Due to the disaster in Japan, everyone talks about behavior of the Japanese to deal with a disaster of this magnitude. It is well known that the oriental culture differs greatly from the European and have learned throughout its existence a different way to express their emotions and feelings; for them, it is very important not to exhibit is emotionally in public but that doesn’t mean that sad and bereaved are not displayed in the privacy of their homes or verbally express what they feel at that time and in that circumstance, although with less intensity than in Western cultures. The emotions that their hardest to express are those of guilt, sadness and shame. The online psychologist can help overcome it. The term ‘alexithymia’ was coined by Sifneos (1972) to describe some clinical features and personality of patients who presented psychosomatic disorders and defined according to Freyberger, Nemiah and Sifneos (1976), as a construct that consists of four characteristics of consumer character: 1.
Difficulty to identify and describe feelings 2. Difficult to distinguish feelings of bodily sensations 3. Reduction or absence of symbolic thought (lack of imaginative ability) 4. Cognitive deficit of ability to process emotional stimuli. Currently the term alexithymia is defined according to Garcia Esteve et to the.
(1988), such as: 1. difficulty to verbalize emotions, recognize them and use them as internal signals. 2. Difficulty to locate the sensations of the body itself. 3. Tendency to use the action as a coping strategy to conflict situations. 4. Thinking concretist, devoid of symbols and abstractions. 5. Stiffness in verbal communication, with scant mimicry and few bodily movements. Emotions are multidimensional phenomena, are States affective subjective, also defined as biological responses that prepare the body for Adaptive action. When we feel the emotion, produced a series of physiological changes in our body (heart-pounding, the muscles tighten, breathing quickens, us sonrojamos, appear tremors, the pupil dilates and increases the sweating), and in addition, also produces facial expressions.