To yell at your anger, from the heart to swear, to kick an offender - these are options for splashing emotions. Strictly speaking, to throw out the joy in laughter or wide embraces is also here, but usually under the splash of emotions they mean a splash of negative emotions, or more precisely a splash of real or imagined aggression.
Unlike emotional response, the splash of emotions does not mean either deep awareness, no living, or solution to the emotion-causing problem.
How to treat the spilling out of negative emotions?
To splash negative emotions should be treated with caution. In psychological literature, the recommendation often sounds: "If you are angry and you are overwhelmed by aggression, do not put it down in yourself, find a way to defuse it. Throw it out in words, throw it out in action, and it will become easier for you. " This is so, and not so. It is true that now, from a splash, it will most likely become easier for you, and it is not true that you should accustom yourself to this method.
Read more about this in the article Discharging Aggression and Negative Emotions.
What to do?
Developed, mentally healthy and mentally mature people solve this issue without any problems ↑. A realistically thinking person who is accustomed to think first and not to worry, violent negative emotions do not appear often. A well-educated person has negative emotions that do not turn into a storm, they can be easily coped with, they are completely manageable. You do not need to spit out anything to someone who does not inflame himself, but what you are worried about or infuriates, you can talk. Restraint in behavior, the ability to restrain their negative feelings - an indicator of internal culture and upbringing, an indispensable attribute of a business and simply successful person. If you do not wind up emotions inside yourself, restraint in the behavior and expression of your feelings is not harmful at all. See →
How to treat the splash of emotions by children
To the outburst of emotions children need to be treated the same way as in the outburst of emotions by adults. Children still do not know how to manage themselves, and children can manage their emotions better than adults, and encourage future hysterical behavior should not be. See →
And if you do not throw emotions out on you, but on you?
In short, then - first draw the person s attention to what he is doing, and ask him not to do it again. If he reacted to this normally - then help him in this, remind and support him in his efforts. If he has not heard you and does not want to hear, then he should simply forbid it under the threat of a break in relations. It’s another matter that most women are cowards and they never do that, but that’s another question. If you need the help of a consultant - write to email@example.com