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Sharing of feelings is good and an essential way to express how we feel. We all experiences different kinds of feelings, there are three different ways that people use to express them. One is withholding the other is displaying them, but the most effective way is describing them. Withholding means the person don’t share with others what he or she feels. Their body languages don’t show an interest or disinterest. They basically deal with their feelings, but this can cause that the person develop physical and mentally disorders, and they are more likely to be cold and serious persons. Withholding is only better when the situation is inconsequential. The second way that people used to disclose their feelings is displaying them. Their bodies change depending of the situation their face, the body and tone of voice react different. They are more appropriate to disclose when the feelings you are experiencing are positive, but display can also be harmful in special occasions when a negative display appears to be an overreaction, but negative displays can help psychologically the person. The best way to disclose feelings is by describing how you feeling into words. It is easy to confuse describing feelings with displaying feelings, but they are totally different. People normally don’t describe their feelings, there are four reasons. The have poor vocabulary and they don’t know the right words to use. They don’t like to let others know how exactly they feel, because they think the other person can use that information to hurt them. Another reason is that they fear that others might criticize them for having such feelings, and the last reason is they might feel that they can cause problems to a relationship, but people feel more comfortable and easy describing positives feelings.......

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