Imagine your emotions as colorful, swirling brushstrokes on an ever-changing canvas of life. Processing our emotions in healthy and productive ways is like becoming the skilled artist of our own emotional masterpiece.
Just as a painter understands the importance of every brushstroke, we too must acknowledge and embrace our feelings, knowing that each one contributes to the beauty of our existence.
In this podcast, we discuss the topic of processing our emotions with an HR Professional, Ashutosh Thatte who shares his valuable insights on it.
About the Speaker
Ashutosh is a seasoned HR professional with 14 + years of corporate & generalist HR experience spanning across functions like talent acquisition, compensation and benefits, learning & development, performance management, employee engagement and HR operations.
Apart from being an HR professional, he is also a professional voice-over artist and musician/composer. Also, he is an avid food enthusiast and abstract sketch artist.
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(01:10) Can you introduce yourself to our listeners and tell us about your wellness journey?
(04:48) How can we recognize and acknowledge our emotions in a healthy and productive manner?
(09:51) What are some effective strategies for managing and processing negative emotions?
(16:38) Do you think having a counseling cell in workplaces helps employees struggling with their mental health?
(19:31) What are some signs that indicate we may need professional help in processing our emotions?
(25:16) What are the potential consequences of suppressing or ignoring our emotions, and how can we avoid these pitfalls?
(28:25) What are some steps we can take to forgive ourselves and others as part of our emotional processing journey?
(31:52) How can we use our emotions as valuable sources of information and guidance in decision-making processes?
(37:10) What are some constructive ways to cope with and process grief and loss?
(40:45) What are some healthy outlets or activities that can help us process and release pent-up emotions?
(43:45) Would you like to share valuable suggestions with our listeners?