Dealing With Emotionally Confused Women

Everyone is going through periods of time when they are feeling depressed, but emotional, confused is a growing problem in our society today. It can be confusing and scary to be in this type of mental state.

For example, let’s take the situation of a woman who is being pushed towards marriage by powerful people at work. She would always try to prove her case and there was no sense in any of it. Then a few months later, she realizes that the pressures of marriage have pushed her down a deep depression. And her husband had planned a surprise party for her.

They have no idea that she is also getting angry feelings and more confused with everything. She doesn’t know how to communicate with him, and her grief is showing in many different ways. Her husband, who have known all along that she was crazy about him, and now realizes that he has lost his wife.

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It is good to look at stories and see how many have ended in tragic fashion. How did they recover from it? How do you feel when you are just a little way into a huge emotional situation and you don’t know what to do?

You may wonder if there is a way to get past angry feelings? Does one thing to make a difference? Or is it all or nothing? Do you just get mad and that’s that?

The most effective way to handle the scary situation of emotional confused is to feel more in control. This is easier said than done, but the only way to find out is to allow yourself to feel bad enough to get upset. Allow yourself to feel bad enough to really make it clear that you are upset and you need help. Don’t pretend like you don’t feel.

Asyou feel those emotions, deal with them and the more you do it, the more things you will be able to do. Once you are emotionally exhausted and you just feel like you can’t handle any more of this mess, then you might need some professional help. That’s when the people that know you best will help you. The best thing you can do is to move forward, take action, and heal yourself.

It is okay to be scared and ask for help when you feel a little over your head. You need to get the help that you need so that you can move on with your life.


Oliver James trained and practised as a clinical child psychologist and, since 1988, has worked as a writer, journalist, broadcaster, and television documentary producer and presenter. His books include the best-selling Affluenza, They F*** You Up and Britain on the Couch, which was also a successful documentary series for Channel 4. He is a trustee of the Alzheimer’s charity, SPECAL and lives in Oxfordshire with his wife and two small children.