Inner Growth Word of The Day 343 – Unemotional

December 9

Inner Growth Word of the Day: Unemotional

 

Merriam-Webster Dictionary definition: (adj.) 1. not emotional: such as: 1 a. not easily aroused or excited.  1 b. involving a minimum of emotion.

 

Unemotional in a sentence: Moments that are unemotional don’t imply that the event isn’t life changing.

 

Unemotional in action: When someone or something doesn’t inspire an emotional response, that is unemotional.

 

Unemotional and inner growth: A look at those things that are unemotional to you in life give you the opportunity to pursue inner growth as you uncover why they don’t bring about a type of emotional response.

 

Unemotional and inner growth action steps:

  1. In-depth self-exploration questions: When did I first experience an unemotional event? What does unemotional mean to me?  How do I see unemotional things playing a role in my life?  Why is something unemotional to me?  Are there specific types of circumstances that create an unemotional atmosphere to me?  What have I learned about myself through unemotional events that have taken place?

 

  1. List or word bubble: Make a list or word bubble with unemotional at the center and then list or put around it all the words that come to mind associated with it. Now think of one event that was unemotional for you and use the words from your list to write about it and what was one of the biggest takeaways for you.

 

  1. Bring your awareness to your feelings about unemotional moments in your life and notice the flow of the emotions that take place; if they are smooth like a current or they settle in certain areas, and if they differ from emotional moment feelings that take place.

 

Your turn – Share your unemotional sentence, life examples, and inner growth action steps; and let me know if you’d like to see something added to our Inner Growth Word of The Day explorations 🙂

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