Is it possible that many adults in America have an emotional disability? That we have been taught to repress our feelings and rely on our rational minds instead of our whole selves? That we have never learned how to express anger or joy or sorrow or love in healthy ways and so those metaphorical muscles have atrophied?
And is it possible that the accolades and achievements of so many of us who are intellectually and physically able keep us from developing as emotional selves?
Learn more with Amy Julia:
- Emotionally Healthy Spirituality and My Feelings
- Pain Is Like a Flashing Light
- Prayer: Mad About, Sad About, Glad About
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