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Understanding Damaged Emotions

Damaged emotions are feelings whether by our natural development or through our experiences that have come in our lives without asking.

However, if not probably dealt with can do terrible things not only to ourselves, but also to our relationships, our work life, our finances and our ability to grow into the best version of ourselves each and everyday.

Some may say, “Well what’s the big deal?

Aren’t these emotions normal? Why are they being considered damaged when in actuality, they are very natural, human responses?”

And for those who ask this, you are exactly correct; but, we must remember again that if you do not address and resolve these emotions; they can be damaging.

It is not that these emotions may not arise, it is that these emotions are not properly managed in a healthy way.

The good thing about damaged emotions is that we can heal and make resolution with them. These feelings do not have to take a front seat, the passenger side or even the back seat to the car we call our lives.

In order to heal from damaged emotions, we must know what they are to address them.


The feelings of being casted away from a person, from people or from a situation where you seek acceptance and belonging in.


Feelings of condemnation or strong criticism of yourself due to a choice, thought or decision you’ve made.


Extreme feelings of doubt, apprehension, worry and anxiety, feeling triggered by the perception of danger, real or imagined.


The unwillingness or the inability to forgive. I having or making no allowance for error or weakness.


A strong emotion that you feel when you think that someone or something has behaved in an unfair, cruel, or unacceptable way. Feelings of frustration, bitterness and resentment.

Identification is Key

When you identify what damaging emotions are, you can be able to seek ways address them in a healthy manner.

If you need to seek counsel from a professional such as a licensed counselor, do not be afraid to be open to work through your healing process with a professional accountability partner.


When you acknowledge the fact that damaged emotions are present in your life, you are making more than half the step to healing.

And when you do, you embrace possibilities!


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