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THE PROGRESSION OF EMOTIONS What happens to feelings?
1. TOP OF BRAIN thinking and reason
The Brain 1. TOP OF BRAIN thinking and reason 2. MID-BRAIN feelings, motivation
The Brain 1. TOP OF BRAIN thinking and reason 2. MID-BRAIN feelings, motivation 3. BRAIN STEM basic body functions
EMOTIONS E-MOTION: energy for action
EMOTIONS - body activity
EMOTIONS E-MOTION: energy for action - body activity - act on drives and motivations
EMOTIONS E-MOTION: energy for action - body activity - act on drives and motivations - make inner changes
EMOTIONS E-MOTION: energy for action - body activity - act on drives and motivations - make inner changes - decide on importance of something-
EMOTIONS ANGER Hurt, Fear, Surprise
EMOTIONS OUTWARD ANGER ANGER Hurt, Fear, Surprise
EMOTIONS OUTWARD violence ANGER violence ANGER Hurt, Fear, Surprise
EMOTIONS OUTWARD INWARD violence ANGER violence ANGER Hurt, Fear, Surprise
EMOTIONS OUTWARD INWARD violence ANGER suicide violence ANGER suicide Hurt, Fear, Surprise
EMOTIONS SUCCESSFUL RESOLUTION OUTWARD INWARD violence ANGER suicide violence ANGER suicide Hurt, Fear, Surprise
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