Invalidating someones experience
There are some passages in the New Testament which seem to invalidate this truth.
A slight deviation from this form will not invalidate the publication.
Validation shows the other person that they are important.
Whether the person being validated is a child, a significant other, a spouse, a parent, a friend, or an employee, validation communicates that they are important to you and you care about their thoughts and feelings and experiences.
Validation does not mean agreeing with or supporting feelings or thoughts. You can validate someone you don’t like even though you probably wouldn’t want to. Acceptance means acknowledging the value of yourself and fellow human beings.
Validation helps the person know they are on the right track. Feedback from others that what you are experiencing is normal or makes sense lets you know that you thinking and feeling in understandable ways. Knowing that you are heard and understood is a powerful experience and one that seems to relieve urgency.
Or maybe you made some statements when you were sad that you didn’t really mean or agreed to something when you were thinking with your heart that you later regretted ?Being overwhelmed with emotion is not a pleasant experience.For emotionally sensitive people, managing their emotions so they can communicate most effectively and with the best results means learning to manage the intense emotions they experience on a regular basis.Your internal experience does not have to be the same as anyone else’s but it helps to know that your experiences is understandable. Some say it’s because when we don’t feel understood it creates thoughts of being left out or not fitting in.Those thoughts lead to fear and maybe panic because of the importance of being part of a group is critical for survival, especially in the early days of mankind, and of the potential loss of love and acceptance which is a basic need.
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Oh, tell me that the name of wife does not invalidate the claims of love!