Recently, I noticed that when people go through a heartbreak type situation; the first thing they do is try to show that they are strong. The very first step to show this not to cry, just bottle up everything and pretend as if you don’t care. Well, the reality is, you do care, you get affected but, just to prove you are strong; you pretend that it’s totally fine. Bottling up emotions is most stupid thing to do (actually second most, first is harming yourself). I will tell what happens when you bottle up your emotions.
1. Always Angry
Since you store more than your internal capacity you start being angry. Even most insignificant things make you angry and you burst out on people.
You stay up either till late or you don’t sleep at all. It’s quite natural because if you remember the night before exams some off us stayed up because of tension. Here the situation is a bit different it is not tension but disappointment.
You get anxiety attacks very often. Mostly you don’t get ways to deal with it.
Overthinking is the worst effect because it makes you think about the things that actually don’t exist. It makes you question everything that has happened to you till now. It does nothing but creates more problems for you.
5. Lie About Being Happy
In front of people, you lie that you are happy. When someone asks you that; are you really happy? You instantly reply yes but at the same moment you ask yourself am I really happy? And you know you are not.
6. At Times You Behave Like A Crazy
Sometimes you get to a point where you behave crazy. For example, if you are at a party you dance non-stop for hours or if you are talking then you talk so fast that no one around understands what you said.
Bottling up emotions is very easy but its consequences can be your worst nightmares. It’s okay if you cry or scream when you feel heartbroken at least you would save yourself from the consequences. At that time just go to the person who you think; understand you the most and cares about you, hug them and cry till you feel you have let out everything.