The conclusion that I’m making is that it is scientifically proven that the human mind has a way of picking up on the slightest hint of an emotion. This is because of the fact that we are able to recognize the feeling of excitement in a movie that is played in front of us. The movie is a great example of this as the entire audience is on the edge of their seat as the words “Wah, Wah!” appear.
The “slightest hint” aspect of this phenomenon is called “emotional contagion.” It’s actually more of a behavioral than a psychological phenomenon. Emotional contagion is a way of being able to pick up on emotion in others without them necessarily being aware of it. This is an example of the mind reading mechanism. So if someone is excited about something someone else is excited about, that’s an instance of emotional contagion.
It’s sort of like a reverse “fear contagion”. If someone is “fearful” of something, than that’s an instance of emotional contagion. But there are also other cases of “emotional contagion” that you’re not aware of, where you’re just reacting to the other person’s emotion.
This is one example of where you can see how emotions work. If youre sad, that makes you feel sad. But if youre excited about something, that makes you feel excited. If youre angry, thats an emotion. But if youre happy, that makes you feel happy. You can see how emotions can transfer from the person who is feeling it to the person who is thinking about it.
But this is the case with the emotions of anger, joy, pain, and sadness. Anger makes you feel angry. Joy makes you feel happy. Pain makes you feel sad. Sadness makes you feel sad. These emotions transfer from person to person. We have seen emotional contagion before, but its a different kind of contagion.
Emotions transfer in a very specific way, but its not just a matter of people feeling what they feel. Other people can feel the same emotions you do. So you can have a group of friends that are always watching each other’s back, while one of them has anger problems. They can feel the same emotion you feel. You can feel sadness when you see your friend smiling, or you can feel anger when your friend is being a dick.
We’ve seen this before. The person with anger problems feels the same way you feel, and can be like the guy who is always smiling in a group of friends. We’ve also seen this before, but it was in the form of a viral infection. In the case of this scientific conclusion, it’s an actual scientific conclusion, based on actual evidence.
Anger problems. They can feel the same emotion you feel. You can feel sadness when you see your friend smiling, or you can feel anger when your friend is being a dick. Weve seen this before. The person with anger problems feels the same way you feel, and can be like the guy who is always smiling in a group of friends. Weve also seen this before, but it was in the form of a viral infection.
So I’m not surprised that Angst can feel the same emotion as you feel. I’m also not surprised that the person with anger problems also feels sadness when they smile, or anger when they are being a dick. These are emotions that we all feel.
The problem is that this doesn’t mean that they are the same. The emotion you feel when someone is being a dick is a very specific emotion, and that emotion is not the same thing as the emotion you feel when they are being a dick. If we look at these emotions through the lens of “anger”, then the emotion that you feel when someone is being a dick is not the same as the emotion you feel when someone is being a dick.