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Emotionally Down Sayings By Lundy Bancroft: An abuser can seem emotionally needy. You can get caught in a trap of catering An abuser can seem emotionally needy. You can get caught in a trap of catering to him, trying to fill a bottomless pit. But he's not so much needy as entitled, so no matter how much you give him, it will never be enough. He will just keep coming up with more demands because he believes his needs are your responsibility, until you feel drained down to nothing. — Lundy Bancroft
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Emotionally Down Sayings By Peter McWilliams: Negative thinking is always expensive dragging us down mentally, emotionally, and physically hence I refer Negative thinking is always expensive
dragging us down mentally, emotionally, and physically
hence I refer to any indulgence in it as a luxury. — Peter McWilliams
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Emotionally Down Sayings By J.P. Moreland: When your view is criticized or even ridiculed on television, on radio talk show, or When your view is criticized or even ridiculed on television, on radio talk show, or in a newspaper editorial, don't just react angrily. Take a moment to jot down on paper the person's main thesis and how that thesis was supported. Then do two things. First, assume the person is expressing at least some good points and try to identify them. This assumption may be false, but the search for common ground with intellectual opponents is a good habit. In the process of identifying these good points, try to argue against your own view. Second, try to state on paper exactly how you would argue against the view being expressed in an intellectually precise yet emotionally calm way. — J.P. Moreland
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Emotionally Down Sayings By Laura Joplin: I think that there's a strong crossover in that Janis, studying the visual arts, was I think that there's a strong crossover in that Janis, studying the visual arts, was learning how to break it down into details and see how to get the expression that we wanted. And her visual art is emotionally expressive as her singing was. And, I think, when she switched over to singing, she already knew that it was something serious that you broke into pieces so she developed the ability to break it down and learn little riffs that she could throw in here and there. — Laura Joplin
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Emotionally Down Sayings By Elizabeth Gilbert: I have far more enthusiasm in life than I have actual energy. In my excitement, I have far more enthusiasm in life than I have actual energy. In my excitement, I routinely take on more that I can physically or emotionally handle, which causes me to break down in quite predictable displays of dramatic exhaustion. You will be the one burdened with the job of mopping me up every time I've overextended myself and then fallen apart. This will be unbelievably tedious. I apologize in advance. — Elizabeth Gilbert
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Emotionally Down Sayings By Jeffrey Gitomer: I'VE SAVED THE BEST FOR LAST: There is ONE technique that can work to both I'VE SAVED THE BEST FOR LAST: There is ONE technique that can work to both find the risk, and close the deal. BUT it's a delicate one that requires mastery through preparation and practice. The strategy is called: What's the risk? What's the reward? When a prospect hesitates, you simply ask him or her to list the risks of purchase. Actually write them down. Prompt others. If the prospect says "I'm not sure," you ask, "Could it be ..." After you feel the list is complete, ask the prospect to list the rewards. Write them down, and embellish as much as possible without puking on the prospect. Then eliminate the risks one by one with lead in phrases like: Suppose we could ... did you know that ... I think we can ... Then you simply ask, "can you see any other reasons not to proceed?" One at a time, brick by brick, remove the risks that the buyer perceives as fatal mistakes in his decision-making process. Then drive home the rewards, both emotionally and logically. — Jeffrey Gitomer
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Emotionally Down Sayings By Paul Mason: Loss of self-esteem Beverly Engel, in The Emotionally Abused Woman (1990), describes the effect of Loss of self-esteem Beverly Engel, in The Emotionally Abused Woman (1990), describes the effect of emotional abuse on self-esteem: Emotional abuse cuts to the very core of a person, creating scars that may be longer-lasting than physical ones. With emotional abuse, the insults, insinuations, criticism, and accusations slowly eat away at the victim's self-esteem until she is incapable of judging the situation realistically. She has become so beaten down emotionally that she blames herself for the abuse. Emotional abuse victims can become so convinced that they are worthless that they believe that no one else could want them. They stay in abusive situations because they believe they have nowhere else to go. Their ultimate fear is being all alone. — Paul Mason
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Emotionally Down Sayings By Crystal Woods: No one can make you 'better' emotionally, mentally, spiritually or physically. You have to find No one can make you 'better' emotionally, mentally, spiritually or physically. You have to find this for yourself. You have to taste that brutal moment when you're crying in a corner of the room, curled up on the floor and you think this is your end. You have to fight to stand up, literally. And you have to walk over to your reflection and scream, scream it all out. Then you have pick up your sword and fight and never quit. This is your life. Don't let those bastards win. — Crystal Woods
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Emotionally Down Sayings By Adele Levine: Physical therapy has a high burnout rate. The long hours of intense one-on-one time is Physical therapy has a high burnout rate. The long hours of intense one-on-one time is emotionally fatiguing. And while we universally love our patients, there's always one rotten apple in the bunch who just breaks you down. — Adele Levine
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Emotionally Down Sayings By Bryan Callen: If you actually get down to the nitty-gritty of the average Pakistani, the average Indian, If you actually get down to the nitty-gritty of the average Pakistani, the average Indian, the average whoever, what you really do know emotionally is that they're exactly the same. — Bryan Callen
Emotionally Down Sayings By C.J. Roberts: In the dark, my master let down his guard and he was Caleb again. He In the dark, my master let down his guard and he was Caleb again. He didn't correct me. He didn't punish me. He didn't push me away emotionally. Caleb was there to hold me until the nightmares passed. He was there to tell me I was beautiful. He was there to tell me I was going to be okay. In the dark, he seduced me. I didn't want the seduction to end. — C.J. Roberts
Emotionally Down Sayings By Kody Keplinger: Oh, please stop," I said, moving to sit down beside her on the bed. "No. Oh, please stop," I said, moving to sit down beside her on the bed. "No. Nothing like that. It's ... it's letting someone that close to me. Physically and emotionally. Randy and I got close a few times, but ... I chickened out. I'm afraid of letting someone have that kind of power over me. Not being in control is what scares me. — Kody Keplinger
Emotionally Down Sayings By Lexi Ryan: You know how much you can hurt a girl's ego by turning her down when You know how much you can hurt a girl's ego by turning her down when she's stripped in front of you?" I put my hand to my chest. "I'll probably be in counseling for months to repair the damage."
"Somehow I think you can handle it."
"Games," I mutter. "Emotionally speaking, I'm going to be the man in this relationship, aren't I?"
"You certainly aren't like any woman I've ever met before. — Lexi Ryan
Emotionally Down Sayings By Lester Bangs: If the main reason we listen to music in the first place is to hear If the main reason we listen to music in the first place is to hear passion expressed- as i've believed all my life-then what good is this music going to prove to be? what does that say about us? what are we confirming in ourselves by doting on art that is emotionally neutral? and, simultaneously, what in ourselves might we be destroying or at least keeping down? — Lester Bangs
Emotionally Down Sayings By Robert M. Pirsig: Our current modes of rationality are not moving society forward into a better world. They Our current modes of rationality are not moving society forward into a better world. They are taking it further and further from that better world. Since the Renaissance these modes have worked. As long as the need for food, clothing and shelter is dominant they will continue to work. But now that for huge masses of people these needs no longer overwhelm everything else, the whole structure of reason, handed down to us from ancient times, is no longer adequate. It begins to be seen for what it really is ... emotionally hollow, esthetically meaningless and spiritually empty. That, today, is where it is at, and will continue to be at for a long time to come. — Robert M. Pirsig
Emotionally Down Sayings By Beverly Engel: With emotional abuse, the insults, insinuations, criticism, and accusations slowly eat away at the victim's With emotional abuse, the insults, insinuations, criticism, and accusations slowly eat away at the victim's self-esteem until he or she is incapable of judging a situation realistically. He or she may begin to believe that there is something wrong with them or even fear they are losing their mind. They have become so beaten down emotionally that they blame themselves for the abuse. — Beverly Engel
Emotionally Down Sayings By Garrett Hedlund: 'Love Don't Let Me Down,' which is the original title of 'Country Strong,' was just 'Love Don't Let Me Down,' which is the original title of 'Country Strong,' was just as difficult emotionally as 'Tron' was physically. I play a country singer that basically gets on tour with Gwyneth Paltrow's character, who is one of the biggest country stars out there, and she's fallen down too many times and it's an intense emotional story. — Garrett Hedlund
Emotionally Down Sayings By J.R. Ward: Weight carried, whether it was physically, mentally, or emotionally, slowed you down. Weight carried, whether it was physically, mentally, or emotionally, slowed you down. — J.R. Ward
Emotionally Down Sayings By Alan Lightman: I still will sit down at the piano and play when I am wrestling with I still will sit down at the piano and play when I am wrestling with something emotionally or just want to move into the musical world. — Alan Lightman
Emotionally Down Sayings By Jennifer Salaiz: For some, like me, writing comes at a price. My best creations were written while For some, like me, writing comes at a price. My best creations were written while I was emotionally ripped open. I've spent some scenes so mentally self-exposed that I could barely see what I was writing. And as I sit here-my heart pounding, heaviness threatening to pull my heart down to my stomach, I ask myself this question ... are you ready to bleed some more? I smile and without pause, I pull up my current WIP. — Jennifer Salaiz
Emotionally Down Sayings By Samantha Morton: I have worked very hard on being aware of my childhood but moving forward and I have worked very hard on being aware of my childhood but moving forward and not letting it bring me down emotionally. That is a hard thing - especially when you have children of your own and you remember what happened to you at that age. — Samantha Morton
Emotionally Down Sayings By E.L. James: That scares me ... you scare me ... I am completly caught up in your That scares me ... you scare me ... I am completly caught up in your spell, considering a lifestyle with you that I didn't even know existed until last week, and then you write something like that and I want to run screaming into the hills. I won't of course, because I'd miss you. Really miss you. I want us to work, but I am terrified of the dept of feeling I have for you and the dark path you're leading me down. What you are offering is erotic and sexy, and I'm curious, but I'm also scared you'll hurt me- physically and emotionally. After threee months you could say good-bye, and where will that leave me if you do? — E.L. James
Emotionally Down Sayings By Bell Hooks: Emotionally shut-down black males are often represented as epitomizing desirable masculinity. Emotionally shut-down black males are often represented as epitomizing desirable masculinity. — Bell Hooks
Emotionally Down Sayings By Ted Cunningham: When you go home at night, let your home be the place where you disconnect When you go home at night, let your home be the place where you disconnect from the world and the grind of your job. Limit your social-media usage. Surfing Facebook keeps you connected physically, relationally, and emotionally to friends, work, and responsibilities. In turn, you wear down. — Ted Cunningham
Emotionally Down Sayings By Vickie Valladares: But I do know that everything happens for a purpose. These things, they make us But I do know that everything happens for a purpose. These things, they make us stronger, emotionally. And when we have a God to run to that loves us, it helps spiritually. The bible says that Jesus is our comforter and our helper. The memories of our past will always be there, but with Jesus on our side, your past won't hold you down. And right now, your past is keeping you down. — Vickie Valladares
Emotionally Down Sayings By Julie James: He'd set down his drink and leaned in. "Fine. You want me to elaborate, I He'd set down his drink and leaned in. "Fine. You want me to elaborate, I will. Here's the deal: I'm a guy. Generally speaking, we're pretty simple folk. I know women always want to think we have these deep, romantic, and emotionally angsty thoughts going on in our heads, but in reality? Not so much. You women have layers and you're complicated and mysterious and you say one thing, but you really mean another, and it's this whole tricky package that intrigues us and scares us and challenges us all at the same time. But men aren't like that. You talk about me not letting you in, but maybe what you don't realize is this: there is no in." He pointed to himself. "It's all right here on the surface, Jessica. What you see is what you get. — Julie James
Emotionally Down Sayings By Sylvia Day: Are you hurting anywhere else?" I asked, feeling so emotionally raw after the long night Are you hurting anywhere else?" I asked, feeling so emotionally raw after the long night we'd had. He caught my wrist and pulled my hand down to press flat over his heart. "Here." "So am I." He kissed my fingertips, then linked our hands and led me ... — Sylvia Day
Emotionally Down Sayings By Jonathan Gottschall: Whenever I was confronted in the schoolyard, I found some way to avoid the fight. Whenever I was confronted in the schoolyard, I found some way to avoid the fight. I ran for it. I backed down. Psychologically and emotionally, that isn't a low-cost course of action for most boys. You avoid a physical beating, but you pay a real social and psychological cost for it. Those moments of walking away from fights, even though I knew it was the rational and civilized thing to do, cost me tremendously. — Jonathan Gottschall
Emotionally Down Sayings By Gary L. Thomas: for now I'm just throwing it out there and asking you to at least consider for now I'm just throwing it out there and asking you to at least consider that romantic attraction, as wonderful and as emotionally intoxicating as it can be, can actually lead you astray as much as it can help you. I'm not talking it down; "connecting" with someone on that level is a wonderful thing. Enjoy it, revel in it, even write a song about it if you want, but don't bet your life on it. — Gary L. Thomas
Emotionally Down Sayings By Chris Prentiss: Stress and anxiety cause our brains to release chemicals that put lines in our faces Stress and anxiety cause our brains to release chemicals that put lines in our faces and tear us down emotionally and spiritually. — Chris Prentiss
Emotionally Down Sayings By Kangana Ranaut: Going vegetarian - and then vegan - has calmed me down, and it has also Going vegetarian - and then vegan - has calmed me down, and it has also made me physically and emotionally strong. I do crave meat once in a while, but I find that spiritually, non-vegetarian food works against my emotional health. — Kangana Ranaut
Emotionally Down Sayings By Barbara Fredrickson: Love requires you to be physically and emotionally present. It also requires that you slow Love requires you to be physically and emotionally present. It also requires that you slow down. — Barbara Fredrickson
Emotionally Down Sayings By Nicole Richie: I try to focus less on the actual items and more on the way they I try to focus less on the actual items and more on the way they make me feel. I like color around my face because it does something to me emotionally. I don't like to wear black because it brings me down. — Nicole Richie
Emotionally Down Sayings By Utah Phillips: I didn't know what exhausted me emotionally until that moment, and I realized that the I didn't know what exhausted me emotionally until that moment, and I realized that the experience of being a soldier, with unlimited license for excess, excessive violence, excessive sex, was a blueprint for self-destruction. Because then I began to wake up to the idea that manhood, as passed onto me by my father, my scoutmaster, my gym instructor, my army sergeant, that vision of manhood was a blueprint for self-destruction and a lie, and that was a burden that I was no longer able to carry. It was too difficult for me to be that hard. I said, "OK, Ammon, I will try that." He said, "You came into the world armed to the teeth. With an arsenal of weapons, weapons of privilege, economic privilege, sexual privilege, racial privilege. You want to be a pacifist, you're not just going to have to give up guns, knives, clubs, hard, angry words, you are going to have lay down the weapons of privilege and go into the world completely disarmed. — Utah Phillips
Emotionally Down Sayings By Alexander Payne: My editor and I remain very disciplined. It's just sometimes when you're making a film, My editor and I remain very disciplined. It's just sometimes when you're making a film, you get into the cutting room and you see a scene that's slowing you down in a certain section, but if you remove that scene then, emotionally or story-wise, another scene a half-hour later won't have the same impact. You just get stuck with it. — Alexander Payne
Emotionally Down Sayings By Tony Robbins: We're emotionally unfit. We expect things to be given to us that other generations had We're emotionally unfit. We expect things to be given to us that other generations had to earn. We think we're supposed to get homes with no money down and be supported by the government if we're unemployed. — Tony Robbins
Emotionally Down Sayings By Mike Mills: My experience, with both my parents, is that grief has a lot of down, sad My experience, with both my parents, is that grief has a lot of down, sad things, but I was also really emotionally raw, in the first year after each of them passed. Flowers smelled more intensely, my relationships were hotter, and I was more willing to risk. I was going for it a lot more. I was 'unsober' and I wasn't playing by my rules. — Mike Mills
Emotionally Down Sayings By Dan Simmons: The left side of my brain had been shut down like a damaged section of The left side of my brain had been shut down like a damaged section of a spinship being sealed off, airtight doors leaving the doomed compartments open to vacuum. I could still think. Control of the right side of my body soon returned. Only the language centers had been damaged beyond simple repair. The marvelous organic computer wedged in my skull had dumped its language content like a flawed program. The right hemisphere was not without some language - but only the most emotionally charged units of communication could lodge in that affective hemisphere; my vocabulary was now down to nine words. (This, I learned later, was exceptional, many victims of CVAs retain only two or three.) For the record, here is my entire vocabulary of manageable words: fuck, shit, piss, cunt, goddamn, motherfucker, asshole, peepee, and poopoo; — Dan Simmons
Emotionally Down Sayings By E.L. James: I have fallen for someone who's so emotionally shut down, I will only get hurt- I have fallen for someone who's so emotionally shut down, I will only get hurt- deep down I know this- someone who by his own admission is completely fucked up. — E.L. James
Emotionally Down Sayings By Taylor Lautner: Yeah, Jacob transforms a lot in 'New Moon.' Not only physically, but mentally and emotionally Yeah, Jacob transforms a lot in 'New Moon.' Not only physically, but mentally and emotionally as well. So it was a matter of getting to the gym and eating the right foods and a lot of it. But also, reading and studying the book and my character over and over and over again so I could have his character down as well. — Taylor Lautner
Emotionally Down Sayings By Sharon Horgan: I never used to see anything on TV where the man was in the weaker I never used to see anything on TV where the man was in the weaker position. It was always the female showing emotion, breaking down, being emotionally torn apart by men. — Sharon Horgan
Emotionally Down Sayings By Whoopi Goldberg: Now, I've always known that there were bullies in the world. We've seen a lot Now, I've always known that there were bullies in the world. We've seen a lot of it in politics lately as well as in daily life. You see it where people who may be stronger, or bigger, or better with verbiage than other folks ... show off. To me, that's what bullying is, showing off. It's saying, I'm better than you, I can take you down. Not just physically, but emotionally. — Whoopi Goldberg
Emotionally Down Sayings By John Bradshaw: When children have shame-based parents, they identify with them. This is the first step in When children have shame-based parents, they identify with them. This is the first step in the child's internalizing shame because the children carry their parent's shame. ABANDONMENT: THE LEGACY OF BROKEN MUTUALITY Shame is internalized when one is abandoned. Abandonment is the precise term to describe how one loses one's authentic self and ceases to exist psychologically. Children cannot know who they are without reflective mirrors. Mirroring is done by one's primary caregivers and is crucial in the first years of life. Abandonment includes the loss of mirroring. Parents who are shut down emotionally (all shame-based parents) cannot mirror and affirm their children's emotions. — John Bradshaw
Emotionally Down Sayings By Stephen King: Hug and kiss whoever helped get you - financially, mentally, morally, emotionally - to this Hug and kiss whoever helped get you - financially, mentally, morally, emotionally - to this day. Parents, mentors, friends, teachers. If you're too uptight to do that, at least do the old handshake thing, but I recommend a hug and a kiss. Don't let the sun go down without saying thank you to someone, and without admitting to yourself that absolutely no one gets this far alone. — Stephen King
Emotionally Down Sayings By Scott Patterson: I'd like to settle down eventually, but acting is emotionally draining. I'd like to settle down eventually, but acting is emotionally draining. — Scott Patterson
Emotionally Down Sayings By Howard Shore: I have to feel something emotionally on the story to be able to write for I have to feel something emotionally on the story to be able to write for it. I turn things down if I don't feel I'm really right to tell that particular story. — Howard Shore
Emotionally Down Sayings By Christopher Dines: Love addicts often pick partners who are emotionally unavailable because deep down, they don't feel Love addicts often pick partners who are emotionally unavailable because deep down, they don't feel worthy of having a healthy, loving relationship. A love addict craves and obsesses about becoming enmeshed or 'one' with another human being at all costs, even if it means putting themselves in potential danger. — Christopher Dines
Emotionally Down Sayings By Bobby Adair: I went into the living room and looked down at my mother's torn body and I went into the living room and looked down at my mother's torn body and shook my head. It was surreal. I guess some people in that situation would have crumbled, some would have cried, but I'd emotionally disconnected from life a long time ago. For that, I had to thank the skeletal bitch on the floor, with her greedy rodent soul and her short-tempered ape-mate in the kitchen. If anything, her death was a belated answer to old prayers, with a bit of an unexpected mess. — Bobby Adair
Emotionally Down Sayings By Alexandria Rhodes: He walked over to the piano and lifted the cover revealing black and white keys He walked over to the piano and lifted the cover revealing black and white keys that my fingers knew all too well. "Play for me?"
I looked at the piano hesitantly and I felt the passion start to grow back inside of me. My fingers itched to play and suddenly my body was moving towards the piano and I sat down, my posture back to where it should be, my fingers hovering over the keys ready to play a song that I hadn't heard in years.
I closed my eyes and slowly breathed in and out. And then my fingers flew across the keys, the music filling the room. The music moved me both emotionally and physically as I rocked my body to the music, putting all of me into the song. The music took me to a different place than where I was here and now. This is the melody I always seem to come back to, always finding myself lost in the notes. The song is a part of me as it tells a story. A story about loss and recovery. — Alexandria Rhodes
Emotionally Down Sayings By Lexi Blake: Honeymoon." Alex's big body was suddenly in the doorway. "Eve and I canceled. This is Honeymoon." Alex's big body was suddenly in the doorway. "Eve and I canceled. This is so much more important." God, Alex was going to kill him. He really was going to vomit. "I don't need anyone to hold my fucking hand." "Oh, no. You misunderstand. I wasn't talking about being here for you emotionally. I know you would never let me do that. I was talking about how much fun it's going to be to watch you deal with Kris ... Charlotte. Eve and I agreed watching this shit go down is going to be way better than Hawaii. — Lexi Blake
Emotionally Down Sayings By Katie Aselton: I think part of what makes someone a great actor is being able to walk I think part of what makes someone a great actor is being able to walk into a situation emotionally available and open, and have all your guards down, and just have that level of trust and security in yourself to know that you could walk out on that limb with someone else and be safe. — Katie Aselton
Emotionally Down Sayings By Marc Maron: In a lot of ways, I'm seeking some sort of peace of mind for myself. In a lot of ways, I'm seeking some sort of peace of mind for myself. I'm a fairly emotionally petty, resentful guy who has an inflated sense of himself, and I needed to take that down a notch. — Marc Maron
Emotionally Down Sayings By Ridley Pearson: Being a fiction writer is really like being an actor, because if you're going to Being a fiction writer is really like being an actor, because if you're going to write convincingly it has to sound right and play right. The only way that works is to emotionally and technically act out and see the scene you're in.
There's no better job in the world, because when I sit down at that computer I'm the world's best forensics expert, if that's what I'm writing about that day. Or I'm some crazed psycho running down a dark alley.
Or I'm a gorgeous woman looking to find a man that night. Whatever! But I'm all of those things, every day. How can you beat that? — Ridley Pearson
Emotionally Down Sayings By Marc Forster: For me, 'The Kite Runner' became about a guy who's emotionally shut down because he For me, 'The Kite Runner' became about a guy who's emotionally shut down because he hasn't confronted his past. — Marc Forster
Emotionally Down Sayings By Steve Maraboli: The "growing" we attribute to becoming more mature, could be more accurately described as "shrinking," The "growing" we attribute to becoming more mature, could be more accurately described as "shrinking," as we cut away the nonsense that emotionally weighs us down. — Steve Maraboli
Emotionally Down Sayings By Pema Chodron: Rejoicing in the good fortune of others is a practice that can help us when Rejoicing in the good fortune of others is a practice that can help us when we feel emotionally shut down and unable to connect with others. Rejoicing generates good will. — Pema Chodron
Emotionally Down Sayings By Tracey Ullman: The working classes in England were always sentimental, and the Irish and Scots and Welsh. The working classes in England were always sentimental, and the Irish and Scots and Welsh. The upper-class English are the stiff-upper-lipped ones. And the middle class. They're the ones who are crippled emotionally because they can't move up, and they're desperate not to move down. — Tracey Ullman
Emotionally Down Sayings By Alan Schmidt: Even if you surprise yourself with the strength of your own emotions and sudden resolve, Even if you surprise yourself with the strength of your own emotions and sudden resolve, it probably wasn't so sudden after all. You were probably squashing down weeks, months or even years of irritation triggered by your job. To your unconscious mind, it wouldn't come as a surprise at all! Emotionally intelligent people understand that we don't always understand our own actions a lot of the time, and they aren't scared to admit it either. People with high EQs respect the way in which the conscious and unconscious minds work together. Even when they end up doing something 'out of character,' they trust that there is a reason for their behaviour, and even if the final result is less than perfect, they resolve to learn from it. The unconscious mind doesn't — Alan Schmidt
Emotionally Down Sayings By Jodi Picoult: When you get down to it, though, explaining what you believe isn't all that easy. When you get down to it, though, explaining what you believe isn't all that easy. If you say that you believe something to be true, you might mean one of two things - that you're still weighing the alternatives, or that you accept it as a fact. I don't logically see how one single word can have contradictory definitions, but emotionally, I completely understand. Because there are times I think what I am doing is right, and there are other times I second-guess myself every step of the way. — Jodi Picoult
Emotionally Down Sayings By Robert M. Pirsig: The cause of our current social crises, he would have said, is a genetic defect The cause of our current social crises, he would have said, is a genetic defect within the nature of reason itself. And until this genetic defect is cleared, the crises will continue. Our current modes of rationality are not moving society forward into a better world. They are taking it further and further from that better world. Since the Renaissance these modes have worked. As long as the need for food, clothing and shelter is dominant they will continue to work. But now that for huge masses of people these needs no longer overwhelm everything else, the whole structure of reason, handed down to us from ancient times, is no longer adequate. It begins to be seen for what it really is ... emotionally hollow, esthetically meaningless and spiritually empty. — Robert M. Pirsig
Emotionally Down Sayings By Gary Chapman: One way to express love emotionally is to use words that build up. Solomon, author One way to express love emotionally is to use words that build up. Solomon, author of the ancient Hebrew Wisdom Literature, wrote, "The tongue has the power of life and death."2 Many couples have never learned the tremendous power of verbally affirming each other. Solomon further noted, "An anxious heart weighs a man down, but a kind word cheers him up. — Gary Chapman
Emotionally Down Sayings By Henry Cloud: Parents have two tasks associated with no. First, they need to help their child feel Parents have two tasks associated with no. First, they need to help their child feel safe enough to say no, thereby encouraging his or her own boundaries. Though they certainly can't make all the choices they'd like, young children should be able to have a no that is listened to. Informed parents won't be insulted or enraged by their child's resistance. They will help the child feel that his no is just as loveable as his yes. They won't withdraw emotionally from the child who says no, but will stay connected. One parent must often support another who is being worn down by their baby's no. This process takes work! — Henry Cloud
Emotionally Down Sayings By Lusia Strus: I personally take cues directly from the script, then I like to surprise the other I personally take cues directly from the script, then I like to surprise the other actors. But you must maintain control on a level and see how far you can go up, down or out emotionally. You have to balance the craft with spontaneity. — Lusia Strus
Emotionally Down Sayings By Yanni: Well, besides being entertained, I'd like to move them emotionally. I mean I really want Well, besides being entertained, I'd like to move them emotionally. I mean I really want to uplift them. I want to look down at the audience, and this is personal experiences now I'm going to tell you. It's like you look down at the audience and see people smiling, crying, hugging each other. I want them on their way home to feel empowered like they can do anything. — Yanni
Emotionally Down Sayings By Bryan Clay: For decathletes, our event goes all throughout the day so you're trying to go up For decathletes, our event goes all throughout the day so you're trying to go up and down and up and down emotionally and physically and you know mentally you're just on a roller coaster. — Bryan Clay
Emotionally Down Sayings By Rupa Mehta: So many people can be physically light and fit but emotionally heavy and weighed down. So many people can be physically light and fit but emotionally heavy and weighed down. — Rupa Mehta
Emotionally Down Sayings By Oche Otorkpa: From New Delhi to New York, from Durban to Rio; women andgirls are been hunted From New Delhi to New York, from Durban to Rio; women and
girls are been hunted down by rapists, abused by pedophiles and
emotionally decapitated by a society that is becoming increasingly
hostile to the womenfolk — Oche Otorkpa
Emotionally Down Sayings By Allan Folsom: He was tired, he realized, emotionally and physically. He wanted to lie down and turn He was tired, he realized, emotionally and physically. He wanted to lie down and turn off the world and sleep for a week. — Allan Folsom