al, 2012). However, if the positive emotion may fall into fearful reaction, it might indicate poorer psychological health. It is like spending our life imagining what we could have or should have been, not enjoying happiness that must be borne of life. Additionally, other findings demonstrate that under certain circumstances, valuing happiness may be self-defeating. Leading people to value happiness more make less happy people (Mauss, Tamir, Anderson, & Savino,
Introduction Most people are exposed to at least one violent or life-threatening situation during the course of their lives (Ozer, Best, Lipsey, & Weiss, 2003). Also, losing a loved one through death is a common life event (Wittouck et al., 2011). Not everyone copes with these potentially disturbing events in the same way. Some people manage to go through the temporary disruption of loss or potentially traumatic events remarkably well and adapt successfully. Some people experience acute distress from which they are unable to recover while others seem to recover quickly but then begin to experience unexpected health problems or difficulties concentrating or enjoying life the way they used to (Bonanno, 2004).
A negative body image gives a person a lot of stress, discomfort, shame and anxiety and having a negative attitude can definitely lead to all of those things. Comparing yourself to others and wishing to look like other people, can lead to similar things as well. Having a positive body image is being happy with the person in your own skin and having a true understanding of yourself. You should never talk down on yourself, it does nothing but create more problems causing you to have a negative body image. You should be proud that you are different from everyone else and learn to love your
These ideas are irrelevant though, for feelings of sadness are virtually inevitable. All people experience these emotions at some point in their life whether they want to or not, and for that reason, society must learn to accept these gloomy states. As mentioned in the article “Don’t Worry, Be Gloomy,” many people believe that positive emotions are linked to a lower risk of illnesses, depression, anxiety, and other personality disorders (David 124). But, though this may be true, excessive feelings of positivity also are accompanied by many detrimental side effects. The article “Happiness: Enough Already” explains this idea more thoroughly by stating, “Being ‘up’ all the time can cause you to play down very real threats” (Begley 456).
In other words, emotions can either be good or bad. I feel that this is something that should be avoid because, when we refer to certain emotions as good or bad, we develop this concept that it is right or wrong to feel a certain way. This may result in some individuals feeling ashamed to feel “bad.” We have created a society where you force positivity upon people and shame those that are not positive. In doing this, we create a strict environment that fails to consider the diversity in emotion. In addition, if a person feels ashamed of their unhappiness, then they may be afraid to share their feelings.
Emotions and moods is an integral part of our daily living as individuals and plays an important role in the majority of our working life. But how can this actually affect our job satisfaction and performance? There are various theories and applications on how emotions and moods can affect the general performance of an individual in his or her respective job. One theory that explains such effect is known as the Affective events theory, this theory explains that emotions are responses to events in the work environment no matter what it may be as long as it triggers a positive or negative reactions that vary in intensity depending on the emotional capacity of an individual. All in all the Affective Events Theory is emphasizing that environment
These feelings can be similar to those experienced when we encounter any other significant loss, such as a death or divorce (15). Moses, 1987 also revealed that parents of disabled child may even experience feelings and symptoms of traumatic stress, particularly at the time of their child’s diagnosis. Parents need to have the space to fully experience and express all of these important feelings. Letting go of the hopes and dreams that we originally had about their child or children, and which no longer serve us, is an exceptionally complicated and complex process. Parents often find themselves juggling the daily needs of their family with medical and therapy appointments, teacher meetings and advocating for services
In addition, they think an illness bothers one’s behavior. Likewise, if people notice that they have a terminal illness and have to fight against it, most of them will get depressed deeply. Some people say that an illness gets worse by one’s negative thoughts. According to a study of Osaka University, there is evidence that the stress may affect on decreasing the immunity. John Green showed the situation to reverse the stereotype which having an illness is completely dark throughout his novel, The Fault in Our Stars.
Sometimes a negative change forces you to think more creatively and in such circumstances you feel compelled to find a solution. The wonderful benefits of Positive Stress include increased productivity & creativity, better health and improved self-esteem. Positive Change Cause Negative Stress: Positive change is like you got promotion and transferred to very good place and post and you have a benefit that you got more salary but beside that you also have to spend your personal hours for that job because it also bring more responsibilities and