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  • How are emotions described?

  • Tejasri Alla

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    June 13, 2021 at 2:49 pm

    How are emotions described?

  • Ishita Gupta

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    October 7, 2021 at 10:32 pm
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    Emotions are a really major part of the mind. And living beings can not be possible without emotion. Chords make us individuals. The different sorts of emotions portray our state of mind. The preferences we make, the address we take, and the appreciations we’ve are all impacted by the emotions we’re enduring at any given time. The common emotions of humans are Happiness, sadness, fear, disgust and angriness.
    Happiness- happiness is the emotion that people strive for the most. Happiness is hourly defined as an affable emotional state that’s characterized by heartstrings of content, joy, content, satisfaction, and well-being. Happiness compels the largely to stay in a healthy life.
    Sadness-Sadness is an emotion that is defined as a brief emotional state described by heartstrings of disappointment, grief, despair, detachment, and dampened the mood. Sadness can be expressed in several ways including, crying, dampened mood, hebetude, quietness, Withdrawal from others. Sadness can turn into depression.
    Fear- Fear is a strong emotion that also plays an important task in survival. When you face some feather of risk you have fear, you go through what’s known as the fight or flight response. When you’re in fear your instant becomes fast, tense, priming your body to either run from the imminence or stand or face it.
    Disgust- Disgust is a feeling which can arise from a sense of disgust that can arise from several effects, including a displeasing taste, sight, or smell. When you distaste of entity you turning out from the object of distaste, Sometimes it shows some physical answer cognate as heaving or heaving,
    Angriness- angriness is a heavy-duty emotion described by heartstrings of hostility, agitation, frustration, and antipathy towards others. Birse can also play a part in your body’s fight or flight response. anger is hourly allowed as a negative emotion, it can sometimes be a good thing. when you get angry your face turns red, you start yelling, you hit or throw objects.
    Surprise-Surprise is an emotion that comes unawares. It can be both positive and negative. It has an important effect on the earthborn address. For exemplar, the example has shown that people tend to disproportionately notice surprising events. When you get surprised, your eyes can get and wide and your mouth open, sometimes you can scream or heaving.

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