1.Emotions are common to us all but how we feel is different for every individual.
2.Most of the time emotions hurt people around you but feelings can only hurt you the most.
3.“To become a successful person, you should have to learn to control your feelings and emotions.
4.Sometimes society may put pressure on us to suppress our feelings or we may feel we can’t talk about emotions.
5.Emotions like joy and grief are the whole of the mind. Feelings, on the other hand, maybe physical, mental, or both.
6.Understanding the difference between emotions, feelings, and moods is essential to managing all of them.
7.Emotions are physical responses we give to certain events whereas feelings are mental associations with the emotions.
8.Understanding the emotions and feelings of others gives us clear information about how we might need to respond in a particular situation.
9.“Things looked funny because my pictures depend on my emotional state. I know this is true and I thought about it for a long time. Somehow it made me eel very good.”_ Francesca Woodman.
10.Emotions are like feelings that are felt from the heart but you could not express them immediately and you would not know how to express that to a person.
11.Our emotions and feelings sometimes motivate us to act in particular ways and give us the tools and resources we need to interact meaningfully in our social worlds.
12.Emotions are part of our everyday lives. Sometimes, it can feel like our feelings control how we think and act to the point where we feel like we’re not in control.
13.Emotions have a direct connection with the mind whereas, feelings have a direct connection to the heart. Feelings can be considered as conscious awareness about the emotions one possesses.
14.Expressing emotions and feelings allow us to respond appropriately and build deeper, more meaningful relationships with our friends, family, and loved ones.
15.“Your emotion, feelings, and sensations are the waves of the ocean – coming and going. There are big strong waves and there are soft gentle waves; they are all water and all part of the ocean.”
16.“It is very important to understand that emotional intelligence is not the opposite of intelligence, it is not the triumph of heart over head. It is the unique intersection of both.”_ David Castro.
17.Always be reminded that your emotions are your guides towards a better version of who you are. Always do things that bring you joy, reflect on things that make you sad, and ponder how your days went.
18.Emotions mean which is expressible and it can be identified by seeing a person and it is an external thing which appears most of the time. Feelings mean what can make you feel, it is reactions of the emotions and it is an internal feeling which lies inside most of the time.
19.Feeling is a natural process and it can’t be faked. Everybody has the same feeling in most situations. Emotions are the expressions you want to show the world, no matter how you feel inside. And your emotions change from person to person.
20.Emotions! Making Sense of Your Feelings will help you gain powerful insight into a significant part of who you are. While your emotional life may feel tumultuous, your emotions are priceless. It’s time to figure out just what your emotions are telling you.
21.Emotions have some universal basis (human beings everywhere are “hard-wired” for the primary emotions and for the self-conscious or secondary emotions, too), but Feelings are mostly individual. Because there are universal human emotions, all human beings can “read” the emotions on each other’s faces and bodies to some extent, no matter our language or culture. In that way, we “know” strangers because we can “read” them to some extent, even though we do not know their culture.