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The Feelings Wheel



I had never heard of "the feelings wheel" before starting therapy. This thing is COOL.

There is a word for all the feels. Every emotion out there- it really helps to see how they splinter off - how much easier it will be to -point- to the word.


From my perspective, I can tell you that when I'm overstimulated, my words tend to get mixed up. My brain feels "tired" like my muscles are worn out.


And I can have a challenge finding even the simplest of words.


I would like to invite you to explore the feelings/ emotion wheel. Look over all of the words.


How many are you feeling at this moment?


If you don't know the meaning of some of them, that is OK- I had to look a few up, myself.




Below are some helpful websites about the feelings/ emotion wheel-


Resource/ Source sites:



https://humansystems.co/emotionwheels/


https://allthefeelz.app/feeling-wheel/


https://ytp.uoregon.edu/sites/ytp2.uoregon.edu/files/Feelings%20Wheel%20in%20PDF.pdf


https://www.mindfulmazing.com/how-to-use-a-feelings-wheel/


https://theparentcue.org/using-a-feelings-wheel-why-its-helpful-and-how-it-works/


https://www.betterup.com/blog/emotion-wheel#:~:text=An%20emotion%20wheel%20is%20a,core%20emotions%20at%20the%20center.



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