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  • Reflection On Emotions

    Reflecting on my emotions for the past week, I can say I haven’t really improved. I still feel the same sadness, the same lack of motivation and an even higher level of stress than I was experiencing last week, due to midterms. It seems like everything is just pilling up, I feel like my days are no longer purposeful, I take forever reading and finishing my homework, and since I take long I get discouraged and start questioning myself, by asking “Am I smart enough to be here or “why am I even here?” Those are a couple of the most common questions that seem to weaken my ability to function. Ever since my husband left to boot camp, I haven’t fully recovered from the emotional break down. I miss him, and that is the sad part. Since he left, about…

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  • Emotion Reflection

    I attended the tutorial workshop on the topic of emotion as part of the organisational behavior course. The workshop started with a brief introduction by the tutor and then we were arranged us into groups and given task about emotion. After the discussion, we are required to present the ideas that we have. This week we were asked to create a role play that involved emotion. PREPARATION Before we attended the tutorial workshop, we were asked to watch a TV episode and comment the emotions that…

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  • Emotions In Frankenstein

    He learns the skills of hiding behind the house of a poor family, he understands that society is focused on the way one looks. Throughout the book, Frankenstein ask his creator for the attention and understanding from a species like him. When his creator denies Franklinstein request, Frankenstein burst out in rage, he threatened Victor. Scared, confused, lonely, and anger are all the emotions Frankenstein carries as he desperately wants to fit in with humanity. Research has proven that emotions…

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  • Importance Of Emotions

    plenty of theories about emotions, and their purpose in our lives. Modern society tends to suggest that emotions lack purpose and derail us from our path in life. When we experience negative emotions, friends and family may tell us to "suck it up" and to "get over it", as if experiencing these emotions are at best pointless and at worst detrimental. Even positive emotions sometimes are prey to this idea. For example, many say that love makes us blind and that ignorance is bliss. However, we can…

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  • The Influence Of Emotion

    An hour after my aunt died I sat in my room on the side of my bed meditating on what I had heard from a friend, that emotion only lasts for fifteen minutes and everything after that is self inflicted. I had seen Medusa’s deadly eye eyes and turned to stone unmoving feeling the vulnerability of death; the warm lights of my room trying to provide comfort so such a cold event. I replayed my reaction to hearing the heartbreaking news over again in my head analyzing my actions. “Your aunt Danielle…

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  • The Importance Of Moods And Emotions

    “Architecture is an art when one consciously or unconsciously creates aesthetic emotion in the atmosphere and when this environment produces well-being” - Luis Barragan. “My buildings should have an emotional core – a space which, in itself, has an emotional nice feeling” – Peter Zumthor. Two simple quotes, yet with such powerful meaning. It really is intriguing how architecture moves us. It triggers different emotions. It can bring back memories but it can also evoke immediate emotions like…

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  • Importance Of Emotions In Counselling

    The ability to feel emotions is one of the building blocks of who we are and how we interpret the world from the day we are born. It is the foundation of how we make connections to our environment and to the people around us. Should we feel happiness or joy stemmed from a particular person, we tend to engage in them more often or the reverse where we avoid things that make us uncomfortable or sad. The aptitude to understand our emotions, and see how they affect our perceptions is a skill that is…

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  • Importance Of Emotions In The Workplace

    and/or detrimental workers ' emotions can be, how do we manage them when they get overwhelming? A major part obviously involves an employee controlling his/her own actions. Many leaders do not realize, almost all of a worker 's motivation is dependent on how well they are treated. An employee needs to feel their boss will listen if they have a problem and step up if they are in need. This is why employees can either make or break a company. If a leader cares about their employees, that…

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  • Reflection About Emotions

    can feel anger, sadness, fear, love, happiness. These are emotions and reactions to circumstances and happenings. We can reflect these emotions either by the look on our faces and changes in our posture. These emotions are temporary states or moods we experience through our daily lives, and even though they seem to never end as the case of sadness and anger, they are temporary conditions. There are two emotions I can relate that perhaps are present for the most part of my life, anger and…

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  • The Importance Of Emotion In Conflict

    to read the chapters from this week, without seeing it through the lens of stress and my closest relationships and potential effects they have on each other as it relates to the emotion in conflict. For example the following statement from our text really resonated with me. [Emotion sets actions ‘into motion”, leading to your own unique subjective experience. This is what makes reflecting others’ feelings so important, and so challenging](Hocker & Wilmot, 2014, p. 190). While in the midst of…

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