You can’t help the way that you feel, and so your feelings are never inherently wrong or bad. Allowing yourself time to build up an emotional vocabulary is a good step in being able to understand your feelings better.
Here, we are listing the top 10 insidious effects that social media may have on children.Most of us are no stranger to this scenario: A group of friends sits down to a meal together, laughing, swapping stories, and catching up on the news – but not necessarily with the people in front of them!Nowadays, it’s not unusual to have one’s phone handy on the table, easily within reach for looking up movie times, checking e-mails, showing off photos, or taking a call or two.Last spring, when I was teaching a sexuality education class to middle school students, I remember clearly a student trying to explain to my co-teacher and me that “no one ever actually talks like this” when we were doing a lesson on healthy communication, especially as it pertains to relationships. It’s not something that we’re taught how to do effectively, and so that can leave us really at a loss for how to go about it. Oftentimes, when people ask me for advice about having trouble communicating their feelings, I notice a very clear trend: They’re apologetic for the feelings themselves.They don’t actually believe that it’s okay to have those feelings in the first place.