repressing emotion

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The repressing emotion has "eliminated the will" of the patient so that no freedom remains.
Aumann goes on to say that this applies "exclusively to the mortification of the repressing emotions in cases of obsessive-compulsive neurotics.
Strangest of all, Morton, who can give Banks a run for his money in repressing emotions, reveals to a startled Annie: 'I did a bit of burlesque once'.
day d Strangest of all, Helen - who can give Banks a run for his money in repressing emotions - reveals to a startled Annie: "I did a bit of burlesque once.
Mate makes the case that individuals need to be able to express anger "moderately" without raging; the balance between repressing emotions and screaming is a difficult but worthwhile psychological work.
These reactions include: Nonproductive behaviors, such as: confronting, dominating, defending, using sarcasm, hostile humor, repressing emotions, insisting on being right, and blaming.
Strangest of all, Helen - who can give Banks run for his money in repressing emotions - reveals to a startled Annie: "I did a bit of burlesque once.
Scientists at the University of Michigan, who studied 192 couples for 17 years, discovered that regularly repressing emotions can increase stress-related conditions such as heart disease and high blood pressure.
Repressing emotions can lead to dysfunctional behaviour and relationship difficulties later.