Color Affect Emotions

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How does color depict emotions? That question encouraged me to ask people if there 's a relationship between color and emotion. The majority answered me saying “color is life”. That statement was very interesting to me as a researcher and I asked furthermore. What did they mean by “color is life”? To my understanding, color affects people 's emotions and behavior. Color has the greatness to speak for people, it 's a basic way to describe a person 's life. Those who want to express themselves se painting, drawing, and other arts to explain their inner feelings and the thoughts that are unable to be let out. Each color represents a different mood a person is feeling, (i.e., red, yellow, green, blue, etc.) as these also reflect upon what the …show more content…
The emotions can be positive and negative according to its shade. Positive shades indicate confidence, self-esteem, friendliness, and creativity. The negative shades elaborates fear, emotional fragility, depression, and anxiety. Yellow can bring happiness to a person such as smiley faces, youth, and sunshine. The color yellow is an awakening color to enthusiasm. Its an exciting color and help the mind focus, but too much yellow can stimulate mental difficulties. Yellow is a color that can lift one 's spirit and self esteem. The dark side of yellow is the color of caution and physical …show more content…
The color influencing society correlates with the colors behavior in nature. “You also know that exposure to sunlight provides vitamin D, which affects hormone levels and, therefore, moods” (Jennie,Wood). I believe that weather tremendously affects how people feel. When one goes out on a summer day, the yellow sun is shining bright in the clear blue skies people would feel the urge to go out, do fun activities and bring happiness to them. Exposure to sunshine has a positive impact on attitudes and feelings. In a negative sight to this is a rainy gloomy day with dark grey skies that increase the possibility of sleepiness, excessive eating and feeling sad. As Jennie wood explains, “the clinical name for winter depression or the winter blues, occurs due to the temperature drop and the short days during the winter

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