Emotional Vocabulary Lists
Your vocabulary matters! Research is continually showing us that a good emotional vocabulary doesn’t simply help you identify more emotions – it also helps you work with them more easily, because you can quickly identify the type of emotion you feel, its intensity, and the reason you feel it.
All by itself, a larger and more precise emotional vocabulary can help you learn to understand, regulate, and befriend your emotions! This portable fold-out Emotional Vocabulary List contains alphabetized lists of words for seven different emotion categories with three differing levels of intensity.
Your DEI Emotional Reference Guide
You can access the genius in your emotions
Dynamic Emotional Integration® (or DEI) helps you access the genius in your emotions to support your whole-life awareness and whole-life healing.
This beautiful full-color laminated chart includes information about the 17 main emotions; what gifts they bring you, which questions you can ask them, and which actions you can take to access their genius.
This double-sided chart measures 8.5 by 14 inches: the Anger and Fear families are on one side, and the Sadness and Happiness families are on the other side with the 4 Keys to Emotional Genius.
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