Often one of the reasons other people are uncomfortable with intense emotion is that they don't know what to say.
Just being present, paying complete attention to the person in a nonjudgmental way, is often the answer.
In fact, if there is a communication breakdown, if there is a wall between you and someone else, it probably has been built with the bricks of When we validate someone, we allow them to safely share their feelings and thoughts. By validating someone we demonstrate that we care and that their feelings matter to us-- in other words, that they matter to us.
We are reassuring them that it is okay to have the feelings they have. By "mirroring" someone's feelings, we show them that we are in tune with them.
Anthony Moore Microsoft Corporation July 2000 Updated March 2002 Summary: Provides a brief overview of the validation framework in ASP.
One of the most important emotional skills is the skill of validation. Whether it is or ever will be part of the academic or corporate measures of emotional intelligence, I really don't know. But once most people start, and feel safe and validated, they will continue.
But I do know that if you want to have better relationships with people, the skill of emotional validation is extremely useful. Validation allows a person to release their feelings in a healthy, safe and supportive way. Thus it builds bonds of caring, support, acceptance, understanding and trust.
For yourself, being mindful of your own emotion is the first step to accepting your emotion.
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