The first step in emotional recovery is to identify the source of your problem, and the second is to begin the healing process. So, for step one, look for a book that addresses your situation. Use tools like meditation, writing, and a positive mindset and approach to help you move ahead with what you’ve learnt.
Going back and repairing your early and developmental trauma may be at the heart of emotional healing because most of your issues stem from early and developmental trauma. That’s not to say you won’t have bad experiences later in life, but the most of them will occur during your youth.
There are a number of books that can help in emotional rehabilitation, but they must be read in conjunction with right behavior.
Unprocessed emotions that have been imprisoned are referred to be emotional wounds. This means they must be felt and released in a safe setting, and the person must recover by replacing the hurt with self-love and integrating the event into their life. They can then go on without their wounds dictating how they react to situations that might have provoked them previously.
Reaching out and looking for ways to heal is a significant step that takes a lot of personal strength. When I first started my recovery path, it felt impossible and out of grasp. I didn’t see why I needed to be forgiven at first. It’s been a fascinating experience. Some days were very sad, but I managed to get through them by taking things one second at a time, one breath at a time.