Hello, friends! This is a great Q&A episode where I answer listener questions on a variety of topics including how to make your doctor take your seriously, catching emotions in the moment, and addressing a one-sided sexual relationship.
Hello, friends! In this episode, I answer three awesome listener questions about some very interesting topics. For those of you that are super sensitive about the topic, the first couple questions involve sex and sexuality, so be aware!
Back in 2015 I shared a list of 10 Emotions You Have Felt but Can Never Describe from The Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows. These are things we have all felt at one point or another, but there’s no real definition for them. Unfortunately, John Koenig hasn’t shared anything in about 6 months, but there are still some great things on his site. Today, I’m going to share with you another 10 emotions you have felt but can never describe.
Sometimes a psychotherapy session is really just a collaborative quest to find the right word to demonstrate to your client that you have heard them and know exactly what they mean. If only there was an exact word to describe feeling the feeling of being alone in a crowd or the sense of peace that comes from being inside the house during a rainstorm. Well there is this awesome website called The Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows where John Koenig creates words to describe emotions like these. Here are 10 emotions that you have felt but can never describe. Which of these have you felt?