Day 3047: Worst feelings

Yesterday in my therapy group, people shared worst feelings, including disappointment in oneself and disappointment in others. At the end of the group, members said that sharing those feelings and realizing they were not alone helped them feel better.

Do you see worst feelings, best feelings, and in-between feelings in today’s images?

Are you the master of your feelings, besides being the master of your judgments, decisions, and actions? Do you let ALL feelings flow through you, without judgment?

Speaking of feelings, here is the saddest song I’ve ever heard:

As I like to say in my group, all feelings are welcome.

One of the best feelings is gratitude, so thanks to all who visit this blog, including YOU.

Categories: group psychotherapy, life during the pandemic, personal growth, photojournalism | Tags: , , , , , , , , | 15 Comments

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15 thoughts on “Day 3047: Worst feelings

  1. I think I am funny sometimes, Ann. Maybe.

  2. I’m not sure whether my mind is a blank today, or I just don’t entertain the notion of my worst feelings!

  3. Best feelings for the garden. Worst feelings are that Harley isn’t here.

  4. puella33

    My feelings for today is that I’m sick of the rain. I feel more energized by the sunshine.

  5. I’ve had ups and downs, especially not feeling welcome in some places, but here I always feel better because you’ve created a welcoming space.

  6. Womansplaining is definitely a thing. I do it all the time.

  7. worst feelings are when i feel that i’ve hurt someone or they’ve hurt me. best feelings all the rest of the time.

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