Emotions Essays

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Subject: Mental Health
Pages: 5
Words: 1383
Rating: 4,3

Anger and depression

The aspect of anger and depression is manifest in various instances in the novels “Annie John” and “Lucy.” Annie’s study and behavior underscore the anger and…

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Subject: Mental Health
Pages: 4
Words: 1248
Rating: 4,7

Emotional and physical wellness

According to Breel (2013), in the video Teen’s TED talk on depression goes viral, depression is real and has led to the loss of lives of…

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Subject: Literature
Pages: 4
Words: 1099
Rating: 4,8

Theme of love in five poems

Introduction Love refers to a variety of mental and emotional states characterized by strong and positive experiences that range from simple pleasures to deep interpersonal affections….

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Subject: Psychology
Pages: 7
Words: 1827
Rating: 4,8

Roland Barthes’ A Lover’s Discourse

The subject of love has been a part of human discourse from time immemorial and it has been used as a means of describing the manner…

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Subject: Philosophy
Pages: 4
Words: 1081
Rating: 4,5

Informative essay on death

Section1 Thomas Nagel tries in the article to explain the views of two different groups of people about death in the case it leads to the…

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Subject: Art
Pages: 15
Words: 3884
Rating: 4,8

How Emotions are Affected by The Music?

Introduction The field of neuroscience and music is expanding at a rapid pace. Several benefits of changing and engaging the brain waves can be witnessed largely….

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Subject: Business
Pages: 4
Words: 1225
Rating: 4,5

Labor or love: the enforced happiness of the Pret A…

Introduction The attitudes of employees are greatly influenced by the emotions they experience within the work environment and even outside this environment. Emotional labor has been…

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Subject: Political
Pages: 11
Words: 2902
Rating: 5,0

American veteran reintegration into society

It has been a very long while since dysfunctional behavior ascribed to war conditions was clinically perceived. Soldiers of the Civil War experienced the ill effects…

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Subject: Art
Pages: 1
Words: 288
Rating: 4,2

Importance of music

The sound of music, which is a soothing rhythm heard by an individual is very calming and relaxing. Listening to music, in turn, inspires creativity and…

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Subject: Literature
Pages: 2
Words: 500
Rating: 4,3

A review of Mary Rowlandson’s narrative

Mary Rowlandson’s anecdote is credited for promoting the rise in captivity narratives. In this narrative, Rowlandson’s explains her experience as a captive. Apart from the attention…

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Subject: Psychology
Pages: 4
Words: 1065
Rating: 4,9

Communication skills using Herons 6 category interventions

John Heron developed the model to assist the practitioners in serving their clients in the best way possible. The responses fall into six categories namely; prescriptive,…

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