1. A feeling or desire to hit out at someone or something that may result from a real or perceived injury, mistreatment, opposition, etc. wrath; indignation; rage; ire. 2. Implies emotional agitation of varying intensity aroused by great displeasure.
1. The psychological identification with or vicarious experiencing the feelings, thoughts or attitudes of another person. 2. To understand the perspective, experiences, or motivations and share another individual’s emotional state. 3. The imaginative ascribing or projection onto an object or work of art, one’s own feelings, thoughts or attitudes.
1. A very unpleasant feeling of alarm or disquiet caused by the expectation of danger, pain, disaster etc. 2. Terror; dread; apprehension. 3. Anxiety and agitation felt at the real or perceived presence of danger. 4. The feeling of fear covers a wide spectrum of emotion from mild worry and anxiety on one end to terror and freezing, unable to move on the other.
1. An Intense emotional feeling of suffering that is caused by loss, disaster, misfortune, regret, etc. 2. Acute sorrow; deep sadness. The person in grief cries for help and pleas for sympathy. 3. Expressed as sorrow. When a person cannot feel or express their grief, or they refuse to accept a loss, they suppress, deny and disown it often resulting in a state of denial as if the loss or cause of their grief never happened. 4. Grief as an emotion is in the Redzone and Denial is in the Brownzone.
1. A definite, distinct occurrence; an event. 2. A usually violent or disruptive occurrence, especially one that precipitates a larger crisis. 3. An occurrence that interrupts normal procedure or functioning; a mishap. 4. A traumatic event that is recorded into memory with full emotional content, heightened perception, decisions, and postulates. Conclusions formed from these incidents are intended to aid success and survival, however, inaccurate perception often leads to wrong conclusions, less success, and lower survival ability.
1. A temporary state of mind or feeling, as evidenced by the tendency of one’s thoughts: news that put us in a good mood with happy thoughts of the future. 2. A pervading impression on the feelings of an observer: the somber mood of the music. 3. An instance or spell of sulking or angry behavior: His brother‘s visit lifted him out of his sullen mood. 4. Inclination; disposition: I’m in the mood for a drink. 5. The chronic state of mind that reflects the most common feeling a person experiences most of the time.
1. Whatever a person is unwilling to experience. 2. Unpleasant or distressing sensations due to bodily injury or disorder. 3. Acute mental or emotional distress or suffering. 4. A warning something is wrong.