Making Sense of Emotions

Making Sense of Emotions By: Angela Englander    May 22, 2015             Primary emotions and secondary emotions are the two categories that emotions are often placed into. Primary emotions occur when the emotion you are feeling fits the situation you are in. Secondary emotions occur when the primary emotion is too scary or painful to experience
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Emotions: Our Subconscious Language

Emotions: Our Subconscious Language By: Angela Englander                                 May 17, 2015 Emotions are one of the most direct ways for our body and subconscious mind to communicate with us. These emotions give us information about our environment, our experience, and what is happening around us. These emotions also give us information based on past experiences, our
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Trauma, The Nervous System, and Digestion

Trauma, the Nervous System, and Digestion By: Angela Englander      April 24, 2015 The Effects of Trauma             Following a traumatic experience some people may continue to feel that they are in danger, anxious, suspicious, on edge, or startle easily. Over the long term the person may experience sleep disturbances, appetite changes, sexual troubles, and problems
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