Step 1: Emotions an there explanations
"im an adult what emotions do i have to worry about?"
just keep on reading and you will see !!
there are some rather hard emotions to describe because there can be a wide spectrum of feelings being currently felt or a " hybrid mix" of emotions. your prefrontal cortex is responsible for these dynamic sets emotions.
We begin with the question
How do you feel at the moment ?
"at the moment i feel euphoric,triumphant & dominant"
than try to think about "Why do you feel this way"
"because i have had just an awesome relationship with my girlfriend ever since we have been together.
Euphoria- a feeling of great wellbeing or elation.
Dominant or Alpha male"ish"
my spectrum hybrid !!
but it's realistic to always feel "good"
in traumatic or shocking situations the brain thinks that you are in imminent danger and sends out commands to its various glands such as the Adrenal gland, the main producer of adrenalin in your body, you are put into survival mode or "flight of fight mode." your veins dilate to pump blood faster your arms and legs. muscles tense up & your pupils dilate slightly. this can be activated by the any of the following general emotion of Fear,dread,horror.terror, & or anticipation. in moments such as this some people may or can become so hysterical that they can have a panic attack which is described as the feeling of passing out or feeling that you might die. this may look like a heart attack to others but that can only be determined by medical personnel.
mass emotional hysteria or feelings of dread & or fear have been experienced Nationwide in situations such as.
September 11 terrorist attacks
the red scare from the post WW II period
the so called "Swine flu epidemic"
John .F Kennedy assassination
under such situations the best thing to do is instantly think thru the situation and how can you deal with such a problem or keep your mind off of such incidents & think of something positive or find some comic relief on such websites as LOL cats,fail blog,college humor, or some more mature choices ,the Colbert report, or SNL.
Old history- in the Victorian times there was a medical term for "moody" women called "female hysteria" the belief that women were a ticking stress bombs. many women participated in a practice where doctors preform very inappropriate acts with there hands on the patients.
a very detailed emotion decription by a doctor
Steven J. Cheng Phd.