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    venting emotion?


    What do you say when certain emotion/feeling is very intense so it's kind of flowing out??

    And does 'venting emotion' usually describe 'anger'?
    What are common adjectives before 'emotion'?

    Thank you so much.

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    Re: venting emotion?

    Quote Originally Posted by ssolsollala View Post
    What are common adjectives before 'emotion'?
    *deep, extreme, intense, overwhelming, powerful, profound, strong, violent, complex, conflicting, contradictory, mixed, tangled, destructive, negative, positive, inner, painful, fragile, etc.

    She felt torn by conflicting emotions.
    Counselling can teach people to handle negative emotions such as fear and anger.
    A nurse was handling his fragile emotions very carefully.

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