An emotion chart which gives you both "positive" and "negative" feelings for each emotion category.

An emotion chart which gives you both "positive" and "negative" feelings for each emotion category.

Being Defensive - interesting chart, very simplified  . . . .   ღTrish W ~ https://www.pinterest.com/trishw/introvert/ . . . .    #psychology #introvert

Being Defensive - interesting chart, very simplified . . . . ღTrish W ~ https://www.pinterest.com/trishw/introvert/ . . . . #psychology #introvert

Color emotion chart. When I begin my color theory unit, I start by asking students to make an abstract or abstracted composition with oil pastels where they relay emotion through line, shape, and color. This chart is posted in my room year round.

I like this particular chart of the emotional, physical, and behavioral effects of different colors, but the whole post is one of the best explanations of color I've seen. Explanations here for primary, secondary, and tertiary colors, as well as complementary, analogous, triadic, and warm/cool colors.

I like this particular chart of the emotional, physical, and behavioral effects of different colors, but the whole post is one of the best explanations of color I've seen. Explanations here for primary, secondary, and tertiary colors, as well as complementary, analogous, triadic, and warm/cool colors.

Brains change. The environment you're exposed to and the actions you take each day affect your brain. What happens today, and this week, and this month, is going to affect the health of your brain, your actions, and your decisions tomorrow, and next week , and next month, and next year. When we struggle with a mental illness, we often want to change what's going on in our brain right now. But that's not possible. The only thing to do is to accept what your brain is throwing ...

Brains change. The environment you're exposed to and the actions you take each day affect your brain. What happens today, and this week, and this month, is going to affect the health of your brain, your actions, and your decisions tomorrow, and next week , and next month, and next year. When we struggle with a mental illness, we often want to change what's going on in our brain right now. But that's not possible. The only thing to do is to accept what your brain is throwing ...

Ah. This explains a lot. How are we going to have straight up dialogue when the mind frames are completely different? It's not as cut and dry is it? Colors by Culture

Colors by Culture

Ah. This explains a lot. How are we going to have straight up dialogue when the mind frames are completely different? It's not as cut and dry is it? Colors by Culture

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