How can you cope with anxiety, concern and despair?

Nowadays, a few or more of us, but a day, sometimes a long-term guest, sometimes a short time to go, seems to have gone fast, sometimes the negative emotions come as a guest. What are these negative emotions? Depression, anxiety, concern, despair... and is it possible to direct these guests just like our real-life guests? "You stay, I need to deal with you, you go because you're not real, you are a perception."

According to Dr. David Burns, who has been working on the causes and treatment of depression for years at the University of Pennsylvania. The differentiating part of his studies is that he is guiding individuals to understand his own emotional state. Individuals who understand their own emotions can be able to regulate these emotions by understanding them, as well as the power to heal themselves. The clinical level of support mentioned here is not only the depression that is needed, but for all of us, the negative emotions of almost everyday levels.

Sometimes we face the fact that these negative emotions affect our quality of life, and the painful part of the job is sometimes we try to keep our way with the weight of negative emotions without realizing their existence. The good part of this work is that we are always able to regulate our daily feeling and quality of life with a certain proportion and consciousness without the need for professional support.

Dr. Burns explains the occurrence of emotions as follows; There's a series of incidents around us, some positive, some negative, some neutral events. And we label these events with our thoughts, we interpret them. This is the critical phase; Because sometimes the events we interpret correctly, as well as the right idea, sometimes we misinterpret the events and give them negative meanings. As a result of this internal conversation, our minds are positive and negative thoughts. He's even running.

On the other hand, our emotions... Our emotions are not shaped by current events in the outside world, our emotions are composed by events that we interpret, i.e. labeled, categorised thoughts. So how accurately do we interpret and turn the idea into emotion? If all our experiences are rendered in the brain and make sense to us, and if we are feeling, if we examine this transformation, what changes in our lives?

Dr. David Burns has recovered in 10 things that we have been adding to our structure as negative emotions, and therefore how we multiply the phenomena in cognitive sense with his work. I think that each substance deserves to be self-taught, to look back inside us, to review our everyday experiences from this perspective. For him, we will examine each item in a sort of a series of articles.

Like a novel in our lives, we look at the outside like a movie, who knows what we're going to tell your hero. It will give us a whole new power and confidence to know that we have the lead role, our attitudes and even our emotions, that we can shape our quality of life with our own hands.