DBT therapist, Karen Hall Ph.D., writes about self-soothing.   This is my favourite part: Allowing yourself to experience the uncomfortable emotions (without feeding them and making them more intense) enables the emotions to pass. Soothing yourself helps you tolerate the experience without acting in ways that are not helpful in the long run, or blocking the emotions, which makes the emotions grow larger or come out in ways you didn’t intend. Click here for the full article: Self-Soothing: Calming the Amygdala | The Emotionally Sensitive Person. Recommend on Facebook Tweet about it