Feelings can refer to:
- Feelings, the plural of feeling
- "Feelings" (song), a 1975 song by Loulou Gaste, made famous by Morris Albert
- Feelings (Ferrante & Teicher album), 1977
- Feelings (David Byrne album), 1997
- Feelings (book), a 1975 collection of writings by Evan X Hyde
- Feelings (film), a 1974 British film directed by Gerry O'Hara
Other articles related to "feeling, feelings":
... Feeling is the nominalization of the verb to feel ... other than the physical sensation of touch, such as "a feeling of warmth" ... are philosophical approaches that provide some basis for knowledge of feelings ...
... As the story develops she is seen to grow feelings toward Kyohei, eventually professing her love to him in the final episode ... was strictly used for the aim of charging the Dynamo, Kyohei rediscovers the feelings he once held for her ... Acknowledging these feelings, he proceeds to profess them to her in the final episode ...
... and experience at the same time) a full range of own and others' feelings or experiences (including subtle variations in feelings) ... Can reflect on multiple relationships between feelings and experiences, across the full range of age-expected experiences in the context of new challenges ... Can reflect on feelings or experiences of self and others both in the present and with reference to a longer-term view of a sense of self, values, and goals for some age-expected ...
... we weren't really communicating or really expressing anything, and we weren't really feeling anything ... to write a song and I realized that I didn't have anything to say at all, and I didn't have any feelings about anything - good feelings or bad feelings ... about something a couple of days later and it came out of that that we were all feeling this sense of numbness, this feeling of kinda fading away as ...
Famous quotes containing the word feelings:
“The more I read and the more I talked to other parents of children with disabilities and normal children, the more I found that feelings and emotions about children are very much the same in all families. The accident of illness or disability serves only to intensify feelings and emotions, not to change them.”
—Judith Weatherly (20th century)
“Peoples feelings turn cool and warm; the ways of the world run hot and cold.”
“Those feelings of envy are familiar to many of us. We see our children accomplishing things that weve always been afraid to try, or we give them opportunities that we never had, and we find ourselves feeling jealousy mixed with our pride, or we feel resentful when they take it all for granted.”
—Ruth Davidson Bell (20th century)