Venting Out


Experiencing emotions is one of the most beautiful parts of being humans. Articulation of emotions is an essential part and undeniably an art. Emotional ventilation is an act of full and free expression of your emotions. The major requirement of venting is to reduce stress. Venting just like any other communication process is a two-way process requiring the delivery of emotions from the person venting to the receival of the same to the person listening.

We have got a team of professionals who are qualified not just to lend you ears but also guide you in the direction of a healthy mind and soul.

So do not miss out on an opportunity to open the doors of a healthy mind.

Venting, although a proven way to elevate all the stress and tension you are experiencing, 800 can also become self-limiting when you repeatedly confine it to self-asserting messages.  It can result in you claiming victimhood for yourself.  If not done in the right manner,  it can become a self -implied excuse,  for not taking any action to rectify the situation you are in.


  • Whether it is your bottled-up frustration,  anger, or even sorrows, it is always better to let them come out of you.  Keeping them inside for a prolonged time, can harm your well-being;  mentally, physically, and most importantly emotionally.  The validation that you receive from the person you are venting out to becomes the major source of relief.

  •    Our high other neocortical functions stop working when we let our emotions get the best of us.  The presence of a trusted confidant Can help you gain back your emotional control over your shaky emotions.  Hence venting out helps you to regain your emotional equilibrium.

  • Whenever you are in a troubled situation,  amidst a misfortune,  the feeling of being alone is the most disturbing one.  At such times,  having a trusted confidant to share your hardship is guaranteed to make you feel better or a lot less bad.  Self-expression in itself is bliss. Having someone to sympathize with you can make you feel a lot more legitimate and rightful.

  • Misery loves company. Venting can help you take perspective from a person who is not so emotionally engaged in the given situation and can have an unbiased opinion on what should be done.

  •  Venting to someone helps you to change your negative judgments or assumptions about someone or something that triggered those emotions in you.  Your anxiety/anger/stress/frustration/shame/sadness/ guilt or even rage can lead you to make poor or biased judgments.

  • You cannot always confront your provocateur,  it can sometimes have serious consequences. In such conditions,  it is always better to have someone trusted or even completely unrelated to your situation provide help to you.



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