Emotional Disability

picture of pink flowers in a vase on a counter next to an open window and two mugs sitting next to the vase; one mug is greenish-blue and upside down and one mug is white and filled to the brim with teaIs 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:

If you haven’t already, you can subscribe to receive regular updates and news. You can also follow me on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, PinterestYouTube, and Goodreads, and you can subscribe to my Love Is Stronger Than Fear podcast on your favorite podcast platforms.

Share this post

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on email

Leave a Reply

Hi, I’m Amy Julia.

I write about faith, family, disability, and privilege.

Stay In Touch

Receive monthly updates and bonus content.

Read White Picket Fences

Read A Good and Perfect Gift