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Understanding emotions with feeling words

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A child’s feelings like our own are their feedback mechanism that helps them to have emotional awareness.  Understand feelings is a major step to connecting to our needs and wants which is key to leading happier more fulfilling lives. Help your child (at their level) to build their emotional bank account by becoming familiar with these common feeling words and talking about them in everyday conversations.

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           Fear            

    Unhappy      

       Happy        

      Angry           

Uneasy

Lonely

Pride

Annoyed

Worried

Unwanted

Happiness

Bitter

Trapped

Weak

Calm

Cross

Shy

Worthless

Grateful

Livid

Timid

Rejected

Hope

Revengeful

Anxiety

Lost

Peace

Judgmental

Suspicious

Hurt

Joy

Rage

Restless

Disappointed

Love

Impatient

Shock

Despair

Playful

Humiliated

Suspicious

Depressed

Satisfied

Judgemental

Nervous

Discouraged

Delighted

Disgusted

Obsessed

Empty

Compassion

Snappy

Insecure

Grief

Generous

Resentment

Guilt

Lost

Powerful

Furious

Jealous

Hopeless

Enthusiastic

Agitated

Indecision

Regret

Excited

Completive

Angst

Rejected

Bliss

Exasperated

Panic

Sorrow

Inspired

Frustrated

Overwhelm

Shame

Forgiving

Contempt

Frantic

Remorse

Devoted

Defensive

Hesitant

Unimportant

Confident

Distain

Desperate

Sad

Empathy

Bad-tempered

Embarrassed

Abandoned

Satisfied

Grumpy

Have you asked your child how they feel today?

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