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Evaluate the categories of feelings and then your levels of intensity of feelings to figure out where you're at.-

Levels of Intensity   

Categories of Feelings

       
 Happy  Sad  Angry  Scared  Confused  Strong  Weak

High

           
Satisfied  Hurt  Superior  Fearful  Bewildered  Potent  Over-
whelmed
 Elated  Hopeless  Furious  Panicky  Trapped  Super  Impotent
Overjoyed  Sorrowful  Seething  Afraid  Troubled  Powerful  Small
Proud Depressed  Enraged Distraught  Torn/Split Trusting  Useless
"Together"  Rejected  Victimized Miserable  Disorganized Competent  Incapable
Complete Unwanted Drained Frightened  Mixed-up   Energetic  Insecure
Free/Joy   Grief  Jealous Threatened  Foggy   Confident  Inferior

Medium

                   

Cheerful

Ashamed Remorseful Insecure Disoriented Capable Defensive
Up   Upset   Annoyed   Uneasy   Uncertain   Attracted   Shaky
Good   Distressed Frustrated   Very strained Divided   Sure   Unsure
Hopeful   Down   Agitated   Shy   Don't know
where
Secure   Soft
Peaceful   Defeated   Tense   Timid   to stand Durable   Shy
Loving   Beaten   Strained   Unsure   Bothered   Safe    

Low

                     
Glad   Lonely   "Fed Up"   Nervous   Uncomfortable      
Content   Sorry   Uptight   Strained   Undecided        
Satisfied   Lost   Dismayed   Reluctant   Tired        
Positive   Bad   Put Out                
Relief
(relieved)
Guilty   Nervous                
Warm inside Embarrassed- Inconvenienced             
Feel safe   Disappointed Tired of                
Feel secure Inferior   Put upon                
Accepted   Repulsed   Repulsed                
Affectionate Remorse   Competitive             
A sense of
belonging
    Frightened                
Respected       Defensive                
        Aggressive                
        Suspicious                

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