Stop Crying at Work for Women
You know you shouldn't cry at work but there are times when it feels you just can't help it!
Have you ever unexpectedly found yourself crying when you really didn't want to be?
In front of colleagues at work or with your boss? Maybe when you feel you've been criticized or feel overwhelmed, getting angry, feeling misunderstood or even when you've been complimented!
Women typically cry more than men and traditionally it's been more acceptable in western cultures for women to cry publicly.
Men cry through sadness. Women cry for many other reasons such as anger, frustration and relief.
Because a women's brain is more 'wired' to crying for more emotions she is more likely to feel like crying at work. This can be baffling to male colleagues.
There is nothing wrong with crying par se. Crying on the right occasions can act as a stress release valve and also send out the signal to others: 'I'm vulnerable please take care of me-don't attack!'
Having access to our emotional lives can make us better able to be empathetic and understand others but if we have too little control over our emotions we become like a rider less horse and carriage careering unpredictably in all directions.
Most people in a work situation would understand if crying occurred after some tragic or major shocking event such as unexpected death or if someone's personal life circumstances have become overwhelming difficult.
But when tears seem to happen randomly then it's seen as weak, unprofessional, incapable, distracting or even manipulative.
Tears in the workplace are seen as inappropriate and have adverse effects on your professional image making you seem inept, over-emotional, unable to think logically and generally incompetent.
Male and female bosses view crying at work as a sign of un-professionalism and someone not being up for the job.
Crying displaying vulnerability at work seems to show that you can't deal with difficult situations and perhaps should not be working in areas of responsibility.
Tears undermine your work-image and may even prevent you being promoted or considered for new exciting posts.
Just as anger management sessions teach us how to respond more productively to frustration in our lives to become more mature people so to can 'crying management' help us to find alternative responses to old 'crybaby' triggers.
Just imagine when you become more confident in your own emotional management. You'll be able to meet confrontation and all other obstacles without crying because you'll feel calmer and better in those times! You'll have a clear sense of distinction between the 'work you' and the 'personal life you.'
This session will help 'program' you with a greater sense of a relaxed over-view of situations and events as well as encouraging you to hypnotically rehearse those tricky times where you may have 'lost it' before.
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