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Understanding emotions worksheet for adults
On this page, we will provide you with an Understanding emotions worksheet for adults which will help you better understand your emotions.
What is an Understanding emotions worksheet for adults?
Human beings often struggle so hard to identify their emotions and feelings. Emotions are so interlinked that we usually tend to get confused with so much intensity and variations. The worksheet will help you understand your true feelings and hidden emotions by teaching yu the concept of an emotional iceberg. An emotional Iceberg is a metaphor used to describe deep underlying emotion, Often we don't express our real feelings, we hide our pain, sorrows, and misery in our laughter and smiles. We react to things but fail to show what we are feeling inside. An emotional iceberg sheet will let you think about your emotions deeply.
How an Understanding emotions worksheet for adults will help?
By using the metaphor, the worksheet will help you to explore your inner feelings and emotions. It will help you to understand yourself and your emotions more deeply. It will help you to understand which emotion represents your true feelings. Emotions are complicated, intermixed, and every emotion varies in intensity and duration. How one feeling leads to another, and then a series of emotions are experienced by you. This worksheet will help you to understand the interplay of different emotions.
Instructions on how to use the Understanding emotions worksheet for adults
There will be questions related to your emotions. Answer them carefully.
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