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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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UPDATED NEW QUOTE BY ULDIS SPROGIS 440!!!

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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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THE TRUTH ABOUT RETICENT+

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Reticent: adj. not revealing one’s thoughts and/or feelings readily

A reticent individual does not reveal their thoughts and/or feelings readily either because they are being cautious and defensive or they are basically introverted or shy and don’t want others to know their personal attitudes and mental lives that well.

Reticent individuals sometimes have many controversial opinions and/or feelings and prefer secrecy over public disclosure of their true thoughts and/or feelings.

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THE TRUTH ABOUT UNREASONABLE*

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Unreasonable: adj. not achieving an accurate and righta (conclusion(s) and/or judgment(s)) and/or inference(s) from a (fact(s) and/or hypothesis(s)) and/or (opinion(s) and/or belief(s)) and/or sensing

If something is not accurate and right then the conclusion, judgement, inference, hypothesis, opinion, feeling, or belief may seem and actually may be unreasonable.

An unreasonable anxiety or fear is merely a fear of something which normal humans would not be afraid of. Unreasonable feelings are also possible where you might unreasonably love someone despite the fact that they treat you like shit and disrespect you.

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THE TRUTH ABOUT VICARIOUSNESS+

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Vicariousness: n. mentally empathizing with another(s) sensing and/or actions

 

Have you ever had a vicarious thrill watching someone do something and empathizing with that human’s emotion and/or activity and saying to yourself-“I know what that feels like” or “I have done that very same thing myself and know what it is like when I do it”.

 

You are in effect reliving someone else’s experience mentally in your own mind. That is what a vicarious experience is.

An empathizing thrill and a vicarious thrill are really one and the same thing so there is some doubt in my mind that vicarious should exist as a word and should be replaced with empathizing instead.

 

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THE TRUTH ABOUT STOICISM+

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Stoicism: n. enduring pain and suffering and hardship without complaining and showing minimal emotion

When there is hardship, suffering, and even pain most of us get emotionally upset and feel that we have a right to complain about it. If you minimally complain and don’t get emotionally upset then you are said to have a stoical attitude or you are a stoic.

“Be a man and roll with the punches” is historically a call to male stoicism or putting up with much crap without complaining or getting overly emotional about it.

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13 THINGS HUMANS SHOULD STOP DOING TO EACH OTHER!!!

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Tell about the promiscuity of a male or female to family and close friends but don’t advertise it to everyone that you come into contact with. Let the promiscuous humans self-destruct socially on their own in the long duration without your help.

Try to avoid comments about human bodies as being either too fat or too skinny or even ugly which is branded on recipient human memory and hurts.

Unverified comments about weight gain or loss should be omitted unless the difference in weight is substantial and about 25 pounds or 13 kilograms. “You look like you lost some weight” will not make anyone feel better if they haven’t lost it.

Don’t go after another’s significant other unless they are a great catch and worth the decrease in your reputation. Such behavior is frequently not worth the social humiliation for being a stealer of affection.

Don’t be jealous of another human’s accomplishments but compliment or celebrate accomplishments because they probably worked hard for them.

Don’t exaggerate compliments and then offer improvements to make something better. “Your perfume or cologne smells great but I wouldn’t use so much.”

Don’t commit adultery if you are basically satisfied with the marriage or know that you can successfully improve it to your liking. Divorce with offspring involved is expensive and unless you are miserable and terribly unhappy it is not worth the expense.

Don’t spread rumors because you will hurt your own reputation if they turn out to be untrue.

Don’t avoid conversations with humans whom you have conflicts with but confront them head on like and adult. Don’t only advertise the conflict to others behind the back of the one you have conflicts with or you will be guilty of a form of backstabbing.

Don’t constantly compare yourself to someone else in body looks or possessions because you will usually be disappointed and fail in the look alike and behave alike personal contest.

Don’t pretend with other humans in their presence because you don’t want to be labeled a phony. Avoid associating with humans if you don’t like them instead of telling others how terrible they are.

Don’t resent each other’s significant other for taking time away from your friendship because the hate will decrease the bond of trust which you have.

Don’t harshly criticize another’s decisions just to feel more confident in your own.

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THE TRUTH ABOUT NAIVETE***

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Naivete: n. a relatively small quantity of real experience and/or knowledge with innocent simplicity and/or honesty which makes one seem foolish

Offspring can be considered to be naïve because they lack worldly experience and are frequently very honest and don’t hide their feelings and opinions the way that many adults do.

A naïve adult is really one who has been largely isolated from society and still reacts with honest spontaneity which seems foolish to a hardened adult who has been taught to be deceptive under many social circumstances to avoid social embarrassment.

A naïve adult will frequently criticize a bad gift, tell you honestly that your perfume stinks, say your excess jewelry is gaudy, say they don’t like your pretentious spouse, say that your offspring are brats if they misbehave, and say that you are fat if you are overweight. Naïve adults frequently don’t understand that we all have our egos and don’t want them to be hurt. Many naïve adults are more trusting then they should be in a world filled with social  and economic predators.

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THE TRUTH ABOUT ANTICIPATION

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Anticipation: n. predicting a subset(s) and frequently sensing impatience and/or eagerness if it is a good subset(s) and/or (sensing anxiety and/or fear if it is a bad subset(s))

 

We have all been anxious, fearful, impatient, or eager waiting for something to exist which we predict will exist.

 

If it is an anticipated good event(s) then we may sense impatience and/or eagerness and sometimes hope that it will exist sooner.

 

On the other hand we may feel anxious and/or fearful if it is a bad event(s) which we are anticipating and may even be hoping that it won’t exist.

 

Finally we may feel anxious, fearful, impatient, and eager if we anticipate both a good and bad event(s) to exist.

 

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THE TRUTH ABOUT BIAS

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Bias: n. a subjective personal favoritism for a subset(s)

We all have a personal way of thinking and doing things which all depends on our individual experiences, beliefs, and opinions and this is called personal bias or subjectivity. Someone from a different culture or background may have many biases which are much different than our own so we should learn to respect those biases and not always try to prove that our biases are the only ones to have.

Most conflicts, arguments, and misunderstandings stem from the fact that humans have different biases which have to be dealt with in a sometimes diplomatic way and not through an outright assault on emotionally deeply felt biases. A challenge to deeply held biases will be met with sometimes ferocious defensive actions and you should learn to communicate in a way which will not inflame those biases which sometimes may also be called prejudices.

Biases not grounded in many facts but emotionally deeply felt are the hardest to deal with because reason, logic, and relevant facts will frequently not be convincing enough to change those biases. The media, politics in general, religion, and sports is frequently not something which you can talk logically about because they are strongly held emotional beliefs frequently not based on many facts and subject to very little change.

If a human has very many biases different than your own then the probability that you can have a successful intimate relationship with that human are very slim. If you have a relationship it will probably be a very tempestuous and rather unsatisfactory one.

A scientific bias is preferable to a non scientific one but you have to be careful about statistics which can lead to inaccurate conclusions because there is no one to one correspondence with frequently vaguely defined variables. The scientific method is not very useful in human affairs because empathy, anger, frustration, revenge, poverty, discrimination, love, hate, etc is poorly defined and does not lend itself to manipulation with mathematical formulas. You can’t prove morality mathematically and test it in a laboratory.

Science will never prove the necessity for a secular moral code or morality for humans so that they can peacefully interact with one another in society. A moral code for young impressionable minds is necessary so that humans react impulsively in life situations and don’t always have to be asking -is what I am about to do right or wrong?

The questioning scientific approach to situation ethics is dysfunctional because it is so relative and almost any situation can be justified under certain circumstances. The end frequently justifies the means and this is a morally corrupt way of running the world of human affairs.

Except in emergency situations it should be immoral to destroy biodiversity, lie, be inefficient, steal, be adulterous if married, and murder. Prove that mathematically and scientifically in a lab. You can’t!!!!!! But you can try to get a consensus in society that a secular moral code is a good thing to teach young impressionable minds.

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HOW TO HANDLE FEELINGS AND EMOTIONS

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Challenge a firmly held opinion or belief or aggressively criticize another human and angry emotions will almost always appear. Trying to convince one that you are right and that they are wrong takes much skillful conversation when it is only a mistake and it is mission impossible if it is a strong belief.

Probe gently for someone’s mindset before you arrogantly proceed to voice your strong opinion or belief. Some subjects such as politics, religion, and sports infrequently lead to logical discussions but can quickly escalate into emotional confrontations instead. Avoid sensitive subjects unless they become serious important problems in your life.

If you are not sure about how a human feels about a sensitive subject but want to know then gently ask “How do you feel about ______? If you greatly disagree with the feeling then just say OK and don’t pursue the subject any further.

No matter how cool we try to be we can get upset sometimes. Yelling, ranting, and throwing a tantrum will just cause bad emotions in other humans and won’t make you feel any better after showing your emotions. The best action is to slow down and breathe deeply and try to do more thinking when you feel that you have emotionally upset someone. Remember no one is stress free and everybody has to deal with their own stress as effectively as possible. Try to be the calmer one in any emotional flareup and your words will usually be more respected and not as offensive.

There are many ways to make someone feel uncomfortable and this is frequently done in emotionally misleading and accidental behaviors. One can cause discomfort by asking one to do something that they don’t want to do. Discomfort is also caused by doing something which one finds upsetting. If you insist on discussing a topic that humans don’t want to discuss this effectively makes someone very uncomfortable.

It is almost impossible to decrease irrational anger. When humans get angry for irrational reasons calmly and respectfully listen to their grievance but remember that it will not be easy because intense irrational anger will make you want to respond as angrily. Don’t try to reason with them because they are in no mood to be rational. Don’t offer an insincere apology but try to find some action of yours which made them angry in the first place which you do regret and apologize for that.

Be careful when you joke about something because even the best jokes may be taken seriously which becomes painful and awkward. If you insist on humor in your conversation then build on the joke and make it more extreme until it is obvious that you must be joking. If your attempt at humor fails then admit that you are joking before the circumstance gets worse. Many people don’t get jokes so rarely joke or better yet don’t joke if you want a conversation to proceed smoothly and logically.

Jokes frequently destroy the boundary between logic and nonsense and some push a joke too much. A courtesy laugh will only motivate the joker to push more so avoid an untrue laugh. Express confusion and communicate in your own words what the joke meant to you and that you honestly tried to understand it. They may analyze the joke and you will feel that it was somewhat funny or it may reveal how their brain works humorously. Jokes frequently make fun out of human frailty and errors so it is best to ignore a joke that you don’t understand or disagree with.

Don’t joke at the opposite sex.  There are differences between men and women but making fun of one gender is a communication that somehow your gender is superior to the other gender and this is nonsense which is overly prejudicial and biased. Most women are more emotional and social and talkative and caring than most men but that should be no reason to make fun of them since nature programmed them to be different for the benefit of the offspring. It takes a good man and a good woman(s) to raise offspring in a balanced and healthy way as nature programmed.

Never hide an insult and pretend a compliment because no one likes to be deceived.

Though most of us probably feel that we are above feelings of jealousy, occasionally we may experience them. If this exists then try to convince yourself that the object of your jealousy is not as desirable as it seems. Instead focus on how lucky you are and on the things which are right with your life. Jealousy is primarily experienced by the economically poor in this society which puts so much importance  on the possession of many material possessions.

Jealousy of attractive humans is rampant in a society which puts more value upon beauty than on health and smarts and is the reason why so many are obsessed irrationally with their looks.

Frequently you must reveal a personally shocking truth to someone who is not ready for the truth so their minds must be carefully prepared to hear it. Don’t hit them with the complete truth at once but try to present it in smaller and slightly less shocking chunks. Evidence in small chunks and then the complete evidence will make a mind naturally rebel from that much truth but it is necessary that you maintain your honest reputation despite shock to the listener. A person will reflect upon the confrontation later and continue to respect you for being honest and your good reputation in their subjective biased minds will be maintained.

Being honest, sincere, and reliable will ensure that a strong bond continues in a relationship even after many arguments which should decrease in quantity as time passes if you continue to maintain a trustworthy relationship despite the arguments.

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10 EMOTIONAL SKILLS NEEDED TO HELP YOU BECOME A GOOD COMMUNICATOR!!!!!!

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Can you maintain a trusting bond after arguing and hurting feelings?

Call someone stupid, an ass hole, crazy, nuts, or a profanity such as motherf**ker or bitch. After such a careless outburst can you properly apologize and retain a trusting bond or do you get lasting resentment and wanting revenge for hurt feelings which weakens a trusting caring relationship.

 

Do you get violent and/or cruel during an argument and/or after it?

Abuse is frequently verbal but it can also be physical. If you plan to have offspring then it is definitely not a good idea to have a violently abusive spouse.

 

Are you emotionally addicted to impulsive irrational spending or shopping?

Getting emotionally high on impulsive spending is something you should definitely try to control or correct before making a marital commitment. Bad money management is the leading cause of divorce.

 

Do you persist beyond frustration?

There are plenty of frustrations in family life and on the job and persistence is frequently what you need to overcome the problem. Can you continue to pursue a frustrating goal despite much failure or are you one who easily gives up and accepts permanent failure rather quickly? Having no courage to overcome important frustrations is a great handicap in a relationship.

 

Are you willing to courageously discuss difficult problems or do you ignore or try to avoid them?

Difficult problems are very emotionally stressing and if you are the type who tries to always avoid or ignore them with silence then the relationship will not endure and the problems may even get worse with delay.

 

Do you have the patience to wait or delay impulsive gratification or are you one who needs to act on an impulse immediately?

Impulsively buy a cheap product now or wait until you can afford a quality product later by saving up. Impulsively eat a snack right away or wait for the main meal to eat. These are two examples which require waiting or delaying gratification which has a greater reward with patience and waiting. Excessive credit card debt is an example of not delaying gratification enough and frequently bordering on imminent bankruptcy as a bad end result.

 

Are you emotionally too defensive when confronted with a mistake?

Some emotional egos are so large that those humans will almost never admit to a mistake and even lie with implausible excuses to avoid blame. Being easily offended by blame leads to many undesirable arguments and bad feelings.

 

Can’t detect or identify low intensity emotions such as anxiety, affection, sadness, loneliness, sincerity, and liking?

Failure to note low intensity emotions means that one may fail to communicate emotional support for emotional hardship. You may not be able to verbalize empathy with minor failures or bad events which personally affect a human and need to be noticed or acknowledged frequently with emotional support. Most men are currently very bad at identifying low intensity emotions and disappoint women frequently by not picking up subtle emotional cues.

 

Do you give praise or emotional support for successes in someone’s life?

Financial support for worthwhile important goals is essential but you should should be able to also praise and give emotional support when one achieves those desirable important goals in life.

 

Do you know how to regain optimism by interacting with good friends or activities which increase your morale when needed?

Ultimately happiness is something which you are personally responsible for and if you are unhappy then you should have enough self-motivation to get yourself back into an optimistic happy mood if it has been temporarily decreased by a bad personal event or personal failure.

 

 

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