Originally Posted by RubberDuck
There is nothing wrong with expressing your emotions, it can be a good way to get them out of your system. Repressing or resisting them will build up inner pressure.
Especially women are good at repressing emotions until a point where the volcano erupts. At this point the trigger could have been a small unimportant thing, and nobody really understands the reason for a massive reaction
Tolle has a good one on emotions as well: YouTube - Emotions - www.eckharttolle.com
I was listening to Christiane Northrup yesterday, and she talked about this in relation to menopause.
She said that it was because the progesterone was too low to "calm" the elder, and so they learn to speak their mind.
But, on the larger topic, Bill Harris has said that pain comes from resistance.... Try observing and accepting the pain, and it quickly diminishes. -- Think the egoic pain body is shy?