Emotional balance

Emotions are what we genuinely feel about things. Emotional balance is a state of "being aware of our emotions enough to manage them in a way that is gentle, honest, and wise". In other words, our life is full of positive and negative emotions, and via a smart emotional regulation, a person can achieve an emotional balance - good balance between bad and good emotions. Emotional balance given a person positive wellbeing, broaden the mind, overcome challenges, and have a positive outlook. 

Not being able to express their true emotions, buts a burden on the person, and can cause emotional imbalance.

Emotional balance of the person is mostly being affected by negative emotions. We refer to 32 emotions by Plutchik's Wheel of emotions: Acceptance, Admiration, Aggressiveness, Amazement, Anger, Annoyance, Anticipation, Apprehension, Awe, Boredom, Contempt, Disappointment, Disgust, Distraction, Ecstasy, Fear, Grief, Interest, Joy, Loathing, Love, Optimism, Pensiveness, Rage, Remorse, Sadness, Serenity, Submission, Surprise, Terror, Trust, Vigilance.

Negative emotions

Anticipation - looking forward to a future event or state, sometimes with an affective component

Anger - displeasure, hostility or antagonism towards someone or something.

Aggressiveness - mixed emotion between anger and anticipation, which can turn into aggressive behaviour 

Annoyance - the feeling that you get when someone makes you feel angry or impatient

Rage - intense, uncontrolled anger that is an increased stage of hostile response to a perceived egregious injury or injustice

Vigilance - the feeling of sustained attention

Contempt - the feeling when you look down on someone and don’t want to have anything to do with it

Disgust - feeling of aversion towards something offensive

Loathing - intense feeling of disgust 

Grief - the emotional suffering you feel when something or someone you love is taken away

Sadness - an emotional pain associated with, or characterised by, feelings of disadvantage, loss, despair, helplessness, disappointment and sorrow

Disappointment - feeling unhappy because someone or something was not as good as your expectations

Amazement - feeling of shocked or being astonished by something

Terror - an overwhelming feeling of fear and anxiety

 

Negative emotions have the overwhelming impact on the emotional balance of the person. They are, usually, being suppressed, as part of emotional regulation, yet they do not go away and require an emotional release. Emotional release experiences on Emotions.market present large variety of options, in a way a person - emotional experience recipient - can release trapped emotions and improve their emotional balance. Smashing, screaming and shouting are particularly popular experiences. Other people prefer to get a confession, make a demolition, or enjoy humour or sport and challenges to address overwhelming emotions.

Positive emotions

Experiencing positive emotions, such as joy, acceptance, awe and serenity are really good for emotional balance. To address emotional exhaustion and prevalence of negative emotions, our emotional enrichment experiences can work to increase the level of positive emotions.

Getting a hug, playing a smell guessing game, get an emotional photo session, animal experiences or you can join a family for a week of meals. Other creators can offer you compliments or a release of endorphins via duet signing. Positive emotions can also be achieved via play experiences, experience hosting, sensory and sensual experiences. Explore large range of emotional experiences at emotions market.

Emotional balance is essential for happiness and mental wellbeing

Emotional balance occurs when you process all the emotions that come your way for appropriate amounts of time. Emotionally balanced people feel their emotions fully, process them, and then move on with their lives. Learn about what emotions do we like to experience and tactile experiences and emotions.