Emotional Storm

An emotional trauma that may affect a person’s physiology and immune system, and causes an uncontrolled response
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Saving Labour from its understandable emotional storm would rank alongside that as an achievement.
But Esther and Robert Goodhew completed their 41-mile trek to thank staff at Bridgend's Princess of Wales Hospital for the care and support which helped them survive an even tougher emotional storm three years ago.
Sweet and inoffensive to its candy-coloured core, Miguel Arteta's film bursts with good intentions, teaching the titular tyke a valuable lesson about weathering an emotional storm in the company of people you love, even if they are the same people who unwittingly set in motion the chain reaction of Sweet and inoffensive to its candy-coloured core, Miguel Arteta's film bursts with good intentions, teaching the titular tyke a valuable lesson about weathering an emotional storm in the company of people you love, even if they are the same people who unwittingly set in motion the chain reaction of mishaps and misadventures.
He offers strategies for harnessing calm in an emotional storm, but it's not always clear how to cultivate the mindfulness he speaks of so eloquently.
When Anthea shocked the world in 1998 by leaving her husband and manager Peter Powell for married man and father-of-three Grant Bovey, the angelic TV presenter had to ride an emotional storm.
By being able to talk about patterns in life--that predictability marks some but not all events and that fairness and justice mark some but not all outcomes, as per the Fleming/Adolph construct--an adolescent gains some frontal lobe understanding of the emotional storm that has been set off by the death.
The trouble is many of us are nervous of voicing it, even among friends, for fear of either being deemed insensitive - even in the 21st century abortion is still a shameful subject - or being caught in the eye of an emotional storm of criticism.
Those of us who grew up in dysfunctional families might have experienced silence that meant a serious emotional storm was arriving, or silence that conveyed being locked out of the heart of a parent and left in the icy tundra.
Be prepared to steer a loved one through an emotional storm today, says the reversed queen of cups.
Supportive listening is the only type of listening that can help the speaker out of the throes of an emotional storm.
After the emotional storm, think of the regret you felt at how you damaged your life.