I will say that it's true that we're not always aware of our emotions. A lot of the time, I'm not feeling much emotion at all, and other times, I feel a giant ball of tangled emotions that I can't identify. That's when I have to sort it all out and figure out what exactly is jamming up the machinery.
Now, see - that's me as well to a very large extent. But what I mean is that when I actually DO get to the spanner in the works (usually requiring professional help), it turns out invariably to BE unacknowledged anger! So I've been getting better at acknowledging it...
But yeah, anyway my Ti ain't working today, so I'm gonna STFU in this thread, I think... Ne's taking me prisoner!
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"When it all comes down to dust
I will kill you if I must
I will help you if I can" - Leonard Cohen
I think most all types are capable of not outwardly expressing anger for one of several reasons.
1) They don't recognize it.
2) They don't know what to do with it.
3) They place a negative value judgement on it.
"No ray of sunshine is ever lost, but the green which it awakes into existence needs time to sprout, and it is not always granted to the sower to see the harvest. All work that is worth anything is done in faith." - Albert Schweitzer
Hmm. I'm attracted to sad things definitely. I never thought it said much about my character though. I get pretty angry sometimes but if I try to express my anger I just end up a sputtering idiot so I usually fume over it alone.
Oh yes, I was just telling someone yesterday how much I looove sad things.
I think it makes me feel more connected to life, more alive to experience sadness.
But I like it in the same way that I like rollercoasters. You feel that fear when you are riding, but in reality, you know that you are pretty much safe and you can walk away unscathed. But the rush that comes from that intense emotion is amazing.
That's why I listen to sad songs and my favorite movies tend to be drama/tragedy.
Thought I was the only one. Thanks forum for dispelling that thought.