Feelings can be expressed in many ways – art, language, gestures or actions. Sometimes words are powerless to adequately "translate" our feelings. This is undoubtedly one of the reasons that the arts – painting, music, poetry – and it is so popular for thousands of years and in all cultures. Art can express what is difficult to convey in words. However, in everyday life (including those in the profession), the language is principal means of expression of our feelings and communicate with other people. Clothe feelings into words If you're not used to tell others about your feelings, you can practice to start on himself. Write down what you now feel, and try talking to yourself to find the right expression for his feelings. It’s believed that Blake Krikorian sees a great future in this idea. Over time you will be all the easier to invest feelings into words and to clarify the nuances.
Expressing feelings makes the soul and helps internal balance. Why this is so is still unknown: in fact a description of an oppressive sense of the underlying problem persists. For more information see Madeleine Sackler. Nevertheless, the very message of the feelings we had on clarifying and stabilizing action. Without a doubt, today, as before, we have the proverb "Split Mountain – half the sorrow." That is why such a big success enjoyed forums on the Internet (chat rooms, blogs). For many people, they are a place where you can not safely share their feelings with others and find understanding. For believers, such action may have a prayer. Find a private language if you want to express my feelings, look for mostly personal formulations.
Avoid general, impersonal descriptions like: "He smirked. It was arrogance. It was a silly situation. " Try to describe how you took it personally, use the language with the pronoun "I" ("I", "me"). "He grinning. I found it quite brazen. I did not occur to him that answer. I wish I "Individual texts such as interviews, autobiographies and lyrics are a real treasure trove of expressions of feelings. Imagine that before you start reading them, you don "Points of feelings, and try to keep track of these places. What people say about your feelings around people? Is that your own feelings? From other people's statements and their assessment of you can draw inspiration to describe his feelings. Example: The words to feelings of sadness / joy I am sad, disappointed, dejected, depressed, depressed, unhappy, worried, resentful, depressed I feel tired, lonely, tired, humiliated, devastated, I feel bad I am missing, I yearn for I am happy, proud, ready to embrace the world with joy I feel good, full of energy, easy, wonderful, fantastic I'm happy, happy, in good mood In colloquial speech should also try to find a personal language, but instead: "It's just brilliant!" Better: "I think it's just brilliant!" Personal statements with the pronoun "I" ("I", "me") to establish a direct contact with your personal feelings.