Emotions are mental and bodily states that typically comprise a constellation of physiological, behavioural and psychological processes that follow the appraisal or evaluation of a situation or event as relevant to the individual’s goals.
Emotions are functional in our lives, but too much or too little of any of these can be a problem.
The emotions that have been most widely agreed upon and included in almost all modern lists of basic emotions are:
The emotion that facilitates the process of mourning, enabling
us to accept loss.
The emotion that encourages us to repeat things that make us feel good.
The mention that leads us to destructive behavior.
The emotion that protects us from real or potential dangers.
The emotion that makes us reject what we do not like.
The emotion that helps to orient us when faced with a new situation.