UCLA, researchers have identified at least 27 human emotions. ADVERTISEMENT Most of the time, you know how you’re feeling. However, there are times when you’re perplexed, and your emotions are in a whirlwind.
Journaling offers you an emotional release and a way to label how you feel.For example, you may be angry when writing a journal entry.
When you later reflect on what you wrote, you might realize your emotions were more profound than just anger. Anger is often the easiest to show, and it hides hurt, fear, and grief.Various patterns in your life aren’t always apparent at first.Read more on powerofpositivity.com