Emotion Regulation and Self-Silencing Worksheet

Self-silencing includes suppression of emotions, and withholding one’s desires and needs also results in emotional challenges. Further, studies have identified the negative consequences of self-silencing as the diagnosis of mood disorders or depression

What Are the Theories Behind This Worksheet?

The three-component model of emotion or model of Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) presents that faulty thought patterns resulting in negative emotional expressions are the antecedents of disruptive behaviors like loneliness, avoidance, and self-silencing. Thus, this change of thought will change the emotions and bring respective changes in behavior.

How Will This Worksheet Help you?

This worksheet will help people regulate their emotions by altering their thoughts about expressing themselves and bearing the damage in the relationship. 

How Should You Use This Worksheet?

This worksheet is helpful for people to change their negative approach and develop a positive one for managing mental health challenges coming out of silencing oneself. 

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