Recently, I wrote and publised the article, Emotional Hangovers and What Helps Me to Avoid Them. To offer the information in a different format I created a slideshow presentation of the article.
Below is an introduction to the article
“Have you ever come away from a conversation feeling anxious with a sense of dread? For many years I had no idea what I was experiencing in the aftermath of these conversations. And then one day I heard someone use the term, “emotional hangovers”.
The term “emotional hangover” certainly made sense to me, as I experienced anguish, worry, doubt, distress. tension, fear, dread, apprehension, and unease following conversations with some family and friends.
An emotional hangover leaves me feeling anxious as I believe I have done something wrong that I am responsible to fix.
That I have done something wrong that I am unable to fix.”
To watch the slideshow presentation of the article, click on start
To read the full article from which this slideshow is created, you may click on this link: Emotional Hangovers and What Helps Me to Avoid Them
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