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Dealing with emotions is an essential aspect of our daily lives. Emotions are complex psychological and physiological experiences that can influence our thoughts, behaviours, and physical well-being. How we deal with our emotions can significantly affect our mental and physical health and relationships. 

One of the most important things to do when dealing with emotions is to recognise and acknowledge them. 

When we do this means we are aware of what we are feeling and why we are feeling it. It's also important to understand that all emotions are valid, and there is no right or wrong way to feel. Once we acknowledge our feelings, we can begin to manage them effectively. 
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There are many different techniques for managing emotion. 
Some people find that exercise, meditation, or deep breathing can help calm them down and reduce anxiety or stress. Others find that talking to a trusted friend or therapist can help them work through their emotions and find solutions to their problems. Additionally, some may discover journaling or expressing their emotions through art or music helpful. 
When we ignore or suppress our emotions, this can have negative consequences. 
Bottling up emotions can lead to feelings of anxiety, depression, or anger and can even manifest physically as headaches or other physical symptoms. 
Do you want to understand and recognise your emotions? 
To become more aware of your feeling and why you are feeling it. You can book a morning/afternoon or early evening at RTSC, where we will work on mapping your emotions and build an action plan specifically for you. These sessions are face-to-face at the RTSC office, remotely or online. 
To book your place go to our contact page and leave your details.  
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