Everyone experiences v like anger, sadness, happiness and fear. These are called primary emotions and they’re fairly easy to spot. But other feelings may be more difficult to identify and understand, as they are tricky emotions — things like love, happiness and disappointment. You may also experience some of these feelings over and over again throughout your life. These secondary emotions might include regret, guilt or shame. I am sure you have felt it. Some emotion that is so strong, but it seems beyond description. We’ve all experienced those moments where we can’t quite put into words how we feel. In this book, I’ll not only share with you the title of each emotion, but also what causes them and what you can do about them.
Emotions are a gift. They’re what make us human, and they’re what connects us with each other. But sometimes, it can be difficult to put your finger on exactly how you feel. That’s why we’ve come up with a list of the most common emotions people experience but can’t always explain—so that when you find yourself feeling them, you’ll know exactly what’s going on!
Having complex emotions is a normal part of being human. We all have complex feelings, emotions, and reactions to certain things. Sometimes it can be hard to explain why we feel the way we do or how we’re feeling at all. But that doesn’t mean you should feel bad about having complex emotions! You shouldn’t be ashamed of having complex emotions; they are a normal part of being human. Some people might say there are only six basic emotions: happy, sad, angry, surprised, scared and disgusted. However, science has shown us that there are many more than just these six—there are many more than 23 different types of feelings!
It’s important to remember that it is normal for everyone to experience these feelings. The more you recognize your emotions, the easier it will be for you to understand them.