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Emotion Essay Examples

The movie Sybil brought out several different emotions and reactions

...Much like Sybil, I didn’t understand why I had always had the nightmares, anxiety. I always felt like something was shamefully wrong with me, but if I kept it to myself they would eventually go away. Instead they progressively got worse over the past few years until eventually I was no longer able to hide it. Throughout the movie you meet most of Sybil's personalities, who all seem to want to help Sybil. Each personality is different, but all can relate to Sybil in some way. For example; some ...

Critical Review - "The Fault in our Stars" by John Green

...The many times throughout the novel where every character experiences love, grief, loss and pain causes you to “laugh… cry, and then come back for more” – Markus Zusak. John Green does this by presenting many heart wrenching events, where physical pain is shown. The pain of Hazel suffering from breathing everyday, but the unconditional love between Hazel and Augustus over power all the sadness. He also explores motifs of stars and water, very deeply. He has metaphorical words for the sta...

Core Conditions in Person Centred Counselling

...“The first element could be called genuineness, realness, or congruence. The more the therapist is himself or herself in the relationship, putting up no professional front or personal facade, the greater is the likelihood that the client will change and grow in a constructive manner. This means that the therapist is openly being the feelings and attitudes that are flowing within at the moment. The term “transparent” catches the flavor of this condition: the therapist makes himself or herse...

‘Miss Havisham’ by Charles Dickens

...In conclusion, ‘Miss Havisham’ a character from the novel ‘Great Expectations’ by Charles Dickens is further explored in the poem ‘Havisham’ by Carol Ann Duffy. In the poem Duffy reveals Havisham’s sinister character and makes her feel real to the reader. Duffy accomplishes this through the use dark themes to express Havisham’s sinister character and a menacing narrative voice is used to make Havisham feel real to the reader. Duffy also uses symbolism, word choice and other poeti...

Examples About Different Aspects of Development Can Affect One Another

...2. Victor is 3,5 years of ages and he has a newborn bro in the household. Before that Victor had complete parent's attention and he does not understand how to share sensations and toys. Victor's mum invests more time with the newborn, so Victor doesn't comprehend why he requires to share his mum's attention with his new sibling. As outcome of that Victor feels pull down, upset and separated which can cause issues in his emotional, social and behavioural development. This can affect his interacti...

Drowning Girl, Lovers Comparision

...Artists generally do use many different types of methods and mediums to depict certain messages, evoke certain emotions and engage certain thoughts from the viewer. Despite this artworks often promote different messages, meanings, emotions and thoughts to each individual viewer. These themes, meanings and messages may depend on variables such as the current situation the viewer is in, situations they have been in before and the way they look at life. Different people evoke different emotions at...

The Concept Analysis of Pain

...Many patients have different concepts of pain and measures to relieve their pain. Not every patient wants to be medicated. Some patients are strong in the faith and belief of channeling the pain and can tolerate pain better than a child or younger adult. Young or old, the age doesn’t matter, it is up to us as health care professionals and nurses to relieve their pain and make them as comfortable as possible. During this review of literature I have gained a better understanding of the concept o...

The Impact of Internet On Society

...Another aspect of internet is people can spend unlimited amount of time without any bore or hard feeling. Recent trends shows that the publicizing the personal life and information in social network websites is increasing and the tendency of considering the virtual online world as real world is increasing very rapidly. Recent medical studies show that addiction of internet is causing personal, professional as well as social problems. Another negative affect of the Internet is that false informat...

The Causes and Effects of Unhappiness

...Chen, R. (2012). The Top 7 Reasons Why You Are Unhappy. Retrieved from http://www.pickthebrain.com/blog/the-top-7-reasons-why-you-are-unhappy/ Chernoff, M. (2011). 12 Common Causes and Proven Cures for Unhappiness. Retrieved from http://www.marcandangel.com/2011/05/29/12-common-causes-and-proven-cures-for-unhappiness/ Chernoff, M. (2012). 30 Traits Happy People Have In Common. Retrieved from http://www.marcandangel.com/2012/07/02/30-traits-happy-people-have-in-common/ Depression (Mood). (2014). ...

Distinguish between problem-focused coping and emotion-focused coping

...Billings, A. G. (1981). The role of coping responses and social resources in attenuating the stress of life events. . Journal of Behavioral Medicine,, 13: 539-547. Epping-Jordan, J. A. (1994). Predictors of cancer progression in young adult men and women: Avoidance, intrusive thoughts, and psychological symptoms. Health Psychology. McLeod, S. A. (2009). Emotion Focused Coping. http://www.simplypsychology.org/emotion-focused-coping.html. McLeod, S. A. (2010). Stress Management - Problem Focused C...

Gothic conventions in 'The Others'

...Over all the film ‘The Others’ used a large range of techniques and gothic conventions in order to captivate the audience and contribute to a scary and unsettling feel over the course of the movie. These techniques are dark and light imagery which emphasises the perception of truth, Symbolism which uncovers the secret themes and ideas of the film and setting which was used to create the idea of isolation. This movie also uses many gothic ideas in order to communicate the gothic themes, these...

Self Concept

...Discover possible ways to overcome the issues that make them feel negative about themselves. All these will contribute to helping the individual and as care workers we should be able to carry out these different types of skills. Self-concept can also affect the behaviour of the individual, for example if they have a negative self-concept they can feel all types of different emotions such as feeling, lost, worthless, insecure, depressed, not accepted. All these emotions can cause problems in the ...

Transition to Rn Role

...Problems With Co-Workers in the Transition to an RN Role Becoming a nurse was a dream that became reality for me in October 2012. I had passed the LPN-NCLEX. I was eager and full of hope, looking toward the beginning of a new career for which I had been preparing. The challenge, which alarms me, is the transition phase where I am not yet an RN, but I am held to that standard. My aim is to practice being an assertive communicator as well as foster interaction with co-workers, administrators and p...

The short stories: “The Kid Nobody Could Handle”

...Being isolated from your peers can also make a person fear criticism. From the short story “The Fall of a City”, the Uncle laughs as he says: “You’d never believe it, but that great big lummox has been playing with paper dolls!” Teddy takes this criticism extremely personally as he cries to tear down his imaginary city. It is perfectly normal for a boy his age to have creativity and imagination to have fun in his own world. However because of how isolated he is from his uncle and aunti...

Macbeth vs. Holden Caulfield

...Throughout the entire novel, it was evident that Holden was very depressed. He had no hope for his future, as he expressed to his history teaher Mr. Spencer, and he believed he was headed no where in life. Holden was kicked out of numerous schools and it was not until after his New York adventure that he went on an unitentional road of self-discovery. Holden was clearly in pain over his brothers death, pain that he was yet to deal with. As the book progressed, Holden gradually matured into a str...

Money Can Not Buy Happiness

...Belliotti, Raymond Angelo. "The Seductions Of Happiness." The Oxford handbook of happiness. 291-302. New York, NY US: Oxford University Press, 2013.PsycINFO. Web. 1 July 2013. Moïra Mikolajczak, et al. "Money Giveth, Money Taketh Away: The Dual Effect Of Wealth On Happiness." Psychological Science (Sage Publications Inc.) 21.6 (2010): 759-763. Academic Search Complete. Web. 16 July 2013. Nicole S. Savino, et al. "Can Seeking Happiness Make People Unhappy? Paradoxical Effects Of Valuing Happines...

Dhumketu (Gaurishankar Govardhanram Joshi). The Letter-Summary

...When asked on whom he saw the postmaster said he saw Ali. This is when he came to know that Ali had died three months before. Here, the bewildered postmaster found at the doorway that Ali had disappeared. Imagination had deceived him. That evening he went to Ali 's grave and laid the letter there. Empathy makes us understand each other and build strong relationships. One can feel the anxiety of other when one finds himself in that particular situation. In the end of the story, tortured with rem...

Perils of Indifference Rhetorical Analysis

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James Wright's A Blessing

...He also gives only one of the ponies an identity. He describes one of them as female and personifies her with human characteristics. In line fifteen he describes her as “the slender one” and in line eighteen he calls to her coloring “black and white.” In lines nineteen and twenty-one he talks about the way her hair falls and how delicate her skin is. By giving the pony human characteristics, the reader can see that this pony was possibly someone the narrator had known in another life. Th...

A Bag of Oranges

...He knows if he wants to be an adult, he must pay many things for that just like his father. That’s why he drink black coffee because he want to taste the hardships of being an adult from the black coffee and he want to feel his father’s position from the black coffee. It shows us, the boy is starting to understand adulthood. The biggest point of the story is the boy acts like an adult and take the responsibility of their family from his father, he chases to the young man who picked their ora...

Jealous Husband Returns in Form of Parrot by Robert Olen Butler

...The effect of his cowardly behavior, by not saying what was in his heart in his human life, had made it even more impossible to communicate after he had fallen out of the tree and died. The husband states that “the crack in the shade was just out of view and I crawled on along till there was no limb left and I fell on my head” (188). The fact that he had fallen out of a tree and is reincarnated as a bird is also totally irony too. Butler could have reincarnate the husband as any animal and ...

Psychological benefits of physical activity

...If your goal is Stress Management, there are a number of exercises I can work with you on to achieve this objective. Enhanced Moods: Exercise makes most people feel good and when people feel good, their moods seem to elevate. Whether this is due to the release of endorphins or providing a distraction from daily stress, many studies show that regular exercisers have a more positive outlook and are happier overall in comparison to the inactive population.  Alleviate Depression: Studies show that ...

Birth control

...Emotional problems following an abortion tend to be more prevalent among women who have been previously diagnosed with depression, anxiety disorders or other mental health issues. Also noted at higher risk of developing depression are teenagers, separated or divorced women, and women with a history of more than one abortion. It is not unusual for a woman to experience a range of often contradictory emotions after having an abortion, just as it would not be unusual for a woman who carried her uni...

Tone and Mood

..."On the Rainy River" is a short story about a mans internal conflict of weather or not to fight in a war he is morally against,written by Tim O'Brian. This short story has a reflective tone. One example of this is when Tim says "I was too good for this war. Too smart, Too compassionate,...I was above it." (629) This demonstrates how he feels about himself and about th war. Another example of the storys reflective tone is when Tim says " It was a moral splt. I feared war but i also feared exile."...

Barriers To Communication

...Perception is a subjective process. When senses deliver their information to the reception centers of the cortex, they are associated with past perceptions, memories, feelings, thoughts, values, needs, drives, attitudes and other things going on in the brain that are totally unique. The result is a highly individualized way of looking at things. Perception is understanding of the world around us. Each one perceives the world in his own unique way and interprets what has been perceived in yet ano...

Obsession essay

...All in all, the term obsession is used as being negative. Obsession is the domination of thoughts by ideas or images. The state of being obsessed over something can fog up someone’s true thoughts of how they feel. When I was in love with lacrosse, my parents told me that I was obsessed with lacrosse and that I needed to realize what was happening. However, now that I look back on it, I believe that I had a passion for the sport. Passion is a positive obsession. Obsession is a negative passion....

Emotional Intelligence

...Personal competence is centered on the individual, and it is made up of your self-awareness and self-managements skills. Self-awareness is your ability to recognize and understand how and why you typically behave or react a certain way. It is becoming comfortable dealing with both positive and negative emotions. Self-management is an extension of personal-awareness. It is using your awareness to guide your actions in a positive direction. Social competence focuses on your interaction with other ...

Psychological Barriers in Communication

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The Scream by Edvard Munch analysis

...These poses produce the most convincing images of psychological conditions, adding to the painting's monumental and static quality. The composition, colors and dramatic use of perspective, the undulating curves of the landscape and hollow figure personify alienation and anxiety. The image reflects upon human emotions, and how our relationships with others, and with our environment can affect us. The visual also deals with the human need to be acknowledged, and need for a sense of belonging. Expl...

God Is love

...Loneliness sometimes does not leave us alone even while we are with others, however love is something that keeps us company even when we are alone. A lot of us have this void within we spend our lives trying to fill. Quite like the Prince who ran around with Cinderella’s glass slipper searching for the one who fits it perfect. Love fills our voids perfectly. We can take love, we can give it back and the essence of life is the craving to do so. God is everywhere, God is love and so love is the ...

Hostel or home

...Moreover, you can save a lot of money because you do not have to pay a rent neither do you have to buy your own food because your parents will do that for free or sometimes charge you just a low rate. Another point in favor is convenience. You have almost everything you need at home; furthermore, your mother usually does all the housework, at least of the common areas, and organizes everything; consequently you will have more free time for studying or just going out with your friends and having ...

Motivation and Emotion

...Physical: increase in heart rate, rapid breathing, dilation of pupils, dryness of mouth, fidgeting Behavioral: facial expressions, body movements and actions Subjective: anger, fear, happiness, and sadness James-Lange Theory developed by William James and Carl Lange states that a stimulus creates a physiological response that then leads to the labeling of the emotion event arousal interpretation emotion I see a snake muscle tenses, heart races feel nervous and scared Canon-Bard Theory developed ...

Children’s overall development needs

...Read more: Explain how children and young people’s development is influenced by a range of externa...

Trio by Edwin Morgan

...The tone of the poem is joyful and optimistic partly due to specific words Edwin Morgan has chosen. Edwin Morgan uses repetition in this poem to make repeated parts stand out as memorable and important. Using repetition also emphasises his opinion of how special this occasion was. Morgan repeats the phrase ‘under the Christmas lights’ later in the poem, doing this brings us back to the start of the poem where it is first said and it reminds us of the uplifting spirit of the young people. He ...

Character Change in “The Jewelry”

...The story ends by saying that Lantin’s new wife, “made his life very miserable. (75)” Guy de Maupassant changed Lantin’s mood multiple times in a short amount of time. From the happiness of his first marriage; to the sorrow after her tragic death; to the bewilderment that he experienced when he discovered that his late wife’s jewelry was real and how much it was worth; to the delight in the riches he acquired from selling it all, and finally to the final misery he lives through becaus...

Ramadan & Eternal Child - Irma Stern

...This way she could interpret reality however she liked. Max Pechstein greatly applauded this work as he saw that the painting could evoke strong emotions and reactions from the viewer. The girl’s large head and small body indicates fragility, as do her small hands grasping flowers. Irma is showing the damage of war on the youth. Children are defenseless and afraid, yet hope glimmers in their eyes. The young girl’s eyes are wide and hopeful, as are the bright flowers. The focal point of The E...

Imaginary Friend

...I know having an imaginary friend at the age of 35 might seem crazy to other people who don't understand but I don't care because with you I feel comfortable an safe, and all I have ever wished for is that one day you would come back. In conclusion, now that you are back I want to make up for the past 23 years ,and even it mean by leaving my girlfriend am ready to make the sacrifice I just want everything to go back to the way they were except for the neglecting part, and I promise you would al...

Muir and Wordsworth

...The change of tone from depressing to overwhelmingly happy is similar to the poem “I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud.” In the last stanza, when Wordsworth is sitting on his couch, lonely and depressed, he remembers the beautiful scene overlooking the field of daffodils and is instantly uplifted with joy. Wordsworth describes it as, “In vacant or in pensive mood they flash upon that inward eye which is the bliss of solitude.” The marvelous change of tones in these two works makes them a roller...


FAQ about Emotion


❓ ‘Viola Is One of Shakespeare’s Most Sympathetic and Resourceful Heroines’. to What Extent Is This Interpretation Supported by Act 1 of 'Twelfth Night'?

...In conclusion, I do not think this statement is supported by act one because I don’t think Viola is one of Shakespeare’s most sympathetic character. Consistently masking her true feelings from them; audiences have little obvious evidence that she ...

❓ Describe with Examples How Different Aspects of Development Affect One Another

...She is now a year old and attempting to learn what words are and what they mean, as she has observed that this is how adults communicate through spoken language. I have used my daughter as an example to show how different aspects of development affec ...

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