be able to drop questions or “vent” anonymously on a platform we have created especially for this!

Vent Freely 

Vent Hall 

We will treat all these issues daily on REVIVE Conversations! Go ahead, use the link, and vent all you need to. You will discover that as you release that long age issue anonymously, that infidelity issue, that secret, you will be so light! 

Jas 5:16 (KJV)
Confess your faults one to another, and pray one for another, that ye may be healed.

See you tonight by 9.00pm!

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