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    I go to a psychologist and one method he taught me to reduce anxiety is called "cognitive reframing." I don't know if he made the word up or was taught it. Basically, in a nut shell, it's replacing a negative thought or emotion with a positive thought or emotion. I don't know if it will work for you (because you've stated you experience the issue with any emotion). Still you may want to try it. I use it for anxiety. When I feel anxious or have similar feelings to any situation I will replace whatever I'm thinking about with another thought. Another way to look at it is let's say you have a son