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Have you ever had trouble expressing your feelings?

Have you ever had trouble expressing your innermost feelings? The most private feelings were you’ve been hurt or you’ve done something to upset in your family. You would think, after all these years of eating crow or explaining why I did something wrong and then making an effort not to do it again. It would be easier not to hurt those you love but I feel it getting harder.

Now if it’s I am talking about general topics, for example, today’s news, or culture, or weather, work, I can spout information off no problem, but when I try to articulate my feelings, maybe I’m crying or why I’m so mad. I can’t find the words. I don’t know if you’ve experienced it but I do. I’ve been trying to work on not be afraid to be vulnerable, my progress is slowing going. I feel writing those feelings down can help. I can continue working on saying or reading the words out loud.


There’s always room for growth. So, tell me what do you think? Do you have trouble expressing those deep feelings? Or when you do it’s hard to explain it. Let me know what you think.

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Mary Welp-Author of RISE Hypnotic Meditation

Nicky Asher-Bowling Hello everybody! This is Nicky from Motherhood Unfiltered: It’s going to be okay! Today I have Mary Welp on the podcast, and she is the author of rise hypnotic meditation, and she is a cranial sacral and hypnotherapist. First tell me about being a Hypnotherapist and how this cranial sacral works? Mary Welp […]

Mary Welp-Author of RISE Hypnotic Meditation
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We all have some geekiness in us…

I love new technology anything that makes daily living easier! Several years ago my stud muffin gifted me a weather station and I love, love, love it!

https://ambientweather.net/share/aCeFWH

What is your favorite geeky gadget you love to use??

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Daily Devotional

Hey there my friend! Have you read a good devotional lately? I am reading this by my friend Tammy and it has been so great! It will be available to purchase soon (September 27), you are going to want to check this out. Get on her emailing list at http://www.pursuitoverperfection.com

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Do you ever have trouble expressing your feelings?

Do you ever have trouble expressing your feelings? I mean, your feelings were you’ve been hurt or you’ve hurt somebody or you’ve done something that upset someone in your family or your spouse or someone that you care about. You would think, after all these years that me myself eating crow or expressing why I did something and and then you know making an effort not to do it again, that it would be easier but sometimes I feel like it gets harder. Now if it’s something general about today’s news, or culture, or weather, work, I can spout that information off no problem, but when I have to try and articulate how I am feeling and then explain why I’m feeling that way I’m upset, maybe I’m crying or or I’m just so mad. I can’t find the words. I don’t know if you’ve experienced it. I know I have and it’s something that I’ve been trying to work on not be afraid to be vulnerable. I feel that maybe writing those feelings down can help so I can, still continue to get used to saying those words out loud or, reading them out loud. I don’t know, I always feel like there’s room for growth. So, so tell me what what do you think? Do you still have trouble expressing those deep feelings you really don’t share with a lot of people? Or when you do it’s hard to explain it. Let me know what you think. This transcript was generated by https://otter.ai

Part of the problem with the word ‘disabilities’ is that it immediately suggests an inability to see or hear or walk or do other things that many of us take for granted. But what of people who can’t feel? Or talk about their feelings? Or manage their feelings in constructive ways? What of people who aren’t able to form close and strong relationships? And people who cannot find fulfillment in their lives, or those who have lost hope, who live in disappointment and bitterness and find in life no joy, no love? These, it seems to me, are the real disabilities.

Fred Rogers
The World According to Mister Rogers:
Important Things to Remember