So we tend to shape our emotional expression to the fees socially accepted. As Maickel Malamed said: "Part of emotion management has to do with mold … the man thinks, feels women, men do not cry, the sadness is bad, fear is a coward … the emotion is lost in a moral and morality is in stock, not the feeling. " But we deceive ourselves by pretending to put the emotions into a mold, and label them as good or bad, positive or negative.
Emotions are just natural expressions of ourselves expressing an inner reality, a necessity. They are a fixed component of our program behavior. They are not optional. They can not simply disconnect. Emotion is energy that expresses a need.
Emotions inform us of our needs, and the expression of emotions we made contact with our needs, but when help but feel, when we repress my emotions – when I stop "hear his voice" – I stop contact with my needs therefore left to meet them. Emotions are a feedback and evaluation system which informs us of our reality, giving us an emotional charge. In this way, every emotion plays a role, and all have a reason. Emotions give us the direction we need to act in every situation. Emotions give us an accurate reference of that happens at a given time and adequate power to act in every situation. For example rabies reports that someone has gone beyond our limits, the pain tells us that there has been a wound, the fear we communicate our need for security, pleasure helps us realize that our needs are met, the sadness we whispers of the value of the lost, we express the frustration that we have unmet needs – objectives not achieved – impotence speaks of the lack of potential for change, we express the confusion we are processing conflicting information.