Tag Archives: EMOTIONS

Where’s the love?

  In early 1980s, Robert Plutchik, an M.D., psychologist, and researcher, defined eight core emotions that everyone experiences. He grouped them into four pairs of polar opposites— joy-sadness, anger-fear, trust-distrust, surprise-anticipation. In the 90’s, Paul Ekman, another psychologist specializing in … Continue reading

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Where Emotions May Drive Us

Paula’s Mini-Cooper with her dog riding shotgun On August 1, 2019, Paula, a yoga teacher, was driving home to West Palm Beach from Fort Lauderdale, where she worked as an outreach coordinator for a drug treatment center. She was in … Continue reading

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Inner Turmoil

Another one from Joyce Evans, and quite dramatic. I always hated knives because I’ve seen too much blood shed from them: a childhood flashback of my mother accidentally cutting my father, and of my brother’s many near-fatal knife attacks. One … Continue reading

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