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    The Feelings Of Emotions

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    my experience. When I have solid emotions, on the off chance that I express them completely, the sentiments blur and I feel nonpartisan once more. Which is unexpected, on the grounds that to tell somebody how I fondle closes with me not even truly feeling that way any longer. Like the time it requires to tell somebody the investment—once you've said it, it's never again in fact even obvious. Be that as it may, I think about whether there isn't another probability: Assume individuals developed to walk

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    3.4 Management of Feeling Hochschild’s discussion of feelings allows us to understand how our feeling provides us with the bearings and guidance we need to reach a sense of both subjectivity and objectivity. The next question is: what do we do with this knowledge? According to Hochschild, we need to manage our feeling, either by surface or deep acting, in order to manage our display of feeling in the world. Hochschild (2003, p. 35) is convinced that all of us do a certain amount of acting, that

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    Feeling okay about feeling “bad” is healthy Whether we’re scrolling through social media or around our circle of friends, we’re often taught to feel good all the time. From our work to our health, it always seems to be about constantly having a positive attitude, and this can be draining. It turns out it’s okay to feel “bad”. Here’s why. Feeling bad feels good Not accepting any state of emotions is just as bad, so don’t deny how you feel. Reacting to negative feelings can be damaging, but

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    The Feelings of Nature and Man Shelley’s novel Frankenstein really describes Victor Frankenstein’s state of mind as it impacts the thematic movement of the novel, using light, color, speed, temperature, sound and smell. The similarities that are used in Shelley’s novel between Frankenstein’s feelings and the landscapes he describes are striking. Victor Frankenstein, a man with great determination and pride, had a strong desire to prove people wrong that he could create life. Trying to successfully

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    My Dolls Feelings

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    Everyone has Feelings My Dolls names are Joe and Dowdy. Joe is 10 years old and an outgoing boy who likes to play and make as many friends as he can. Joe also likes to ride bikes in his free time. Joe likes to wear shorts all the time and his favorite color is blue and his favorite food is pizza and nachos. Joe always wears a baseball cap of his favorite team, even when he goes to school because his mother got permission from the school so Joe could wear his cap. Dowdy she is more of a laid back

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    Indirect Pain The feeling of pain has often been referred to as a controversial one, as one of the sensations that is felt by the body. Recently, discussions about the subject of pain have been focused on the difficulty encountered in trying to establish a definition for it. Because pain has no one definition, expressing it becomes quite elusive for the sufferer, which then leads to the difficulty in the understanding of pain by an outsider. Elaine Scarry makes a strong argument that “to have pain

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    K Length: 20-30 Minutes Goal: Identify basic feelings Objective: Recognize and draw the four basic feelings of happy, sad, mad, and scared. Materials: Drawings and/or pictures from magazines showing examples of basic feelings (happy, sad, mad, scared), Card Stock, Markers or Crayons and Feelings Worksheet (attached) Procedures: Tell the students, “Today we will be talking about feelings. Each of the pictures on the table has one of the four feelings being talked about today”. Randomly choose a card

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    The James-Lange hypothesis of feeling was proposed by clinicians William James and Carl Lange. As indicated by this hypothesis, as we encounter diverse occasions, our sensory system creates physical responses to these occasions. Cases of these responses incorporate expanded heart rate, trembling, irritated stomach, and so forth. These physical responses thusly make enthusiastic responses, for example, outrage, dread and pity. For instance, envision sitting in a dim room without anyone else's input

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    Eloquent Feelings and Safe Places Stephen Dunn 's poems makes sure to let the reader stop and think, and as a creative writing teacher he knows how to do just that. Winner of awards such as the “Pulitzer Prize for Poetry, “The James Wright Prize”,and the “Paterson Award for Sustained Literary Achievement”, his work “The Sacred”, published back in 1989, shows off his literary genius in normal experiences and captures the vehement thought in his writing that

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    recall is ENFP; Extrinsic, Intuitive, Feeling and Perception. I derive my energy from an external source. I like being around people and their perception about me matters a lot. I have lots of friends and I like to be in the company of people as well as being at the center of attraction. I perceive things not only through my senses but through imagination and experience. This phenomenon is known as having a sixth sense by many people. I consider the feelings of other people in making decisions;

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