When we’re sad, we don’t do emotes

Facebook, Google, Twitter and YouTube are among the social media giants that have implemented a new way to tell users when they’re sad.

According to a study published in the journal Psychological Science, when people have a hard time focusing on the words they use in their own voice, they tend to use emotes.

In a paper published this week, researchers used a series of tasks to find out how well people perform in these types of tasks.

The researchers found that people who can focus more on their own emotions when they use their own words are more likely to use their words.

For example, a person who is sad when they see someone else smiling would use their eyes to look at the person smiling, while someone who is upset when they hear someone else crying would use the words to talk about the feeling.

The authors also found that the more they can focus on their feelings, the more likely they are to use a particular emotion.

That’s because when people focus on themselves, their emotions can’t control their thoughts.

The team is now testing other types of emotions in the real world.

The study was published in Social Psychological and Personality Science.