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JUMPING TO THE WRONG CONCLUSION OR IMPULSIVELY BELIEVING AN UNTRUTH TO BE THE TRUTH!!!

Most of us at some time have felt guilty, hopeless, anxious, depressed, jealous, vulnerable, rejected, hateful, inferior, stupid, angry, grumpy, fearful, etc.

If you are emotionally immature or have little emotional intelligence then you may often jump to the wrong conclusion about your feelings and that of others.

You may jump to a wrong conclusion based on insufficient evidence and react inappropriately emotionally.

Psychologists use fancy terms such as emotional reasoning, mind reading, and personalization to try and categorize different responses which are inaccurate readings of emotions or circumstances but they are all basically an impulsive, faulty, incomplete, wrong, or untrue reading of or reaction to reality.

If you sometimes feel a little guilty, moderately guilty, and very guilty then you probably have relatively good gut or impulsive guilt reactions but if you feel very guilty almost every time and frequently then your sense of emotional and physical reality may be bad.

Similarly if you have different degrees of anxiety or any emotion for that matter then you are probably emotionally healthy but if you feel very anxious or very emotional almost every time and do so frequently then your sense of physical and emotional reality for anxiety and other emotions is probably bad.

Another sign of emotional immaturity is if you see another human get mad, angry, hateful, grumpy, etc. and impulsively almost always feel that it is probably due to something that you did or said and it is your fault. Simply asking what made you mad, angry, hateful, depressed, grumpy, etc. will often get to the real cause of the emotional expression. Often you may not be involved at all and definitely you are not responsible for another’s emotional state or reaction.

If you feel insecure then you may have real justifications for it such as working at a job after working at 6 different jobs in a two year period. A feeling of insecurity in a relationship may be justified by a spouse who was promiscuous before marriage or had 3 prior divorces. A male may feel insecure if he marries a beautiful woman whom men are constantly hitting on or flirting with. Another major cause of justified insecurity arises from bad financial management which results in great financial stress and a feeling that you are always on the verge of bankruptcy.

Some are burdened with feelings of inadequacy and insecurity and may feel that they are stupid, boring, or are lacking in some personality department.

There are unfortunately few fast fixes and becoming better employed, more competent, more educated, more interesting, more sociable, etc. takes time and courageous determination to change your lousy circumstances and flawed personality.

Just making optimistic affirmations and thinking about your bad circumstances will not solve your emotional problems. What it will really take is some courageous determined action with selfresearch, selfeducation, expert advice, and actually changing your bad habits into better ones and developing better selfcontrol over your emotions.

Good parents and role models, other siblings, and much exposure to many different kinds of personalities or humans is the ideal way to mature emotionally. Leading a life largely isolated from other humans will handicap you emotionally but there are still many basically introverted humans who lead successful happy lives and aren’t overly concerned what others may think of them and don’t feel emotionally trapped or insecure. Introverts tend to be more selective in the humans that they associate with and are usually not concerned with being socially popular.

If you assume too much and have a tendency to jump to conclusions without actual complete evidence or often react impulsively emotionally by assuming what actually is not true or reality, then you have a serious problem where simple advice will not be enough such as just saying to yourself- don’t be so impulsive or think before you react emotionally.

Emotional immaturity takes long to overcome and the longer that you have been immature the harder it will be to eventually mature emotionally.

UPDATED LOGICAL DEFINITIONS FOR 95 FEELINGS AND EMOTIONS!!!

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Admirable: adj. sensing respect and attraction and sensing a relatively large intensity pleasure because of (good and/or moral behavior) and/or professional excellence

 

 

Affectionate: adj. sensing medium intensity pleasure for a subset(s) which you care about and the behavior(s) which exists with it

 

 

Aggressive: adj. pursuing a goal(s) forcefully and/or threateningly which may include (body contact and/or violence) and/or a ((verbal threat(s) and/or verbal attack(s)) and/or physical attack(s))

 

 

Agonized/Agonizead: adj. very intensely worrying for a relatively short duration

 

 

Amused/Amusead: adj. mildly entertaining

 

 

 

Angry: adj. very intensely sensing transient displeasure which is frequently a less intense form of hatred and caused by a failure to achieve a goal(s) and/or caused by (overt and/or covert aggression)

 

 

Anguished/Anguishad: adj. sensing very intense suffering for duration

 

 

Annoyed: adj. sensing small intensity anger and/or disliking frequently due to a repetitive and/or interfering subset(s) which tends to alter and/or delay an immediate personal goal(s)

 

 

Anxious: adj. sensing low to medium intensity fear resulting from the anticipation of a (realistic and/or fantasized dangerous event(s))) and/or (threatening event(s) and/or bad circumstance(s)) which may be accompanied by the uncertainty of not knowing (what to do and/or what will exist) good and/or bad

 

 

Apathetic: adj. sensing and/or showing minimal motivation

 

 

Apologetic /Apologad: adj. regretfully sensing and communicating the acknowledgement of a mistake(s) and/or bad behavior(s) which frequently injures someone and/or hurts someone’s feelings and/or sense of selfworth

 

 

Apprehensive: adj. sensing anxiety about a future bad subset(s)

 

 

 

Arrogant: adj. an excessive and frequently offensive (sensing of and behaving with) superiority and/or behaving disrespectfully

 

 

 

Astonished/Astonishmed: adj. very intensely impressed and surprised

 

 

 

Attentive: adj. focusing and interacting bodily and/or mentally on some subset(s) to the relative exclusion of other subsets

 

Attracted/Attractad: adj. sensing a desire (to approach and/or to spend time with) and/or (to participate with, and/or to focus physically and/or mentally upon a subset(s)) and/or sensing a desire (for pleasure and/or to do a subset(s))

 

 

Awesome: n. sensing very intense respect with fear and/or wonder from a subset(s)

 

 

Boastful: adj. sensing and communicating excessive selfimportance and/or pride

 

Blissful: adj. sensing serene joy for duration

 

Bored/Borad: adj. sensing decreased interesteven and decreased mental activity which is frequently caused by (using too much time with a subset(s) and/or doing too much repetition of a subset(s)) and/or spending too much time with a uninteresting subset(s) and/or what we are doing is no longer a rewarding experience

(replace interesteven with human interest and it means the same thing)

 

 

Cautious:  adj. doing something with conscientious forethought trying to (predict danger and mistakes and/or avoid danger and mistakes) and/or trying to avoid external subset(s) which may change one’s immediate goal(s) and sometimes future goal(s) and/or avoidance of risky behavior(s)

 

 

Cocky: adj. conceited and frequently with excessive confidence and assertiveness

 

 

Cold/Coldad: adj. sensing minimal emotion in most circumstances

 

 

Compassionate: adj. sensing sympathy for a lifeform(s) and wanting to and helping in some manner

 

 

Conceited/Conceitad: adj. sensing and frequently showing excessive personal pride

 

Concentrating/Concentratead: adj. focusing mentally

 

 

Concerned/Concernad: adj. being attracted to a subset(s) caused by sensed (caring and/or interesteven) and/or (importance and/or empathy) and/or (suffering of and/or affectation) for samer subset(s)

(replace interesteven with human interest and it means the same thing)

 

 

Confident: adj. sensing freedom from most doubt when trying to achieve a subset(s) and this frequently exists with a large belief in oneself and in one’s abilities

 

 

Covetous: adj. intensely desiring to possess a subset(s) and sometimes enviously

 

 

 

Craved/Cravead: adj. very intensely desiring

 

 

Curious: adj. sensing a desire to acquire new knowledge and/or experiences

 

 

Desired/Desiread: n. mentally sensing a need to achieve a goal(s) and frequently making that future achievement more probable and it originates in the survival instinct

 

 

 

Despairing/Despairad: adj. sensing complete hopelessness due primarily to very bad circumstances

 

 

Determined/Determinead: adj. sensing very intense persistence and perseverance

 

 

Disappointed/Disappointad: adj. sensing low to medium intensity badness after failing to achieve your (needs and/or hopes) and/or (desires and/or expectations) and/or goal(s)

 

 

Disapproving/Disapprovad: adj. judging a subset(s) to be bad and/or wrong and sometimes this can be judging a good and/or righta subset(s) to be bad and/or wrong           (righta is the adjective form of right)

 

 

Disbelieving/Disbelievead: adj. personally sensing and judging that something is not true with a very large degree of probability which may be a 100% probability

 

 

Disgusted/Disgustad: adj. sensing extreme displeasure at a very bad and/or very socially deviant action(s)

 

 

Disliked/Dislikead: adj. sensing low intensity displeasure for a subset(s)

 

 

Distasteful: adj. sensing dislike with one or more senses especially for food and/or drink

 

 

Eager: adj. an intense desire for a subset(s) and an intense desire to do what is essential to achieve and/or get samer subset(s) and it is frequently for a relatively short duration

 

 

Ecstatic: adj. sensing maximally intense pleasure which may or may not be injurious to the brain

 

Embarrassed/ Embarrassad: adj. sensing low intensity shame for a noncriminal subset(s)

 

 

Empathic: adj. sharing a sensation(s) with concern and meanmaking for the bad and/or good circumstance(s) and/or event(s) with another and sometimes offering helpful advice and/or caring

Meanmake: v. to communicate relatively accurately making a personal subjective and/or objective correspondence(s)

 

 

Enraged/Enragead: adj. making a lifeform(s) sense rage

You can enrage someone but when someone enrages you, then you are just in a rage or raging.

 

Envious: adj. desiring another’s (possessions and/or characteristics) and/or (luck and/or circumstances) without sensing angry resentment

 

Exasperated /Exasperatead: adj. sensing extreme annoyance and some anger and especially when there is minimal and/or no control over the annoyance

 

Exhausted/Exhaustad: adj. sensing almost total depletion of energy and desire

 

 

Fearful: adj. sensing very intense bad sensations which are sometimes caused by (very little security and/or a threat by a large imminent danger) and/or caused when in much potentially deadly pain

 

 

 

Frantic: adj. sensing very intense urgent upsetting emotion(s) and the corresponding behavior(s)

 

 

Frightened/Frightenad: adj. creating low intensity fear in a human(s)

 

Frustrated/Frustratead: adj. frequently attempting to reach a goal(s) and not doing so within an acceptable standard(s) and/or norm(s) and sensing failure

 

Grieving/Grievous: adj. sensing intense mental displeasure and/or unhappiness from the loss of a loved subset(s) which is frequently most intense when it is due to the death of a family member and sometimes exists with crying

 

Guilty: adj. sensing and deserving punishment for doing a (bad and/or immoral) and/or illegal subset(s) for which one may not be punished unless seen and caught by a witness(s) and/or a legal authority(s)

 

Happy: adj. sensing pleasure but less intense pleasure than joy and ecstasy

 

 

Hateful: adj. sensing very intensely which one senses when one wants to destroy a (bad and/or wrong) subset(s) which may be morally (bad and/or wrong) and/or may be (bad and/or wrong) because it is the primary reason why one can’t achieve a desired goal(s) and/ or (bad and/or wrong) because it is a source of intense mental displeasure and/or bodily pain

 

 

 

Hopeless: adj. sensing that a personally desired goal(s) and/or an event(s) is probably impossible to achieve

 

 

Horrified/Horrifyad: adj. sensing very intense fear for duration

 

 

Hurt/Hurtad: adj. causing bodily and/or mental pain

 

Hysterical: adj. sensing frenzied/frenzyad extreme emotion

 

 

Impatient: adj. eager anxiety for a subset(s) to end existence and/or begin existence

 

 

Indifferent: adj. sensing minimal caring and empathy and involvement

 

 

Infatuated/Infatuatead: adj. sensing short duration frequent lovin for a subset(s) with mostly unreasoning impulse

 

 

Innocent: adj. sensing absence of guilt and/or knowledge about a criminal and/or sexual subset(s)

 

Interested/Interestevad: adj. sensing an exciting subset(s) which can maintain attention and/or curiosity frequently because samer subset(s) is (new and/or strange) and/or (pleasant and/or deviant)

 

 

Intransigent: adj. stubbornly refusing to change views and/or to compromise

 

 

Jealous: adj. envying with angry resentment

 

 

Joyful: adj. sensing much pleasure but less intense pleasure than ecstasy and more intense pleasure than happiness

 

 

Laughing/Laughad: adj. sensing pleasure with repetitive inhalations and exhalations of air and it is frequently accompanied by identifiable body movements, especially face movements

 

 

 

Likable: adj. sensing low intensity pleasure for a subset(s) and the behaviors which exist with the sensing of samer subset(s)

 

 

Lonely: adj. sensing frequently caused by a loss and/or an absence of companionship and/or friendship and a desire for companionship and/or friendship

 

 

Loving: adj. sensing any intense pleasure from a subset(s) one cares about and the behavior(s) which exist with it and frequently desiring to (possess and/or interact with) and/or experience samer subset(s) for a short and/or long duration

 

 

Meditative/Meditativead: adj. thinking without anxiety and/or emotion

 

 

Mischievous: adj. sensing a desire to cause and causing trouble in a playful manner

 

Miserable: adj. sensing intense unpleasantness and (enduring a very bad circumstance(s) and/or enduring a very bad mental subset(s)) and/or experiencing enduring intense pain(s)

 

Obstinate: adj. stubbornly refusing to change one’s opinion and/or course of action despite attempts at persuasion to do so

 

Optimistic: adj. believing that a goal(s) will be achieved with a relatively large degree of probability and a general belief that good events will be more frequent than the bad events in living

 

 

Painful: adj. a bad intense mental sensation which originates from an injured body subset(s) and the behaviors which exist with it

 

 

 

Panicked/Panicad: adj. sensing uncontrollable fear and/or very intense anxiety and behaving irrationally with (physical aggression and/or stampeding) and/or random movement

 

 

Paranoid: adj. extreme irrational fear of a subset(s)

 

 

Rage: n. very intense anger which frequently includes a violent behavior(s)

 

 

Regretful: adj. sensing a wrong reaction which may be doing something bad and/or wrong and/or not doing a subset(s) which should have been done and wishing one had the power to change the wrong reaction

 

Relieved/Relievead: adj. sensing the reduction and/or elimination of (pain and/or misery) and/or (discomfort and/or anxiety) and/or (need and/or fear) and/or (tediousness and/or a usually bad emotional subset(s))

 

Sad: adj. sensing a small intensity mental displeasure frequently because of the loss and/or departure of a subset(s)

 

Satisfied: adj. sensing pleasure when (fulfilling and/or achieving) a goal(s) and/or desire(s)

 

Shocked/Shockad: adj. causing a speedy increase in electrical activity and that includes the brain

 

 

Smart: adj. behaving with above average logical reasoning skills and successfully applying them to solve political and social and economic and scientific problems and/or having emotional intelligence

 

 

Stupid: adj. behaving with incomplete logical reasoning skills and unsuccessfully applying them to solve political and social and economic and scientific problems

 

 

Surprised/Surprisead: adj. suddenly sensing what is frequently caused by an unexpected and/or very infrequent event(s) which is usually not strange

 

Suspicious: adj. judging intuitively with little evidence that a subset(s) is a probable cause of an event(s) in the past and/or the future

 

Sympathetic: adj. empathy with a lifeform(s)’s misfortune(s)

 

 

Terrified/Terrifyad: adj. fearing so extremely that one is frequently physically stopped and unable to move

 

Thoughtful/Thinkad: adj. silently and mentally verbalizing and trying to make correspondences between the subsets of one’s own knowledge and/or experiences and using as much logic as possible

 

 

Thrilled/Thrillad: adj. sensing short duration very intense excitement and/or pleasure

 

 

 

Worried/Worryad: adj. being excessively (concerned and anxious and uncertain) and wasting thinking time with a (real and/or imagined) (future and/or present)

(danger(s) and/or event(s)) and/or subset(s)

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INTROSPECTION QUESTIONS DURING MEDITATION!!!

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Meditation is an ideal time to relax and do some introspection by thinking and trying to find answers to some important questions to guide the thinking in a constructive way.

Asking yourself introspective questions about yourself and trying to answer them goes a long way towards selfawareness and the possibility for future improvement if you determine to do something about it and act on your revelations about yourself.

Here is a list of some important questions to ponder while meditating:

Do I accept my appearance as it is or is there something which I am so unhappy about that it needs possible cosmetic surgery?

Am I happy with my mind, smartness, emotions, mood, humor, and personality or should I try for improvement with new useful knowledge, research, new useful skills, and necessary behavior changes?

Am I eating enough healthy organic food and drink, sleeping enough, and exercising enough to minimize personal illness?

What are some of my bad behaviors which need to be changed?

Am I critical or ashamed of some obsessive, compulsive, jealous, and mean thoughts or behavior and want to change this?

Am I critical and want to change my depression, anger, impatience, intolerance, irritability, and pessimism?

Is there some behavior which I hate enough to change and do I feel confident that I can stop hating or decrease the hatred on my own?

Do I feel competent about work and confident with human interactions or is there room for possible improvement with enough selfdetermination?

Am I so selfcentered that my ego expresses itself in arrogant hurtful ways?

Do I want to be respected and possibly admired by maintaining my integrity and trying to be more trustworthy, dependable, competent, friendly, and empathetic with others?

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HOW TO BE SUCCESSFUL IN BUSINESS!!!

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To be successful in business you basically need to be in almost total control of yourself and that means being emotionally intelligent or being in control of your emotions with an ability to communicate well with humans. Surrounding yourself with confident, competent, talented coworkers and workers and networking with successful humans is vital for business success in the long duration.

Not everyone in business wants to be a leader in management but if you want to manage then there are the important things which you must know about emotions, career, employees, coworkers, communications, and bosses. Geoffrey James gives a pretty comprehensive detailed list of what is important to know under the listed categories. Here is a link to his rather comprehensive article on the “secrets” to business success.

http://www.inc.com/geoffrey-james/37-secrets-only-successful-people-know.html

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UPDATED NEW QUOTE BY ULDIS SPROGIS 439!!!

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THE TRUTH ABOUT AMBIVALENT+

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Ambivalent: adj. sensing two or more emotions and/or feelings simultaneously

Ambivalent emotions and/or feelings is when you are experiencing two or more at the same time. Feeling hope, fear, pride, and happiness simultaneously may exist when you are sending off offspring to college or a university on their own.

You may simultaneously feel pride that they have graduated to go on to higher education, you may hope that everything will go well, you are happy that they are finally leaving home, yet you also fear that they may get involved in binge drinking or the taking of mind altering drugs which will potentially hurt them in some way. These are four ambivalent feelings being experienced at the same time or simultaneously.

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