Relationship Tips: Control Your Emotional Responses

Hello, welcome to my little world!
 
Do you sometimes have trouble controlling your emotional responses to women? You know, a woman  rejects
you or says something that makes you feel  bad, and you either shut down emotionally or  start getting nervous? If
so, you might think  that you are doing a pretty good job of hiding  it from her. But guess again…

Have you ever been able to read an emotional  response in someone even though they were trying  to hide it? If
so, take that memory and magnify  it by a factor of 10….that’s how much more  intuitive we women are than you guys are.

Considering this, don’t you think it might be a good idea to have control of your emotional  responses around women? If you’ve ever had that  mysterious moment where all the momentum seemed  to die suddenly in your interactions with women, most likely it’s because you don’t have that  control.
 
So what can you do about it?

First, Start With Self Awareness

Learning to control begins with understanding  your emotions. For most men, this idea is about  as
intimidating as trying to learn a foreign  language. From
early childhood, you were probably taught that  we are not to trust our emotions and that being  in touch with them is not
“manly.”

So building self-awareness by understanding your emotions might even be completely out of your  comfort zone. But once you accept that it is  something you have
to do in order to enjoy amazing  interactions with women, you’ll find that it’s  actually a pretty fun and
interesting challenge  to take on.

A good place to get started in building  self-awareness is by keeping a journal. Now don’t  flip out about this,
thinking that it’s something only  school girls do. Some
of the most successful people  in history were avid writers, including some of the  greatest leaders of nations and other influential  men in history.

You don’t have to spend a lot of time with this exercise, merely 15 minutes a day will do just fine.  What should you write about in your journaling?
Two Questions to Ponder…
 
The two most important questions you can ask  yourself about self-awareness are:
 
1. What am I feeling?
2. Why am I feeling it?

Most of the time, you’ll probably find yourself looking for interactions with women during the day  and asking yourself these two questions. As simple as  these sound, they will help you to understand your  emotions, which will give you a good head start.
 
Finally, Redirect Your Responses
 
The second key to controlling your emotions is learning to redirect your response to them. For  example, you might realize that you are feeling  nervous when she touches you (even in an innocent way),  and you might
realize that you are slightly uncomfortable with casual touching.
 
Once you realize that this is the issue, you take  a strong stance against your knee-jerk emotional  response by touching her back, or by telling yourself  that your discomfort is irrational and that you have  the power to change it. Over time, your knee-jerk  emotional response will change along with your  mindset and the actions that
you take in response  to the woman touching you.
 
P.S. This strategy can be applied to any circumstance  where you realize that your emotions are out of your  control
and causing you to act immature, self-conscious  or defensive.
 
Show women you have the strength to lead others and get the woman of your dreams.

So now you know what to do, the best way to get  started is to get started right now.

Now, since you’re done reading this post, you probably have questions about this post. Feel free to leave your comments below.

Thanks for reading.
Enjoy the rest of your day.
 

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