Emotions in Esteem and Transformation Did you ever wonder why stress forms around the front area of the head when you feel discouraged? We all have experienced moments when the front area of the brain felt stressed and it made it difficult for us to think clearly. This is because the front area of the brain just below the scalp is where our behavior and emotions reside. In between the postcentral gyrus and the frontal lobe of the brain rests our emotions and behaviors. Focusing on this area of the brain can help us modify behaviors through psychological methods that will enable us to treat maladjustments. We can also modify these problems by transforming our observable behavior patterns. By focusing on behavior and emotional problems, one can make positive transformations while building his or her self-esteem. The key is to modify the way you perceive by focusing on the conceptions. What are conceptions? Conceptions are our role models where original notions, ideas, thoughts, theories and so on develop. Our conceptions enable us to reach comprehensive levels based on information the brain retains. We can modify our conceptions in order to grasp meaning and understand our situation more effectively. Conceptions play into perceptions. Our observation processes enable us to witness visualizations that tell a story. We start to develop impressions, hypothesis, viewpoints, thoughts, and ideas that create our beliefs. In short, conceptions are our foundation where beliefs are set. Beliefs are strong components of our human makeup. Beliefs put ideas in our mind from external influences, which create our convictions, principles, ethic, faith, and so on. We build confidence and self-esteem from our beliefs, which arrives from developed trust, certainty, or credence. When one distrusts, it often leads to a series of complicated problems. One must move to examine the inner self in order to rectify these problems and find answers that help that one make personal transformation. Convictions are established by finding the facts that verify and clarify something that we believe. For instance, if you believe that education is the ultimate way to success, then you must find evidence and facts that back your claims in order to verify your convictions. If your mind houses any doubt, then your convictions are weak, which means that you will have ongoing problems until you resolve the problem by modifying your conceptions. How does distrust affect my emotions and behaviors? When you are constantly suspicious of others, it creates a foundation of disbelief. Your emotions feel stressed, which your behavior patterns may often display to others, cynicism. Your attitude is affected and since the emotions are overwhelmed, it becomes difficult to focus. You start to develop a negative attitude, which reflects on others through your behaviors. The problem must be corrected through personal transformations that build your self-esteem and confidence. When you are cynical, it promotes pessimism that leads to scorning the emotions because of the sarcastic views or conceptions created originally by someone or something that occurred in your childhood. Thus, you must repeatedly examine your past to find answers that help you resolve the problem. Two of the most commonly used methods to correct such problems are through self-talk and subliminal learning. If you fail to correct these problems in time, it could lead you to deception. Deception often leads to other major problems, which in this case it may be too late to readdress the issue and move through solving the problems quickly. We have many advantages today, since we can visit the Internet to learn more about each subject of interest. Don’t become disparaging, rather take control of your life.