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    I don't usually feel much emotion well deep emotion I can never really feel sad, I do feel angry I think anger is the only emotion I allow myself to feel because its the only emotion I don't feel weak feeling. Now my anger rarely lasts I can't hold a grudge because I like to see if I'm benefiting from anything I do/feel (opportunist) so if holding the grudge just holds me back from doing something and doesn't do nothing for me I won't keep it. Plus to me keeping a grudge means that you still care for that person, I prefer living on with my life without spending a thought on a person who has "wronged" me.

    As for falling in love...nope I've never experienced and I don't think I will, I've felt desire, but love is such a subjective term and thinking subjectively and allowing myself to feel subjectively is something I'm not comfortable doing.

    Edit: Oh I also feel fear very often, I'm afraid to die alone and unappreciated, unknown and uncelebrated, I'm afraid of looking weak...ect.
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    Strong emotion? Oddly not so many normal things.

    Anger does exist and is obvious, though it's exceptionally rare; the few times it DOES occur, it's kind of a shock to feel such, but it's also short lived.

    Fear is another one, similar as well.

    In terms of things that give positive emotions, strong ones, uhm... sometimes music, just the right sound causing a powerful rush of purpose and strength... would it be embarassing to admit to crying every single time I see the baby metroid die in super metroid, and the music that plays in time with it? If so I won't admit to that then.

    Uhm... I think the single strongest emotion I'd get would be of a sense of love/pride, when I do something I know I've done well for someone I care about, and that individual understands such and acknowledges it. That can be one of the most blissful feelings ever at times. To have solved a problem, or finish a puzzle, something that SO has been fighting with and not succeeding at, and to be able to be the one to be able to help them in a profound way is a deeply satisfying thing to experience.

    Solving something complex, this is one good thing, doing so for someone important just makes it stronger.

    Not many things can match that, not sure if anything can really, but striving hard to complete a personal goal, a task which's been eluding me for ages no matter how hard I try, and finally achiving such despite mounting odds against me, can give a very similar feeling of finally being... done. It's a relaxing peace that's hard to describe, yet oh so sweet in its' flavour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Katsuni View Post
    can give a very similar feeling of finally being... done. It's a relaxing peace that's hard to describe, yet oh so sweet in its' flavour.

    I don't feel relaxed about being done. I don't feel relaxed about not being done. I don't know what I feel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlahBlahNounBlah View Post
    I don't feel relaxed about being done. I don't feel relaxed about not being done. I don't know what I feel.
    Oh there's always another battle after the last, something more annoying than whot yeu previously faced. It just comes down to whether yeu make use of the eye of the storm, or if yeu panic wondering whot's next on the list of horrors.

    I've learned over time to just enjoy the rest while I can. The next abomination of reality will be knocking on my door soon enough, no need to rush things.

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    Seriously.

    Love too, I kick ass in love.

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    Diddicult to say which is the actual strongers....

    Grief – which obviously doesn’t happen often but been my strongest so far in a weird way

    Rage – every 12 years of so I loose it with someone – nuclear holocaust

    Joy – especially if meeting someone I haven’t seen for a while that I love

    Love - I'm a total adict when I'm there

    Anger – a reaction mainly but very short lived

    Contentment – most of the time I’m pretty content

    I'm pretty passionate and intense at the best of times so I do the whole range but the above are probably the biggest

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    Quote Originally Posted by substitute View Post
    saying 'passion' is lame-o, sorry guys. It's so vague!

    I have to admit that for me, anger is the no-brainer. Choleric by uh, nature and uh, well possibly by name, depending who you talk to.

    But then the anger drives other things. Anger usually, at injustices, prejudices, hypocrisy and such like... makes me rebel most ostentatiously and in such a way as to draw attention (the more unwelcome for those concerned, the better), and force change for the better, if at all possible.

    If you mean on an individual level, it's still probably anger and its close cousin, frustration. And the most likely things to elicit it/them are: telling me what I think ("you think I'm stupid, you think... blah blah blah" etc) and judging me. Not judging what I do or say so much as judging the motives behind it, often without even consulting me. If you say I screwed up then fine, I can take that. I know I make mistakes as much as the next person. But what I won't accept is when someone tries to make out that I screwed up by intentionally wishing harm to others, like I deliberately calculated the most devious and nasty course of action, regardless of what I might say in my defense.

    If I can tell that you're doing this on purpose though, to get a reaction from me, all you'll get is laughter. I'm many things, lots of them bad, but I'm not fucking stupid.

    But yeah, to the whole idea of feeling things in retrospect, not realizing things are there at all, or if I do, not realizing that they're actually emotions until long, long, long after. years, even.
    This.

    Anger is, most of the time, the only emotion I can positively identify and see where it has motivated me into doing something, in current time. It takes me a long time to identify other emotions, long after the situation occurred.

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    I felt heavy sadness when my grandpa died, cause he was one heck of a wise guy. On his funeral it struck me and I bursted in tears.

    I felt frustration, confusion and a bugging pain in the belly that felt like I got stones in it, after my first relationship broke. It was like loosing a part of yourself and I needed a lot of time to feel complete again. So I kept keeping my cool on the outside, this feeling in the stomache persisted for quite some time and was a constant hinderance and depression bringer in the pursuit of new goals in that time of my life.

    I had another emotional reaction, when my actual girl and me got into a fight. This only happened once and it was OF COURSE because she overreacted () but the fear of loosing her after the fight was totally unbearable.

    Besides that 3 emotions I have no emotions. Heck I am german, you can hardly imagine what that means. Hell I even doubt the concept of emotions, it's all a thing created by the media to keep people killing themselves so there are more ressources on the planet left for rest of mankind. Wait: planet, vulcans, I go back watching Star Trek
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    Frustration/annoyance that turns into anger.

    Otherwise, I'm in a general state of happiness or, 'meh'.

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    Nothing feels quite as good as overcoming a tough challenge, especially if I used my own unique solution.
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