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Emotions are something that is as unexplainable as the Earth itself We may know what a particular emotion is but why does it happen and why are they so confusing How is it that they make us an individual And why are there physical reactions that come along with them Either way good or bad they are what make us who we are and they define us as a species Emotions in a whole are very complex just as the human race is That is why they are so confusing and unexplainableThe Websters dictionary defines emotions as the affective aspect of consciousness feelings In addition it defines feelings as a subjective response to a person place or thing This sense of emotions is what makes us human The fact that when we hear or see something with an emotional effect we uncontrollably give a response as to what we feel about that particular situation Whether good or bad we cannot keep what we call emotions from coming out We can sure hide them but they will always be thereWe all have these emotions if we are mentally healthy When we see a battered woman or child we automatically feel pity or possibly even anger or something else We see a sick or diseased person and somewhere deep down inside we want to help them although we know we cannot But these are only a few feelings of the many that we have We also experience feeling of great joy and happiness Such as finding a true love giving birth to a child fulfilling dreams and even helping someone in need This isnt the end of the list either the number of emotions that we have is an endless list that is forever being added to Maybe the reason why we feel pity for the battered child is that we all have that same battered child inside us Not the one that was physically beaten but
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