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Negative emotions


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Research on negative emotions.

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Negative emotions

  1. 1. Negative emotions
  2. 2. Question # 1 What are examples of negative emotions?
  3. 3. Anger
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  5. 5. Emotions related to feeling angry.
  6. 6. Sadness
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  8. 8. Emotions related to feeling sad.
  9. 9. Fear
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  11. 11. Fear sometimes appears in disguise, for example as procrastination, perfection, shutting down, unassertiveness or excuses. Fear speaks only one word: No. Examples: No, i will just screw it up. No, I don't know anyone there. No, that will look awful on me. No, I will wait a little. No, I prefer to avoid that, it looks like trouble. Location 2200.
  12. 12. Emotions related to feeling anxious.
  13. 13. Disgust
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  15. 15. Feeling hurt
  16. 16. Emotions related to feeling hurt.
  17. 17. Location 100 – 250. When we feel hurt, why is it important to communicate what we feel - thereby showing vulnerability? Answers:  Vulnerability is the birthplace of love, trust, joy, and creativity.  Vulnerability is our greatest measure of courage.  Vulnerability is strength.
  18. 18. Shame
  19. 19. Emotions related to feeling embarrased.
  20. 20. Shame thrives on secrecy, silence, perfectionism, and judgment. If you share your experience of shame with someone, who responds with empathy, shame will die. Shame cannot survive being spoken.
  21. 21. Question # 2 Why are negative emotions bad for us?
  22. 22. Negative emotions such as group anger, sadness, and fear usually lead to negative outcomes - including poor performance and high turnover.
  23. 23. Emotions such as anger, anxiety, and sadness have the potential to distract students’ learning efforts by interfering with their ability to attend to the tasks at hand.
  24. 24. Fearful, unattractive, unfamiliar faces trigger an avoid response.
  25. 25. 1. Fear If I don't make a decision now, I will lose. 2. Shame If I don't make a decision now, I will look stupid. 3. Pride If I make a decision now, I will look smart. 4. Greed If I make a decision now, I will be rewarded. 5. Envy If I don't make a decision now, my competition will win. Negative emotions such as fear and shame can lead to wrong decisions.