Lack of emotional detachment leads to attachment, to fear of letting go, and to avoiding changes. You need some degree of emotional detachment,if you wish to feel free, and to improve the quality of your life.
Emotional Detachment-- in psychology, can mean two different things. In the first meaning, it refers to an "inability to connect" with others emotionally, as well as a means of dealing with anxiety by preventing certain situations that trigger it; it is often described as "emotional numbing", "emotional blunting", or dissociation, depersonalization or in its chronic form depersonalization disorder. In the second sense, it is a decision to avoid engaging emotional connections, rather
Detachment helps when letting go is a struggle. Stepping back and focusing on yourself is sometimes the kindest thing you can do. Loving yourself is part of 12 step recovery. Click the image to learn (Step Back)
Emotional Detachment And Suppressing Powerful Emotions
When we write about emotional detachment as a syndrome it’s essential to understand that we don’t mean that there’s any inherent flaw in the emotional apparatus as such. People with emotional detachment are capable of empathy and capable of experiencing the full emotional spectrum. Emotional detachment is not an in-built flaw in the emotional apparatus …