When difficult things happen in our lives it’s understandable and important to both our emotional and physical health that we seek out either professional counseling intervention or someone to just vent our feelings to help us sort them out. However, the fear of gossiping about others (especially family members) keeps many people from reaching out to a counselor, priest, or a close friend when they really need to talk about their feelings of anger and emotional pain.
How can we work through our hurt feelings and emotional pain from others to a good resolution without falling into the gossip trap?
Allison Ricciardi, LMHC explains the differences between gossiping, venting, and counsel and how we can safely express our feelings without the worry that others will find out or get hurt.
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