When emotions are at their most vulnerable: A bee-gees emotional intelligence test

When emotions have the most powerful effect on people, there are no rules that we must follow to maintain calm and avoid emotional distress.

In this video, we explore some of the most common emotions in everyday life, the most vulnerable emotions that we can be held responsible for and how to avoid them.1.

Fear1.

Confusion1.

Anger1.

Shame1.

Disgust1.

Sadness1.

Vulnerability1.

Emotional instability1.

Loneliness1.

Feelings of isolation1.

Anxiety1.

Pain1.

Loss of self-worthThe emotion of fear is the most widely experienced emotion.

It occurs when we feel frightened or frightened of something, such as a threat or a perceived threat, or in some other way.

It can also occur when we are unsure of our own actions or in a situation where we feel uncomfortable.2.

Anger2.

Fear2.

Confused2.

Sad2.

Vulnerable2.

Embarrassed2.

Bored2.

Emotions that are hurtful or offensiveWhen people feel fearful, they often have strong negative emotions such as anger, resentment, fear and fear of losing control.

They feel that they cannot control or control themselves.

They may also have an exaggerated sense of their own strength, competence and worth.3.

Emotion of confusion3.

Sad3.

Fear3.

Hurt3.

Burdened3.

ConfrontedIn this emotional test, we measure the intensity of people’s thoughts and feelings, how they feel when we tell them something, and how they react to it.4.

Anger4.

Confusing4.

Sad4.

Brought to the surface4.

Empathy4.

Feeling of anger5.

Fear5.

Burden of feeling helpless5.

Hurt5.

Self-hatredThe emotion that we feel when confronted with a situation that makes us feel angry is a very common emotion and is often the last thing that we think about as we deal with it.6.

Emotility6.

Sad6.

Bitter6.

Hurt6.

Confession6.

Pain6.

Loss6.

Laughter6.

Distress6.

Anger6.

Fears that it will end6.

Selfishness6.

Intense anger6.

Feel a sense of entitlement6.

Impostor6.

A sense of self worth6.

Uncontrollable anger6