Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Talk About Your Feelings

Does it help to talk about your feelings? Sometimes it really doesn't. For example, if a "friend" hounds you for details on a subject that upsets you, you don't owe it to her to make yourself upset. But on the other hand, if talking to a true friend quickens the healing process, then it's a good thing. 

I'm kind of chatty, so I pretty much never need to be told to "talk about it." But some people just aren't so loose with words. For these people, there's a card in the Magical Unicorn deck called "Talk about your feelings." 

It's actually kind of a happy-looking card. (The picture makes me giggle.) The picture is of a brown unicorn (brown unicorn?) talking to a cat.

The cat is a white long-haired cat, who seems wise and interested. The brown unicorn is so much larger than the cat, but he seems to be a bit timid, almost emotionally withdrawn. The cat is motioning with her hand, as if to say, "Go on. It's safe. I care."

What a lovely message. Sometimes we can knock things around in our heads all we want, but we don't get what we need until we share it with someone else -- someone who is wise and safe.

In love and light, 
Krystal Kay White


  1. That's interesting because it may lead to other things. Like you might need to talk about them to the right person for the next step to happen. Personally, I'm like you. I find someone to talk to. When I don't it means that talking about it at that moment will upset me more than I can/want to handle.

  2. I'm not one to talk about it unless asked and even then, I hold back on the details unless the person asks me. I would probably need that card. :)