Being this way, I feel like I’m an expert in identifying emotion because I rarely express any real ones, creating the majority of my daily ones from scratch. Like oil painting, I use mix of small amounts of mental garbage and physical movements that take on the form of a variation of the only three genuine emotions: anger, happiness, or sadness. Those are sort of like the red, blue, and yellow of emotions that can be used to make all the other various shades.
At least, that’s how I would break it down for the average emotional someone who doesn’t get that a lot of them are simply wasted energy.
Sunday, April 21, 2013
A reader writes about his "emotional palette":