Maickel Malamed

So that we tend a to mold our emotional expression to the canons socially accepted. As Maickel Malamed says: Part of the emotional handling has to do with molds the man thinks, the woman feels, the men do not cry, the sadness is bad, the fear is of cowards loses the emotion in a moral question and the morality is in the action, not in the feeling. But we were deceived when trying to put the emotions in a mold, and to label them like good or bad, positive or negative. The emotions are, simply, natural expressions of which express an internal reality, a necessity. They constitute a fixed component of our program of behavior. They are not optional. They are not possible simply to be disconnected. The emotion is energy that expresses a necessity.

The emotions inform to us into our needs, and in the expression of the emotions we took contact with our needs; but when I avoid to feel, when I repress my emotions when I let of listen to its voice -, I stop making contact with enemy with my needs, consequently I stop satisfying them. The emotions represent an information system and evaluation that informs to us into our reality, giving us an affective load. Of this form each emotion acts as, and all is right to be. The emotions offer the direction us that we required to act in each situation. The emotions give a right reference us than it happens to us in a while certain, and the suitable energy to act in each situation. Thus for example the rage informs to us that somebody has transferred our limits, the pain says to us that it has appeared a wound, the fear communicates our necessity to us of security, the pleasure helps us to take brings back to consciousness into which our needs are satisfied, the sadness whispers to us of the value of the lost thing, the frustration it express to us that we have needs nontaken care of objectives nonreached -, the impotence speaks to us of the lack of potential for the change, the confusion expresses to us that we are processing contradictory information.