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When I’m feeling… bad… and can’t quite put my finger on why, I often find it helpful to consult a list of feelings to help me figure out exactly what it is I’m feeling. Looking at a list of feelings is also helpful when I’m feeling good. The more specific I can get, the better I can know myself.
Knowing how I’m feeling is usually a helpful starting point in figuring out what I need… whether that’s more of what’s working or changing what isn’t.
I got the idea from Marshall Rosenberg, author of Nonviolent Communication. This list draws upon his list as well as a list from the Center for Nonviolent Communication. I also added a number of my own feelings (I mean, what’s a list of feelings that doesn’t include “horny,” am I right?!)
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