6 May 2009


Kadang2 ada perkara yang akan buat kita tersentuh even perkara tu kecil..Dan pada aku (yang jenis sensitive tak tentu pasal ni) aku akan mudah menangis bila aku rasa touching..tak tau la dr mana perangai pelik aku ni dtg..dan semenjak kebelakangan ni makin menjadi2 plak..hehehee..Dan pg ni rasa jauh hati sangat and rasa nak menangis..warghhhhhh..kenapa aku ni..aku akan rasa sedih bila aku kena marah, bila aku marah org, bila rasa bersalah or orang berkelakuan tak spt biasa pd aku..aku akan cepat terasa kelainan tu, mula rasa tersentuh dan sedih..so, pg ni aku nangis lagi utk hilangkan rasa yg terpendam kat hati aku..sbb aku tak tau nak luahkan pd siapa..

**Kalau aku rasa sedih & emotional (or kind of tension or heart feeling) aku suka buat benda2 yg pelik2 such as g kedai furniture (ex: Ikea, sbb aku suka buat benda2 yg berkaitan interior design) or i love to visit island (i do love sea,sun and sand so much!!!)..

Here is the article about this simptom that we can call as emotional / emotion that i got from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emotional.

An emotion is a mental and physiological state associated with a wide variety of feelings, thoughts, and behavior. Emotions are subjective experiences, or experienced from an individual point of view. Emotion is often associated with mood, temperament, personality, and disposition. The English word 'emotion' is derived from the French word émouvoir. This is based on the Latin emovere, where e- (variant of ex-) means 'out' and movere means 'move'.[1] The related term "motivation" is also derived from movere.
No definitive taxonomy of emotions exists, though numerous taxonomies have been proposed. Some categorizations include:
'Cognitive' versus 'non-cognitive' emotions
Instinctual emotions (from the amygdala), versus cognitive emotions (from the prefrontal cortex).
Basic versus complex: where base emotions lead to more complex ones.
Categorization based on duration: Some emotions occur over a period of seconds (e.g. surprise) where others can last years (e.g. love).
A related distinction is between the emotion and the results of the emotion, principally behaviours and emotional expressions. People often behave in certain ways as a direct result of their emotional state, such as crying, fighting or fleeing. Yet again, if one can have the emotion without the corresponding behaviour then we may consider the behaviour not to be essential to the emotion. The James-Lange theory posits that emotional experience is largely due to the experience of bodily changes. The functionalist approach to emotions (e.g. Nico Frijda) holds that emotions have evolved for a particular function, such as to keep the subject safe.

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