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Emotion List

Updated: Mar 1, 2021

Emotions can be hard to identify. What we are feeling and how we feel about what we are feeling are always important questions in the therapy because our emotions are often at the core of something we want to work through.

Adapted from: Shaver, P.; Schwartz, J.; Kirson, D.; O'connor, C. (1987). "Emotion knowledge: further exploration of a prototype approach". Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 52 (6): 1061–86

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