Translating Emotions

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This picture perfectly describes how I’m feeling and actually thinking when I feel these emotions. Actually, for me, the all come out in anger because I feel that outwardly showing the others will leave me more vulnerable.

Now, the picture says “child” but under no circumstances would this not apply to adults and be taken in an adult context. This is not to say that an adult is childish. We all feel emotions and they all can translate the same.

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4 thoughts on “Translating Emotions

  1. great poster! i think if we were more like kids we’d all be better off. their feelings are raw and honest and when they express their feeling to safe people, they can move on the the next disappointment, loss, anger, joy . . ..they don’t hold on the bad stuff like we have learned to do as adults.

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