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18. Please describe your emotions.
i'm working on it.
Fairly private - if I ever talk to you about my emotions then you know you're someone I hold dear as it doesn't happen very often.
i don't really understand other peoples emotions (that or i don't care about them). i am very honest and i get frustrated easily.
Very difficult, I don't know what to say.
My emotions are generally up beat but they can be subjected to mood swings, when I get terribly low and grumpy. Also anxious and depressed.
Controlled, empathetic, sometimes tinged with sadness and melancholy.
I meditate every morning as without that, I do not feel grounded.
Today - it is Sunday and I am happy. There is lovely coffee, emails to reply to, lunch is perfect broccoli and tofu stir fry, my house is clean and there is an Indian rose scented oil in my burner. My mind is calm and unhurried, I know what I will be doing later and am looking forward to catching up with old friends.
i have dips and highs, difficult to explain
Usually takes on the sensation with whatever song / book / thought / friend / loneliness / memory it is coping with. Emotions sometimes overwhelm me, but in general they are good. The propel me in the direction I ultimately wish to go. I am trying to have less of the pendulum swings of my emotions while I'm at work. Most of my emotions stem directly from questions I have. If I'm crying, it's probably because I don't know or don't like the answers. Does that make sense?
My emotions are like nectar freezing and melting. Nectar with chunks and petals and leaves.
Really depending on First reactions. Start to laugh or crY or feel Hurt or glad. Meanwhile i know Not to rely on this uniquely.
For the most part I am a happy person. But I can be easily agitated and I don't always have much patience. I am cynical and often quite negative, but I try to be philosophical. I am the kind of person who is in a good mood when I have something to look forward to.
Almost always positive, but we all have our off days once in awhile.
Powerful, but under control. I feel strongly about things but I don't impose them on others or express them readily without thinking about the consequences of doing so.
It's a really difficult question...well, I'm a pretty positive person so I'm usually cheerful and happy. I sometimes feel a bit scared of the future but that's because I'm in my last years of university so the "real life is near" and after a few minutes of fear I feel really excited thinking about all the grat things that will happen in the next few months.
My emotions are annoying sometimes, like today when someone I had to call for work was rude and so five hours later, 20 minutes ago, I was crying about it. Mostly I love my emotions though. Even my anxiety means that I'm not depressed. It's when I feel nothing that things are truly not good.
I am a VERY emotional person. In fact, I once had a therapist say that "it was a miracle I don't have borderline personality disorder" -- so that's cool. When I brought that up to the people closest to me, they all concurred that I have all the feels, but that I recognize all of them and can usually make sense of where they're coming from. I am quick to anger, but very comfortable in a sincere apology. I think that my endless capacity for empathy is both a blessing and a curse -- I can help people feel that I am truly listening to them, but when I'm not careful, can become a sponge for other people's problems. I am very loving and fiercely loyal. I cry in movies and laugh easily.
I feel things deeply and then move on. I am an optimist.
Right now I feel tense, excited and nervous, because I've just started a new job.
Challenging, but very demanding.
My emotions are not as intense as in most woman I figured. I'm sensitive, but not emotional.
I have a rich intra-personal life.
I'm very sad right now
Again, friends say that I am level-headed, but if someone even thinks about yelling at me, I will burst into tears. I am terrible in that regard when it comes to authority. Sometimes, I don't even mean to cry, and the tears just flow. As for happiness, I honestly can't tell you the last time I was truly happy, which kinda sucks, but I'm working on that. I can pretty angry or agitated at very minute things (especially while behind the wheel...oops).