What is Feeling

What is a Feeling? is the 13th title in Etan Boritzer’s best selling children’s book series on character education and difficult topics.

What is Feeling

Author: Etan Boritzer

Publisher: Veronica Lane Books

ISBN: 1625174543

Page: 40

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What is a Feeling? is the 13th title in Etan Boritzer’s best selling children’s book series on character education and difficult topics. What is a Feeling? examines how we can understand feelings and where they come from, while at the same time learning the best ways to express our feelings without hurting ourselves and others. The importance of emotional awareness and intelligence is stressed so that children have guides for allowing safe and creative expression of their feelings.

What is a Feeling

Discusses what emotions are like, the different ways people can feel, how to tell what other people are feeling, and the circumstances that cause different emotions

What is a Feeling

Author: David W. Krueger

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780943990767

Page: 28

View: 835

Discusses what emotions are like, the different ways people can feel, how to tell what other people are feeling, and the circumstances that cause different emotions

Fun is a Feeling

A child discovers that the joy of life comes from within and that attitude is all-important.

Fun is a Feeling

Author: Chara M. Curtis

Publisher: Illumination Arts Pub. Co.

ISBN: 9780935699135

Page: 32

View: 560

A child discovers that the joy of life comes from within and that attitude is all-important.

The Psychology of Emotions Feelings and Thoughts

This book is online for free at cnx.org/content/col10729 - This book makes the statement that thought, action and feeling can occur in any order, it also puts forth the idea that life is divided into three groups, emotion, thinking, and ...

The Psychology of Emotions  Feelings and Thoughts

Author: Mark Pettinelli

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 0615185738

Page: 120

View: 373

This book is online for free at cnx.org/content/col10729 - This book makes the statement that thought, action and feeling can occur in any order, it also puts forth the idea that life is divided into three groups, emotion, thinking, and feeling. These three groups make humans feel in certain ways, thinking, physical stimulus, and emotion all contribute to feeling. But what is the difference between a thought, an emotion, and a feeling? Is there an overlap between the three? Probably, since any emotion can be broken down into the sensations and real events that caused it, and these events all lead to emotions, feelings and thoughts. So emotions, feelings and thoughts all might have the same source, they are just expressed differently in the mind. Where do your emotions, feelings and thoughts rate on a scale of clarity? Where do they rate on a scale of focus and attention? How does understanding the psychology of ones emotions, feelings and thoughts lead to a long term increased consciousness?

I ve Got a Feeling

I ve Got a Feeling

Author: Stephanie Owen Reeder

Publisher: National Library Australia

ISBN: 0642276978

Page: 32

View: 502

Short poems and partially covered faces invite you to guess the emotion and lift the flap to find out if you are right. Suggested level: junior.

Being Me Being You

That we have feelings on behalf of others and not just for ourselves has been
remarked upon since ancient times. ... “If men suddenly see a child about to fall
into a well,” he said, “they will without exception experience a feeling of alarm
and ...

Being Me Being You

Author: Samuel Fleischacker

Publisher:

ISBN: 022666189X

Page: 248

View: 547

Modern notions of empathy often celebrate its ability to bridge divides, to unite humankind. But how do we square this with the popular view that we can never truly comprehend the experience of being someone else? In this book, Samuel Fleischacker delves into the work of Adam Smith to draw out an understanding of empathy that respects both personal difference and shared humanity. After laying out a range of meanings for the concept of empathy, Fleischacker proposes that what Smith called "sympathy" is very much what we today consider empathy. Smith's version has remarkable value, as his empathy calls for entering into the perspective of another--a uniquely human feat that connects people while still allowing them to define their own distinctive standpoints. After discussing Smith's views in relation to more recent empirical and philosophical studies, Fleischacker shows how turning back to Smith promises to enrich, clarify, and advance our current debates about the meaning and uses of empathy.

What a Feeling The ABCs for Emotions

From Ariel the Angry Alligator to Zack the Zealously Organized Zebra, this book will lay the foundation for comprehending some of the most common, yet confusing, and overwhelming feelings that we all experience.

What a Feeling  The ABCs for Emotions

Author: Stephanie A Kaufman

Publisher:

ISBN: 9781734001563

Page: 64

View: 485

Let's discover and explore a wide range of emotions together! Our feelings can be really hard to understand, and even harder to explain. Every day children are experiencing new emotions and often do not know how to describe them. Feelings seem to just happen to them, and it can be very scary and hard to control. From Ariel the Angry Alligator to Zack the Zealously Organized Zebra, this book will lay the foundation for comprehending some of the most common, yet confusing, and overwhelming feelings that we all experience. Through fun and relatable examples, our animal friends will tell us what is happening in their minds and bodies when feelings take over. Now available in a Coloring Book format!

Oh what a Feeling

Explores the past twenty-five years of Canadian popular music, examining the contributions of Canadian musicians and profiling such artists as Neil Young, Shania Twain, Bryan Adams, and Glen Gould

Oh what a Feeling

Author: Martin Melhuish

Publisher: Kingston, Ont. : Quarry Press

ISBN: 9781550821642

Page: 207

View: 462

Explores the past twenty-five years of Canadian popular music, examining the contributions of Canadian musicians and profiling such artists as Neil Young, Shania Twain, Bryan Adams, and Glen Gould

The Open Court

It is a feeling of a peculiar kind indicating the presence of a correspondent
irritation as its cause. Hardness or a feeling of forcible resistance indicates that
our touch is confronted with a strongly cohesive body. A color-sensation reveals
to us ...

The Open Court

Author: Paul Carus

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On the Study of Character

Its participation is necessary to the feeling of sex , and in the instances of its
being highly developed , that feeling is very intense , and occupies a large place
in the thoughts and pursuits ' The individual becomes distinguished from his
fellows ...

On the Study of Character

Author: A. Bain

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The Child and the Book a Manual of Method for Sunday School Teachers and Other Religious Instructors Second Thousand

These and similar texts will furnish the teacher with abundance of matter out of
which to construct his lessons , to regulate by his instruction this feeling ; so that ,
if needs be , a young man will be ready to leave the scene of his childhood and
go ...

The Child and the Book  a Manual of Method  for Sunday School Teachers and Other Religious Instructors      Second Thousand

Author: Robert DUNNING (and HASSELL (Joseph))

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Sermons preached at the Church of St Paul the Apostle New York during 1865 and 1866 By F A Baker and others

It is a hatred of these things , and a feeling that we deserve punishment for them .
Such a feeling is very natural to man . Even men who are living sinful lives , and
who have no serious idea of reform , feel sometimes touches of it . The fire of ...

Sermons preached at the Church of St  Paul the Apostle  New York  during     1865 and 1866   By F  A  Baker and others

Author: Churches, Institutions, Orders, etc. (PAUL, Saint and Apostle). Church of, New-York

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A Feeling Intellect and a Thinking Heart

This book addresses issues of philosophy and religion from a non Western as well as a Western perspective. It argues that mind and emotion are both necessary, namely and a feeling intellect and a thinking heat.

A Feeling Intellect and a Thinking Heart

Author: Dane R. Gordon

Publisher: University Press of America

ISBN: 9780761823728

Page: 232

View: 582

This book addresses issues of philosophy and religion from a non Western as well as a Western perspective. It argues that mind and emotion are both necessary, namely and a feeling intellect and a thinking heat.

The Feeling of what Happens

There have been many ambitious and important books on the problem of consciousness in the past few years.

The Feeling of what Happens

Author: Antonio R. Damasio

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 0099288761

Page: 386

View: 334

There have been many ambitious and important books on the problem of consciousness in the past few years. None has quite the philosophical sophistication and neurophysical knowledge of this one. One of the world's leading experts on the neurophysiology of emotion, professor Damasio shows how our consciousness developed out of the development of emotion brilliantly wide ranging, with fascinating case-studies, the book presents a humane and subtle view of the facility that makes us most profoundly human.

The Nation

To have a feeling ( a sensation , or the copy of one ) , and to know JAMES MILL'S
" Analysis of the Human Mind ” has long been known that we have it , and what
its characters are ; or to have two feelings , and as one of the most original and ...

The Nation

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Personality and Democratic Politics

Consequently, persons who lack self-esteem are often afflicted by feelings of
isolation and loneliness. As Table 3:8 ... Beyond a feeling of detachment, persons
with low self-esteem may experience a sharp sense of dislocation. They tend to ...

Personality and Democratic Politics

Author: Paul M. Sniderman

Publisher: University of California Press

ISBN: 0520303849

Page: 380

View: 223

How does a personality characteristic such as self-esteem become translated into political convictions? How do individual differences in self-esteem affect who becomes a politcal activist and a political leader? These are among the major questions addressed in this study, the first of its kind to be based on large-scale samples of both political laders and ordinary citizens. Drawing on the voluminous research of social psychologists on self-esteem and integrating the dynamic theories of Freud and his followers with the functional and social learning approaches, Professor Sniderman advances new theories to account for the complex connections between personality, political beliefs, and political leadership. In 1972, the American Political Science Association gave Professor Sniderman's original work in this field, on which this book is based, the E. E. Schattschneider Award for the best doctoral dissertation in the field of American government and politics. This title is part of UC Press's Voices Revived program, which commemorates University of California Press’s mission to seek out and cultivate the brightest minds and give them voice, reach, and impact. Drawing on a backlist dating to 1893, Voices Revived makes high-quality, peer-reviewed scholarship accessible once again using print-on-demand technology. This title was originally published in 1975.

The Navigation of Feeling

Offers a theory that explains the impact of emotions on historical change.

The Navigation of Feeling

Author: William M Reddy

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9780521004725

Page: 380

View: 438

Offers a theory that explains the impact of emotions on historical change.

The Psychology of Feeling Sorry

This book will be of interest not only to those with religious beliefs, but to psychologists, psychotherapists, students, and anyone with an interest in the intersection of psychology, psychotherapy, and theology.

The Psychology of Feeling Sorry

Author: Peter Randall

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 0415600464

Page: 278

View: 536

Can feeling genuinely sorry enable an important healing experience? Can relieving the weight of guilt restore a general sense of self-worth? Can an individual's dawning awareness give birth to feelings of remorse; perhaps even to acts of repentance? The concepts of betrayal, vengeance and forgiveness have long been a major part of religious doctrine throughout the world. However, only in recent times has the impact of these emotions become of interest to those involved in psychological study. In The Psychology of Feeling Sorry, Peter Randall links contemporary psychological research with religious teachings and doctrine that have provided spiritual guidance for hundreds of years. Illustrated with explanatory narratives, Randall fuses religious precepts with psychological theory concerning one of the least understood but most common of human emotions; feeling bad about one's 'sins'. Using an eclectic approach Randall explores how much of what is believed within the domain of faith is now supported by modern psychological research. This book will be of interest not only to those with religious beliefs, but to psychologists, psychotherapists, students, and anyone with an interest in the intersection of psychology, psychotherapy, and theology.

Feeling Hurt in Close Relationships

This collection integrates the various issues addressed by researchers, theorists, and practitioners who study the causes of hurt feelings, the interpersonal events associated with hurt, and the ways people respond to hurting and being hurt ...

Feeling Hurt in Close Relationships

Author: Anita L. Vangelisti

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 1139480723

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Feeling Hurt in Close Relationships presents a synthesis of cutting-edge research and theory on hurt. Being hurt is an inevitable part of close relationships. What varies from relationship to relationship is not whether partners hurt each other, but how their relationship is affected by hurtful episodes. Given the potential influence of hurt feelings on people's interpersonal relationships, it is not surprising that scholars have begun to study the antecedents, processes, and outcomes associated with hurt. This collection integrates the various issues addressed by researchers, theorists, and practitioners who study the causes of hurt feelings, the interpersonal events associated with hurt, and the ways people respond to hurting and being hurt by others. To capture the breadth and depth of the literature in this area, the work of scholars from a variety of disciplines – including social psychology, communication, sociology, and family studies – is highlighted.