Have you ever wondered how to identify your emotional core issues? Do you wonder if you even have emotional core issues? Ever find that a situation that would normally roll off your back has made you increasingly upset? Maybe you don't know what is causing you to be so upset. Core emotional issues are the main things that we get angry about. These issues are our buttons, as some people may call them. If you want to identify the core emotional issues that are responsible for a recent blow up, there are a series of questions that may help retrieve this answer. Here are some of the questions that will help you identify your emotional core issues.
- Do you feel that you were used or mistreated? Being mistreated or taken advantage of is one of the sure-fire ways to make anyone upset. Most people don't like to be used or mistreated and if it has happened, it may be enough to push them over the edge. If it happens a lot in your life or has happened a lot in the past, it may be a emotional core issue.
- Are you questioning one of your morals or beliefs? This can be a major problem and can leak over into every other part of your life. Confusion can make every day problems more intense. If you grew up being a devout Catholic and one day figure out that you want to be an atheist, this may cause you to have problems in other areas of your life as well.
- Who taught you that? If a person has grown up their whole life under the assumption that they are to act one way, it may be difficult for them to change. If you were taught to hold all your emotions in and not show anyone that you are upset, this may be a major core emotional issue.
- What did that question lead you to believe about yourself? This is one of the major questions. After an altercation, how did you feel about yourself afterward? Many have a hard time answering this because they either feel bad or guilty about the way that they reacted to the situation.
There are many questions that can be asked to identify the core emotional issues that a person may be feeling and with the proper help and patience, there is no reason why the answers to the question should go on being hidden.
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