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“Stories that elicit a big reaction provide us with a big opportunity to acknowledge our most challenging emotions and to wrestle with the assumptions, ideas, and beliefs that may no longer serve us. And that's the *whole* point of writing, of communica
> Stories that elicit a big reaction provide us with a big opportunity to acknowledge our most challenging emotions and to wrestle with the assumptions, ideas, and beliefs that may no longer serve us. And that's the *whole* point of writing, of communicating, and of being human.
victoria-loustalot  writing  criticism  reviews  emotion  stories 
2 days ago by jasdev
emotion/jsx.js at master · emotion-js/emotion
inside of the emotion library, they're dangerously setting html to write css, so I guess it's alright sometimes
emotion  js 
4 days ago by scottcarver
(77) The Open University - #OUmoji | Facebook
The Open University
8 August 2017 ·

Frustrated over a TMA? Studying late and desperate for sleep? Jumping with joy over that last exam mark? Or completely and utterly proud of yourself at graduation? Whatever your ‘OU emotion’ we’ve created some OU stickers to help you express them.

Download the free OU Photobooth app and you’ll be able to add stickers (we like to call them OUmojis) and captions to your images and share them on social media.


Use the hashtag #OUmoji and we’ll share some of our faves.

emoji  OU  our-journey  emotion  facebook 
4 days ago by ndf
The Open University on Twitter: "Thumbs up to @TELinnovation and @KMIou for conjuring up the OU Photobooth app! https://t.co/z2hFtBd3uq #OUmoji… "
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Thumbs up to @TELinnovation and @KMIou for conjuring up the OU Photobooth app!

ªªhttp://learninginnovation.open.ac.uk/ou-photobooth/ ºº

twitter  emoji  OU  our-journey  emotion 
4 days ago by ndf
How Inuit Parents Raise Kids Without Yelling — And Teach Them To Control Anger : Goats and Soda : NPR
But if you practice having a different response or a different emotion at times when you're not angry, you'll have a better chance of managing your anger in those hot-button moments
children  emotion  development  anger  parenting  psychology 
6 days ago by deusx
Emotional labor: a guide for men — Quartz at Work
What is emotional labor?

If you poll a dozen people on their definition of emotional labor, you’ll likely get close to a dozen different answers. Once upon a time, the phrase had a very narrow meaning (more on that in a minute) but these days it generally (and, to some, frustratingly) refers to what you might describe as “shit someone does that goes unrecognized.”
workplace  emotion 
8 days ago by JohnDrake
Bodily maps of emotions | PNAS
"Emotions coordinate our behavior and physiological states during survival-salient events and pleasurable interactions. Even though we are often consciously aware of our current emotional state, such as anger or happiness, the mechanisms giving rise to these subjective sensations have remained unresolved. Here we used a topographical self-report tool to reveal that different emotional states are associated with topographically distinct and culturally universal bodily sensations; these sensations could underlie our conscious emotional experiences. Monitoring the topography of emotion-triggered bodily sensations brings forth a unique tool for emotion research and could even provide a biomarker for emotional disorders."
embodiment  emotion  psychology  neuroscience 
9 days ago by mildlydiverting
Emotionally}Vague: A research project about emotion, sensation and feeling.
Emotions can be overwhelming. But not always so. They affect our thoughts and perceptions far more than we realise. It is well established that we are subliminally affected by visual media, and particularly in terms of unconscious emotions, drives and feelings.

I wanted to question how feeling can be experienced in the body, not simply in mind. I believe that we can use familiar tools to express understanding of experience, and not be restricted to the use of photographic stereotypes.

Can people describe their visceral feelings of emotion visually, and if so, would any patterns arise? In order to answer this, I had to develop some way of asking people to reflect on and describe their private feelings in a simple, repeatable manner, the results of which could be correlated visually and demographically.

By gathering concepts of feeling by word, colour and line and creating visual languages for anger, joy, fear, sadness and love - a kind of democratic visual language is created - a backwards-brand.

As a graphic designer, I am attempting to bring attention to the body's patterns of feeling and innate intelligence in a systematic but playful way.

Over time, this method may be developed into a therapeutic tool, and/or a means of visually representing feeling in an interactive, participatory manner.
emotion  psychology  embodiment  datavisualisation 
9 days ago by mildlydiverting
How Inuit Parents Raise Kids Without Yelling — And Teach Them To Control Anger : Goats and Soda : NPR
Even just showing a smidgen of frustration or irritation was considered weak and childlike, Briggs observed.

For instance, one time someone knocked a boiling pot of tea across the igloo, damaging the ice floor. No one changed their expression. "Too bad," the offender said calmly and went to refill the teapot.

In another instance, a fishing line — which had taken days to braid — immediately broke on the first use. No one flinched in anger. "Sew it together," someone said quietly.

parenting  emotion 
9 days ago by ramitsethi

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