There is a child in each of us. Psychologists distinguish 4 main types of such children. In the survey of April 24, we published a photo-question. This article provides the descriptions of these types. This article will help participants to find their inner child inside them. Read the description of the type that you have chosen, voting in the surveys - try to ask questions to your inner child and answer them honestly.
- What event from childhood amuses you and makes laugh?
- What usually brings you joy, despite the workload?
- How often do you experience joy without a reason?
- What prevents you from rejoicing more often?
Advice: Find out what gives you a mental pleasure (alone or with friends, with your family, with a partner, etc.)
You need to start to appreciate and fully experience the joyful moments in life. If there are very few of them, then try to create moments of joy, and do not wait for them from life. Do not be afraid to experience bright emotions, give yourself up to joyful feelings.
- What scared you so much in your childhood?
- What do you do with your fear?
- Do you need help to overcome your fears?
Advice: Accept your fear without guilt. And you should not belittle it, or exaggerate it, it only hinders the struggle. Show strength of will, and say out loud: “I'm afraid.”
Try to understand the nature of your fear and what it is connected with. Destroy negative thoughts associated with anxiety, failure, loneliness.
Bring yourself back to reality. Live for today, and do not forget that emotions are the result of your thoughts connected with reality.
- How often did you cry in your childhood?
- What made you cry?
- Do you often feel sad?
- Do your parents or your acquaintances help you to cope with sadness?
Advice: First of all, you should accept and understand the acute emotion that you feel at the given moment. Become the part of this sadness and say out loud: “It makes me sick”.
Find the reason of your sadness, if it is not so difficult. Challenge yourself on durability with depressing memories.
Talk with your close ones about that, this will help you to let this emotion go and make it less frequent.
Do not forget to calm, support and entertain yourself. Find a friend inside you, a friend that will take care of you in a turning point.
- What made you angry most of all?
- How often do you get angry?
- What is your anger associated with?
Advice: Do not “suppress” your anger. Feel it deeply, understand what was the cause of it. Try to equalize your breathing and do not enter dialogues that will lead to a conflict situation. Say out loud: “I am furious”.
Become friends with your anger, control it. Think, how your angry emotions are justified and how they affect your circle and work. Think it over, how you can drop the scales of negative emotions and lead it in the right direction.
DB Advisors Analytical Center