Life has always been a climb, and getting to the destination has always been a long and arduous trek with no guarantee of survival. And, depending on how insane and risk-taking you are, that path has been different for everyone, as have the emotions. We all have different levels of maturity, which determines how much we invest in an idea, a circumstance, or a group of people.
The most common all us asks ourselves sometimes, are we too emotional? Am I an idiot to feel so much? Am I too weak if I am feeling too much so much? Well, today, I will answer your question – Why are some people are too emotional than others?
Crying is a good technique to digest challenging experiences and release emotions.
- Genetic Personality: There’s evidence to suggest that we’re all born with a certain level of emotional sensitivity that allows us to feel our emotions to varying degrees of intensity. People with a higher emotional range are both joyful and unhappy; they aren’t merely unsatisfied.
- Childhood Upbringing: The majority of how we perceive emotions and react to them is influenced by our upbringing. So, if the infant cries and neither mother nor father responds, the baby learns to stop crying and shut off its feelings. Limited emotional expression (outwardly), limited emotional experience (inwardly), and a lack of empathy are all common outcomes. As a result, you end up with someone who is haughty, oblivious to others’ needs, and emotionally averse.
- Acquired Connections: If you identify sadness or crying with certain times, songs, movies, or other things, your body recognises this and makes you more inclined to cry during certain events.
- Anxiety: A character trait linked to emotional problems, and it simply indicates that someone has a higher frequency and intensity of core emotions than others. In other words, those with high anxiety have a strong emotional sensitivity, which causes them to cry more frequently.
- Depression: A mood illness that is characterised by persistent feelings of melancholy or numbness, as well as unusual sobbing. Feelings of melancholy, hopelessness, emptiness, a loss of interest, sleep difficulties, and weariness are all indications of depression.
- Stress: When the body is under stress, the feeling brain takes over and governs the day, causing tears to flow more freely. Cortisol levels rise as a result of stress, which can increase hypersensitivity and responsiveness to difficult or stressful circumstances.
- Personality: Everyone has a distinct personality, which is made up of a variety of behaviours, traits, and thoughts. Biological differences in brain structure and physiology can affect your personality and emotional sensitivity, leading to greater tears. And some people’s personalities are simply more sensitive than others. A highly sensitive person is more aware of their surroundings, as well as other people’s sentiments, both good and unpleasant. They’re more influenced by other people’s attitudes and opinions.
- Hormones: These are the chemical messengers that regulate body activities such as appetite, reproduction, emotions, and mood. Anything that produces a hormonal shift, such as premenstrual syndrome, postpartum depression, or menopause, can make women cry more easily. Because it’s a quick onset, you’ll be able to determine whether your hormones are moving.
- Perception: How you genuinely view your emotions and how you react to them is referred to as perception. For instance, during a breakup, one person may regard it as the end of the world, while another may see it as a chance for a brighter tomorrow. The first is likely to regard emotion as unneeded, incomprehensible, and perhaps unsettling. The second is more likely to feel the emotion as ‘Jolly’ and mature to deal with it.
- Sleep-deprived: I wouldn’t be surprised if many sleep-deprived individuals are emotional: internists, new parents, people who work 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Remember that every one of us has a distinct incarnated spirit that manifests on one of the three rays: will/power, love/wisdom, or active intelligence. At the end of the day, it’s crucial to remember that I’m strong because I’ve been weak. I’m fearless because I’ve been afraid. Because I’ve made mistakes, I’m wise.
Some people haven’t gone through enough adversity in their lives to be able to deal with the problems. You don’t have to be embarrassed by your emotions.