My emotions are constructive.

I love the fact that I am in tune with my emotions. My emotions are a part of my being and coming to terms with them enables me to be true to myself. They are part of the grain from which I am constructed and without them I am incomplete.
I believe that my emotions are the window to my soul and innermost thoughts and feelings. They allow me to be honest with others and myself. When others see me becoming emotional, they know that I am passionate about a specific situation. They also know my expressions come from an honest place.
I make it a point to only use my emotions for a positive outcome. If I recognize that expressing my emotions can result in hurt to others, I refrain from expressing them. I still allow myself to be honest, but I keep my emotions under control.
When dealing with my family, friends and other loved ones, I take a moment to understand their sensitivity to a particular issue. If there is a chance my opinion can touch on a nerve, I endeavor to find a way to say what I need to without being judgmental.
Today, I commit to expressing my emotions only when I know greater good can result.
I commit to being conscious of every situation and determining which approach is best based on the circumstances. I know there is a time and place for everything, and I endeavor to only use my emotions constructively.
Self-Reflection Questions:
1. Do I find myself expressing too much at times?
2. When could my emotions be viewed as not being constructive?
3. What can I do to balance my emotions with restraint?