Why cant I express my emotions?

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Date Joined Jul 2011
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   Posted 8/20/2011 9:00 PM (GMT -6)   
Greeting healingwell community,
Ive come to this forum once again to find out what I can do with myself and how I feel towards others. To be direct, I feel like I cannot open up to anyone and I keep my emotions to myself. I hide behind a wall of solitude and it really bothers me that i dont have an explanation for this. I wish to be more outgoing and not to be so miserable and alone all the time, but i really dont know where to start. if there is a councellor or someone on this forum, hearing from you would be immensly gratifying. I am 19 years old, male and attending school still. I apologize if this thread isnt very informative, but if there are questions you guys would like to ask to give extra information as to help reach a soluiton i would be more than glad to give it!

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   Posted 8/21/2011 9:31 AM (GMT -6)   
Hi Disturbed,

We dont counsel. But we are here to support you. I am sorry that you feel you can't express emotions properly. I was like that and I kept everything bottleed up until I exploded. I think first of all, you have to determine if the issue is worth getting upset over. Whatever it is that is going on.

Here are a coulple of sites that might help you in the meantime.



Just copy and paste one of them in your browser and see if it helps. I hear moodgym is good.

Are you going to any counseling now? I think that would really help you. You can learn to be assertive that way. And you will be able to speak your mind without arguments. I wish for you the best. Try the sites and see if they help you.

Hugs, Karen
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