Posted by Ted (184.108.40.206) on January 01, 19100 at 21:15:30:
In Reply to: Emotions/stress/psychological states - intensity/frequency posted by Jack Boyd on January 01, 19100 at 20:44:56:
It was merely confusion on my part in reading you stating that emotions aren't harmful to an attack but they are helpful in an attack. And upon re-reading what you wrote with this follow up explaining what you wrote, it makes perfect sense to me now, what you said.
I agree that knowing one way or the other about the effect emotions may play in causing attacks is important in uderstanding just what we are battling. But I believe that since emotions aren't just some "feeling" but are directly related to changes in our neuro-chemistry, they do play a role. Well, that fact and my own observations of getting attacked after an extremely stressful event, day, whatever. On the other hand, I also am not convinced that it's not a matter of something happening inside of me that delays an attack, that would have come on anyway, until I am able to deal with it.
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