Emotions and the physiological stress reaction can affect the everyday life? It is a way of

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Emotions and the physiological stress reaction can affect the everyday life? It is a way of expressing oneself in life. Positive emotions can open the door to learning for you. Negative emotions-especially overwhelming stress-can literally make to impossible to do well. This is subject that I know too well. The emotional state of mind also has a big part in our success. (Why Learning Is Not All in Your Head), Neurophysiologist Carla Hannaford writes: “Our mind/body system learns through experiencing life in context, in relationship to everything else, and it is our emotions, our feelings that mediate that context. In order to learn, think or create, learners must have an emotional commitment.” Becoming more aware on the state of mind a…show more content…
Negative emotions are fueled by an underlying fear of the unknown; how can I make a difference? What I’m going to do next? When it is going to get better? Negative situation causes your body to be pushed to dramatic reaction. Sometimes negative feelings can be helpful for survival but these feelings can be incapacitating. The results can cause sickness, depression, anxiety and even chronic pain. These problems do not have a positive effect you in your life. Positive emotions are fueled by an underlying desire for enjoyment and unity. The positive emotions can be something that can be motiving to accomplish things. When positive emotions open us up to new possibilities, we are more able to learn and build on our skills. That leads to doing better on daily tasks. People who have plenty of positive emotions in their everyday lives tend to be happier, healthier, learn better, and get along well with others. I have coped with my emotions by registering in college so that I can make a difference in my life and my family. I have the desire to become a role model to my children and grandchildren. I have found that sometimes creating a positive image in my head can often help with creating better situations to happen. My spiritual side has also evolved. I have become more involved on reading positive things such as the bible. Prayer has become a model for me to be able to cope. Perhaps the
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