Understanding Adult Meltdown
Children and adults alike experience tantrums and meltdowns. Many people confuse tantrums and meltdowns as being the same behavior, but they are not. Temper tantrums are disruptive behaviors or emotional outbursts that involve physical acts or screaming. Tantrums are usually associated with individuals throwing fits in order to have their way. This is not only behavior in children, but adults also experience this. A meltdown is a reaction to feeling overwhelmed, a reaction to trying to process too much sensory input all at once. Today we will look at adult meltdown.
How can a meltdown have a purpose or even be of some benefit, you ask? First, understand that emotional meltdowns do not usually happen overnight but are a progression of time and circumstances. Meltdowns are indications of you not being aligned with your core. You are off-center and balanced. You have gotten to the point of feeling out of control.
Meltdowns surface in different ways among people. There are common triggers that can cause these emotional meltdowns into action. The triggers can cause an individual to go into overload. It causes the person to have an outburst. It can mean the need for a release of stress and an opportunity for a huge "exhale." The following are some of the triggers that bring on the onset of an emotional meltdown. One of the major culprits is stress. Stress may stem from tiredness; it could be the inability to decide, or the immune system becoming weak, and having to deal with anxiety. Next are a few outcomes of emotional meltdowns: uncontrollable crying, excessive lashing out at others (warranted or not), the outburst of screams, throwing objects, and anything extreme that takes an individual out of character.
Whatever the case may be, emotional meltdowns are warning signs we should not ignore. They are teaching moments in which present an opportunity for the individual to positively evaluate their perception on life.
Purpose and benefits of the Meltdown
Reducing meltdown involves, paying attention to the indicators that bring on meltdowns. When ignored, these meltdown come more frequently. Here are a few suggestions in handling and reducing stress.
Meltdown do have benefits. It can help you to seek the root of an issue, encourages you to deal with and not suppress emotions, it can cause to seek truths about yourself, and it can cause you to seek help from GOD, counselors and coaches. Take the time to learn the lesson behind a breakdown.
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