Dramatization – a mechanism that leads to the enslavement of one’s own feelings

Dramatization – a mechanism that leads to the enslavement of one's own feelings

What is the connection between dramatization and emotion?

Dramatization is one of the mechanisms that individuals used to deal with feelings. Dramatization means intensifying, deepening, and deepening the already existing feeling that a person experiences.

Dramatization and overemphasis are an integral part of acting. Every actor immerses himself in the feelings and the character he plays and overemphasizes the expression of feelings in order to faithfully convey the messages that need to be conveyed to the audience and to arouse the same feelings in the audience. It’s art.

Dramatization is used by journalists to emphasize the importance of a topic and to cause shock, surprise, or strong emotions in readers that draw attention to their text.

What happens when a person overemphasizes his feelings and enjoys them?

People who dramatize their feelings, as a rule, attach too much importance to feelings and have the idea that it is desirable to emphasize the expression of feelings and that it is necessary to live and experience every feeling fully.

Emotions are the spice of life, but as with any spice, this one should not be overdone. Imagine how you would feel if you ate very spicy food every day. What would happen to your digestive system? It’s the same with emotions. Your body and mind do not like too much emotion, euphoria, and drama.

The person who dramatizes indulges in his feelings and thus intensifies them, which leads to high arousal and excitement. For some, it is a specific type of self-stimulation that they try to fill in the gaps they feel in themselves.

Overemphasis, over-engagement, and indulgence in one’s own feelings is the mechanism that keeps a person a slave to feelings and makes their perception childish. When a person is affected and has intense feelings, his power of reasoning, critical thinking, and ability to make wise decisions is reduced.

Dramatization – a mechanism that leads to the enslavement of one's own feelings

Who is prone to dramatization?

Some people who are prone to anxiety are prone to dramatization. A person who is prone to anxiety when experiencing anxiety forgets the difference between his inner state and reality, tends to indulge in fears, and develops frightening thoughts, imaginations, and fearful expectations. In this way, the person enjoys instead of distancing himself from anxiety, strengthening and maintaining it, even though he consciously does not want to.

Which is more important: drama or inner peace?

Some people have become addicted to drama. They make drama and where there is none, from every small stress they make themselves great stress which leads them to hyper-excitation and later to exhaustion. Many do it when they are worried when are angry, but also when they feel euphoria, love, and similar feelings. Is it useful? Is that healthy? It’s not.

If you put yourself in a state of euphoria, you will inevitably feel depressed and exhausted afterward. Who flies high falls low (Serbian proverb). Drama is not something that will help you feel better.

What you need is inner peace and harmony. The first step towards achieving inner peace is to change your attitude towards drama and feelings in general. Drama is bad, childish, and reduces the quality of your life – the goal is to accept the feelings as they are, without dramatizing, exaggerating, and enjoying. Don’t identify with your feelings. Feelings are just learned reactions from the past. Most of them are a pattern of reactions that you had when you were children. Being childish can be cute, sometimes, but in the long run, it’s not wise or healthy.

Drama is a reflection of emotional immaturity. An emotionally mature person is not dramatic, he is moderate, and he acts more than he reacts. An emotionally mature person feels inner peace and rarely reacts violently.

Dramatization – a mechanism that leads to the enslavement of one's own feelings

How do you stop dramatizing?

When you find that you feel a feeling, accept it completely. Accept the feelings in the body and the thoughts that come with that feeling. But don’t indulge in the thoughts that accompany that feeling. Make a distance from that feeling by reminding yourself that it is just a feeling, your subjective reaction, not a reflection of reality. Don’t resist that feeling as intense or uncomfortable as anyone.

Let the feeling come, flow through you, and go without your interference, without self-analysis and empathy. If you need to analyze, do it when the feeling passes. Don’t equate yourself with feeling – the feeling is a learned reaction, and you are you.

Dramatization – a mechanism that leads to the enslavement of one's own feelings

 

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