- n. Plural form of feeling.
- n. emotional or moral sensitivity (especially in relation to personal principles or dignity)
“What we do not realize in this stage is that these feelings are often associated with earlier childhood-or relationship-hurts we felt with loved ones and we are face to face with the decisions we made at that time to repress and deny our deepest feelings-~ because there was seemingly no-one there for us.”
“What we do not realize in this stage is that these feelings are often associated with earlier childhood hurts we felt with loved ones and we are face to face with the decisions we made at that time to repress and deny our deepest feelings~ because there was seemingly no-one there for us.”
“But that was just it: his example made Christophe understand that the worst falsity in German art came into it not when the artists tried to express something which they had not felt, but rather when they tried to express the feelings which they did in fact feel -- _feelings which were false_.”
“_interested_ feelings, between _objective _feelings and the others that are not _objective_ but simply _subjective_, between feelings of”
“But to really get under the skin of a man if you're a woman or vice versa, to look at the world through their eyes and feel with their feelings is astonishingly hard.”
“The best way to help your child build her social skills and boost her self-regulation which she ultimately needs to manage her own behavior is to stay engaged with her, help her label her feelings, and offer suggestions before crisis hits.”
“There are some girls who ruminate a lot on their feelings is actually one of the big risk factors for depression.”
“The candidate who comes closest to validating your feelings is the person you vote for.”
“But perhaps a time will arrive when we have become so developed, so enlightened, that we can remain indifferent before the spectacle of life, which now seems so brutal, so cynical, so heartless; when we have closed up those lower, unreliable instruments of thought which we call feelings, and which have been rendered not only superfluous but harmful by the final growth of our reflective organs.”
“Is that what you call your feelings?" said Jack Pringle.”
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