What can you do if someone acts in an angry way toward you?
Stay calm, speak slowly, and use non-threatening body language. A calm, rational response can go a long way toward calming angry people down. What to say when someone is angry at you? Try saying something like, “I understand you are feeling angry. I want to understand what is happening. What is it that you’re feeling angry about?”
This shows that you are trying to see things from the other person’s perspective, which may help him or her feel better. Try to avoid sounding judgmental when you do this. Why are my emotions more intense than others? There can be many different reasons. Sometimes, we become more emotional when we go through difficult or stressful times.
As an empath or sensitive person, how do process these emotions?
Recent bereavement, trauma, and stress can make us feel more emotional. Some people tend to be emotionally sensitive because it’s a part of their personality. Why are my emotions affected by others? Studies have found that the mimicry of a frown or a smile or other kinds of emotional expression trigger reactions in our brains that cause us to interpret those expressions as our own feelings.
Simply put, as a species, we are innately vulnerable to “catching” other people’s emotions.
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