Julie Morley   (MNCS Accred, Hyp.dip, dip.psysextherapy, Adv.dip.CP)

Personal Psychotherapist

Market Deeping, Peterborough, UK

Mob: 07761 065 726    Email: [email protected]

Personal Psychotherapy Practice

Personal Psychotherapy,   Counselling,   Psychotherapeutic Coaching,

Relationship Therapy, Psychosexual Coaching, Insomnia Therapy

Feeling Words

At various times take a look at these words and choose words that suit how you feel at this time.  This teaches you words to be able to express yourself abd whats going on for you.  


At first this can be done 2-3 times a day and this teaches us how feelings can fluctuate and helps to recognise various feelings and start to notice that we have these feelings, but we are NOT our feelings.


Step 2 is about doing the same thing but about how you feel 'about something'.  This can be done randomly and doesn't need to be done as many times a day (unless you've had a lot going on).


During step 1 or 2, make sure you notice, very small positive feelings.  These will, at first be very tiny small feelings.  Like a slight improvement in mood after having a nice chat with someone or noticing a pleasant looking tree.



Strong

Impulsive

Certain

Dynamic

Secure

Sure

Positive

Eager

Keen

Excited

Challenged

Hopeful

Brave

Interested

Concerned

Fascinated

Curious

Intrigued

Loving

Considerate

Loving

Affectionate

Warm

Close

Tender

Passionate

Attracted

Devoted

Angry

Irritated

Hostile

Annoyed

Hateful

Bitter

Fuming

Infuriated

Cross

Worked up

Despairing

Lousy

Disappointed

Powerless

Guilty

Dissatisfied

Miserable

Terrible

Sulky

Sense of loss

Confused

Upset

Uncertain

Indecisive

Shy

Hesitant

Sceptical

Lost

Unsure

Uneasy

Tense

Pessimistic

Hopeless

Alone

Useless

Empty

Dominated

Vulnerable

Distressed

Inferior

Sad

Unhappy

Desperate

Anguish

Humiliated

Crushed

Tormented

Rejected

Offended

Aching

Heartbroken

Alienated

Victimized

Afraid

Fearful

Terrified

Suspicious

Anxious

Panic

Nervous

Scared

Worried

Timid

Shaky

Restless

Wary

Indifferent

Dull

Weary

Bored

Pre-Occupied

Disinterested

Lifeless

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