Why am I so emotional? — How to STOP being so emotional

“Why am I so emotional?” I used to ask myself that question all the time. As any masters in positive psychology or any good life coaching courses will tell you, mastering your emotions is key in life. But how can we stop being so emotional? This guide has the answer.

more-buttonwhy-am-i-so-emotional-sensitive-people-emotionsLots of people wonder how they can stop being so emotional, which is why emotional rehab centers around the country are flooded. Most of us aren’t severely emotional–we’re not suffering from emotional depression symptoms — we could just do with being made of slightly thicker stuff. Thankfully, our online positive psychology course has the answers.

Thankfully, once you understand the science of emotions you can take control of how you are feeling and learn to control your feelings and emotions.

How to control your emotions

Click through to the next page and we’ll look at the science of emotions, providing powerful tools which will enable you to take full control of your emotions.




Did your upbringing make you emotionally sensitive?

more-buttonThough we have covered many different types of self help on this site, ranging from positive psychology courses to life coaching courses, the best way to stop being emotional came from a very different source, which I’ll share below.
Before we discuss how to stop being so emotional, let me tell you my own answer to why I was so emotional myself.  Because believe me, I used to beg myself all the time, “Why am I so emotional? Why am I so emotional? Why, Why WHY am I so emotional. . . ?!”

I was always extremely emotional because I had, for many many years, lived in a rather turmoil and explosive environment. There was a lot of arguing in my home when i was younger and a lot of emotion. Because of this, I essentially became conditioned to think that any minor issue would lead to a full blown argument and a lot of emotional pain. That mindset made me incredibly sensitive to anything negative and in turn made me very emotionally sensitive. But that was before I learned how to stop being so emotional, which I’ll share on the next page.



more-buttonActing is one subject I discuss a lot  (not surprising, given that I’m an actor. . .). And I like to think I discuss acting in an innovative manner.

No life coaching. No positive psychology. Acting. WEIRD, but true.

video-buttonYou see, acting is more than getting on a stage and speaking lines.  Genuine acting is about learning to live as a fictional character, about literally thinking and feeling what a fictional character would think and feel. And if acting can enable us to bring to life a character that doesn’t even exist. .  .well, surely then it can help us to become the person we really want to be too, and if that’s the case, then acting is naturally very closely related to self development and self improvement. Acting is the number one kind of emotional depression rehab, the number one mental health resource, as we are about to show.

How to stop being so emotional through method acting.

It really is amazing how acting can help with mental health disorders (which is why, I suppose, acting has entered into the realm of art therapy and is used in places like prison rehabilitations, among other areas).




Acting Reveals how to stop being so emotional 

There are a million positive psychology tips to be learnt from acting, yet one seems to stand out above the rest. That tip, or law, or life-changing truth, is that emotions precede thoughts.

more-buttonThoughts, essentially, are a by-product of emotion. If you feel positive, you’ll think positively. If you feel negative, you’ll think negatively. What’s more, through method acting you can learn to make yourself feel however you want to feel.

When you put those two facts together, you realise that method acting can make you feel how you choose to feel, and by creating your feelings you can create the way you think.  (You don’t need to be a pro-actor to make use of this by the way. In a moment I’ll reveal how even someone with absolutely zero acting experience can immediately begin to make use of this information. ).

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