Men, like all mammals, have the goals, who tell us what we want / do not want. Emotions are the guardians of our purposes, telling us if they are being met or not Emotions can be positive, indicating when the achievement of a goal.
Emotions can be negative if the purpose is seen as a compromise permanently or endangered. Many emotions trigger other emotions (eg: we get angry when we notice that we anxious). Emotions are not “wrong” if we recognize good! The feedback on the impairment of the goals and their causes.
For example, anger can be directed to others, ourselves or the whole world Anger is linked to the need for “reimbursement” If you can not get back what has been lost is a tendency to claim that the other convicted lose equally. For example the guilt an individual feels responsible for damage.
For example humiliation…
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