Jul 23, 2022

How to Emotionally Regulate | The BEST relationship advice to practice

Anyone who's been in relationship knows - emotions run hot, and it's easy to get into little bickering exchanges with partners.

Even if you are head-over-heels in love with your partner, inevitably, you will trigger each other and need to manage hurt feelings.

This is what most couples therapy is about. People come to my office saying, "We want to work on communication."

But what they really mean is, "We want to stop getting into uncomfortable disagreements that corrode our connection."

Today's video will walk you through the first step of ending problematic patterns in your relationship: emotional regulation.

Without the ability to catch yourself upset and begin a self-soothing process, it will be impossible to maintain a satisfying, emotionally connected relationship.

Watch the video to discover a simple neuroscience-based practice and a helpful tool to help you on your way to more emotional regulation. Enjoy!

XO,
Jami Lynn
#PracticeIntimacy

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DISCLAIMER: This content is not therapy, nor is it a substitute for therapy. If something in this video is activating, illuminating, or intriguing to you - please seek a trained professional to explore the topic with

mental health awareness | relationship advice | psychology facts | emotional regulation

0:00 Intro to Emotional Regulation
1:06 Name it!
2:01 Neuroscience of naming feelings
5:40 Describing your feelings
6:45 Tool for Practicing

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