Negative Emotions

Some articles on negative, emotions, emotion, negative emotions:

Flourishing - Background - History - The Study of Positive Emotions
... Researchers have been interested in mental illnesses and their negative psychological consequences ... Fredrickson, who posited the broaden-and-build theory of positive emotions, has helped to discover the wide variety of positive effects that positive emotions and experiences have on ... Previous theories of emotion stated that all emotions are associated with urges to act in particular ways, called action-tendencies ...
Broaden-and-build - Narrowing
... model focused solely on the broadening of attention through positive emotions ... Negative emotions are generally involved in the narrowing process ... The adverse effects of negative emotions can be counterbalanced and undone by positive emotions ...
Research By Gottman - Types of Parental Meta-emotion Philosophy - Dismissive Philosophy
... Parents with a dismissing meta-emotion philosophy feel as though their child's anger or sadness could be harmful to their child, that their primary ... parents with a dismissing philosophy may be sensitive to their child's emotions and truly want to be helpful, these parents believe that ignoring or denying negative emotions is the best approach to helping ... Parents with a dismissing meta-emotion philosophy are often unable to provide insight into their child's emotions and do not view negative emotions as an opportunity for growth or intimacy ...
List Of Pokémon (320–386) - Shuppet
... are nocturnal entities that feed on feelings of envy, vengeance, malice, and other negative emotions ... They are able to capture negative feelings in the atmosphere by channeling them into its horn ... time, the projected person feels much better as his negative emotions leave him ...

Famous quotes containing the words emotions and/or negative:

    Insults from an adolescent daughter are more painful, because they are seen as coming not from a child who lashes out impulsively, who has moments of intense anger and of negative feelings which are not integrated into that large body of responses, impressions and emotions we call ‘our feelings for someone,’ but instead they are coming from someone who is seen to know what she does.
    Terri Apter (20th century)

    Mothers often are too easily intimidated by their children’s negative reactions...When the child cries or is unhappy, the mother reads this as meaning that she is a failure. This is why it is so important for a mother to know...that the process of growing up involves by definition things that her child is not going to like. Her job is not to create a bed of roses, but to help him learn how to pick his way through the thorns.
    Elaine Heffner (20th century)