hinking with your heart. Logical emotions. Emotional conversations. Compartmentalizing feelings. A retentive memory. Conversations with women. Sensitive communication. Emotional communication. Having reasons for feelings. Heartfelt letters. Putting feelings in words. Instinct to communicate. Chatterbox. Gossip. Leaving Post-it notes with sweet nothings written on them. Quick emotions. Feeling the need to be on the move. Feeling with the mind. Irrational mind. Thoughts based on feelings. Being compelled to speak by unconscious forces. Being unable to speak if feeling threatened. Changing thoughts. Changing your mind a lot.
Speaking habits. Being able to tell what people are thinking or feeling by the way they move. Communicating your feelings through movement. Needing to find an appropriate communication channel for your emotions. Writing to get feelings off your chest. Getting feelings out on paper. Keeping a diary. Writing with feeling. Speaking with emotion. Heartfelt words. Emotionally charged language. Inability to separate feeling from thought. Stuck in thought patterns. Rationalizing your emotions. Habitual talking without reason. Needing to keep everyone updated on how you’re feeling. Emoticons. Quick defenses. Quick reactions. Quick emotions. Fleeting emotions. Fleeting moods. Fleeting thoughts.
Talking as a security blanket. Talking about comfortable topics. Everyday chit chat and how you feel about it. Feeling secure with your communication skills – or not. Finding security in logic. Making connections between feelings. Making connections with women. A communicative mother – or not. Superficial feelings. Needing mental stimulation to feel happy. Needing books, papers, journals and diaries to feel happy. Needing to communicate feelings. Needing to feel safe enough to communicate feelings. Scattered emotions. Scattered thoughts. Quick-change point of view. Emotional learning. Learning by feeling. Nurturing through education. Nourishing your intellect. Feeding your brain. Feeling nourished by reading. Feeling nourished by writing. Feeling nourished through relationships with siblings. Sharing feelings with siblings. Feeling safe to communicate with siblings.
Clever habits. Sly inclinations. Deceptive communication. Mentally receptive. Communicating to people’s feelings rather than to their minds. Feeling someone’s thoughts. Loving wit and cleverness. Emotional skills – whether you have them or not. Loving to make mental connections. Your emotional intelligence quotient. Your emotions impact your ability to communicate – for better or worse. Copying other people’s emotional states. What is your frequency? What level of Hertz do you resonate with? What’s your personal channel?
Naming feelings. Naming behaviors. Putting names to the past. Talking about the past. Talking about your mother. Early school experiences and the feelings they bring up. Emotional ties to siblings. Your mother’s relationship to your siblings. Restlessness. Changing body positions frequently. Fidgety. Quick metabolism. Changeable appetite. Eating habits that change with your mood. Eating on the go. Eat and run. Fast food. Eating little bits of food. Not wanting to be tied down emotionally. Needing space to breathe emotionally. Curious about emotions, moods and feelings. A way of sensing information. Unconsciously picking up on information- facts and data. Feeling emotionally tied to certain names. Having an emotional response upon hearing certain words. Words that evoke feelings. The need for information. The need to learn. Associating words with feelings. Synaethesia.
- Linking & Connecting Information
- Rational Mind