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Emotion - The Psychology of Emotion - About.com
Emotions influence human behavior in both strong and subtle ways. So what exactly are emotions? What causes these feelings? Learn more about some of the ...
The Expression of Emotion - Psychology - About.com
Are emotional expressions universal? Researchers have discovered surprising differences in how people express emotions from one culture to the next...
Theories of Emotion - Psychology - About.com
What exactly are emotions? What causes these feelings? Learn more about some of the major theories of emotion that have been proposed by researchers, ...
What Are Emotions? - Psychology - About.com
Emotions exert a powerful influence over our lives, but what exactly are emotions ? Learn more about some key characteristics and components of emotions.
Coping With Emotional Reactions in PTSD
Jun 17, 2014 ... Sometimes, however, these emotional reactions may occur in response to the experience of other emotions. For example, a person with PTSD ...
Emotional Instability - Borderline Personality Disorder
People with borderline personality disorder experience more than just your everyday emotional ups and downs. Learn more about emotional instability in ...
Repressed Emotions Can Cause Physical Illness - Divorce Support
If you are living in an abusive relationship, you've learned to repress your emotions. Repressing emotions can cause physical illness. Stuffing your feelings can ...
Why Suppressing Emotions Does Not Work - Borderline Personality
Jun 30, 2014 ... Suppressing emotions does not work, and it may even end up causing you to feel worse in the long run. Learn more about why suppressing ...
Emotions and Breast Cancer - Express, Cope and Survive
... cancer, and dying of stroke or heart failure. Read about some normal emotions that you may experience at diagnosis and during treatment, and ways to cope.
The 7 Habits of Emotionally Intelligent People
Emotionally intelligent people have a number of habits that help them manage their own emotions and understand the emotions of others.
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