6/15 Personal Worksheet on ‘Disclosing my Feelings’ for Total Wholeness

Listed below are feelings (emotions) that most people have in different situations.  The purpose of this exercise is to help you identify your feelings and become more aware about how you do, or do not share them.  It will help to print off this sheet to analyse each emotion.

For each feeling you are away of, place a red X.  Put a Blue X to represent how often you disclose the feeling to your partner/friend or anyone.

Notice the variation between awareness and disclosure.  For example, I may frequently be aware of feeling confident but rarely express this to my partner:

Whatever your experience, we hope you’ll be honest with yourself and accept your feelings as your own.  We find it more useful to think of feelings in terms of what is, rather than what should or should not be, or what is good or bad.

FEELINGS

never rarely at times

often

  stubborn
  loving
  angry
  contented
  jealous
  disappointed
  grateful
  embarrassed
  cautious
  daring
  confused
  anxious
  sexy
  frustrated
  surprised
  sad
  excited
  fearful
  bored
  proud
  depressed
  shy
  lonely
  tender
  pleased
  guilty
  appreciative
  happy

Ideas for this exercise are adapted from “An Emotional Inventory”, Agape, January, 1976, pp. 28-29

Susanne Fengler, Blog Author

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