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Teens Who Struggle To Differentiate Their Negative Emotions Are More Prone To Stress-Induced Depression

July 23, 2019

 

The first step to dealing with a negative emotion is to identify it. If you’re feeling irritated, restless or guilty, the most effective way to start feeling better will be different in each case. The trouble is, if your sense of your own emotions is not that fine-grained – if you feel just “bad” or “upset” – you may struggle to identify the cause of your distress, making it tricky to self-regulate your emotions. 

 

 

 

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