The second installment of the recurring student-written blog series "On My Mind" was conceived and written by Grace. As part of the in-house marketing internship through their High School Bridges class, Seniors Alix and Grace write about things that are on the minds of Stanbridge students and post them on our website's blog. Be sure to check back regularly for new posts!
Nobody has just three emotions, like, sad, angry, and happy. We all have different types of emotions – simple ones, such as jealousy, and more complicated ones, like feeling down or depressed.
Everyone has emotions, or reactions, depending on the situation. Some people lash out with their response on others when they can’t handle the situation that they’re currently in. Others may cope better with their emotions, and not blame other people.
Today, I sat down to interview James Warren, one of the Stanbridge counselors, who gave me some advice about how people can regulate their emotions when they feel frustrated.
Here’s a brief recap of my interview with James, in my own words:
Q: How do you regulate your emotions? When should you ask for help?
I would like to continue the tips from the interview, but I think you all got the main idea. Thanks to JW for letting me interview him today.
Make it a good day or not, the choice is up to you!