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EMOTIONSEMOTIONS Feelings in response to an activity or an experience
Love Feelings of strong affection or caring for another person.
Happiness A feeling of joy or well-being and contentment.
Optimism Feeling that life experiences will be positive.
Humor Provides a way of expressing some negative emotions in a positive way.
Fear Feeling danger. They are learned not inherited.
Anger Strong feeling of irritation
G U I LT The feeling you have done something wrong or are responsible for something bad happening.
DEPRESSION Feelings of sadness, loneliness and despair. Factors linked to depression: –Family history –Major life stresses –Physical illness –Substance abuse –Gender - females
Jealousy The feeling of wanting something that someone else has or fear of losing something you have.
Loneliness Feeling of isolation or alienation
Shyness Feeling or being timid or bashful.
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Way of dealing with emotional pain Denial Refusing to recognize an emotion or a problem.
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Ways of dealing with emotional pain Denial Refusing to recognize an emotion or a problem.
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Your feelings that are a natural part of life Examples: HappinessAnger Love Sadness Jealousy.
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Chapter 16 Sex and Heartache. Quote for the day ‘Tis better to have loved and lost Than never to have loved at all. -Alfred Tennyson, In Memoriam A.H.H.
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Healthy Living Depression may be described as feeling sad, blue, unhappy, miserable, or down in the dumps. Most of us feel this way at one time or.
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“The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched. They must be felt with the heart” 1. What are Emotions? 2. What are Defense.
Objectives Define Emotional Intelligence Utilize one method to train the brain to be happier Communicate feelings using I-statements Handle strong emotions.
Healthy Emotions. Emotions The strong, immediate reactions that you feel in response to an experience. There are emotions in everything you do!
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