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What is a strong emotional preference for one view or another?
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Asked in Health, Mental Health, Emotions
What do you call an emotional person?
sensitive and real as a human being. and respected for being strong for being able to handle their emotion and of course their feelings. Also to call an emotional person simply emotional or any variation of the word by synonym or abbreviation isn't sufficient because that's the same as calling them emotional. I am answering this question from the view point to find an alternative to calling someone "emotional", as in something to call an emotional person that isn't an "emotional person". Exactly as in the question what do you call in an emotional person? instead for instance Two words to call an emotional person good influence .
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Asked in John Cena, Human Behavior, Emotions
Do teens cry a lot?
Teens cry if they are emotionally weak. An emotionally strong teen will not weep often. Another view: tears are an emotional release and the teens are an emotional time with hormones and new experiences. Some people cry more than others, it has nothing to do with age. Nor does it imply weakness. It's your actions that count, not how much emotion you show. Obviously it's important not to cry instead of doing the right thing. Don't just collapse into a crying fit, deal with the situation and weep afterwards.
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Asked in World War 1
How did the Canadians view the war of passchendaele?
Canada viewed the war at Passchendaele in all aspects.. Canada had a very strong emotional tie with Britain," it was stated that the Canadians were more British than the British themselves". However not all Canada had this strong emotional tie only English speaking Canadians French speaking Canadians saw the war being similar to the Boer war and showed no interest. Just as important as the emotional tie with Britain was the restless sprit that effected young men. The sound of war excited them and drew them closer into going. Canadians went to war because of strong emotional ties with Britain but while coming back they came as a proud victorious nation. The war helped them realize they were something more important and bigger than just a small part of the British Empire.
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How is Victor's view of the Scottish Orkneys a reflection of his emotional state?
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