How to Be More πŸ†™ Front with Your Feelings πŸ˜€πŸ˜ πŸ˜­ for Girls Who Always Hide Them ...


It doesn't matter if you're itching to tell your crush that you like him, or if you're worried about telling your friend that they pissed you off.

No matter what emotion you're feeling, you can learn how to express them without sounding rude or feeling embarrassed.

If you've always had trouble voicing your emotions, here are a few tricks to being more forward about your feelings:

1. Write down Your Feelings First

Before you can tell someone else how you're feeling, you need to figure it out for yourself.

Otherwise, you won't be able to articulate it properly and will just end up trailing off or repeating yourself.

That's why you should take a clean sheet of paper or open up a word document on your computer to jot down your emotions.2

Try to figure out exactly what you're feeling and why you're feeling it.

Then you can approach your friend, family member, neighbor, boss, or whomever it is that you need to chat with.

2. Get the Person Alone

You wouldn't break up with your boyfriend in front of a room of people, and you shouldn't talk to your boss about getting a raise in front of a room of people, either.

If you have something to say, pull the other person aside to chat with them one-on-one.

That way, no one else will be able to speak for them or stick up for them, so there's no chance of you getting ganged up on.

3. Use Your Body Language

If your friend is mean to you, but you're too shy to tell them that you're upset about their behavior, you can use your body language to express your feelings.

If they realize that you're suddenly facing away from them, avoiding eye contact, or snarling, then they should get the picture.

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