How are you feeling today?

Explore your emotions by clicking on the

Feelings Wheel

Take a moment to connect with yourself by exploring the Feelings Wheel.

It's a simple yet powerful tool designed to help you identify and understand your emotions better.

Click on the Wheel, and let it guide you through the colorful spectrum of feelings.

Selected feelings

Notes

We highly recommend seeking guidance from a professional psychologist to discuss your feelings.
However, if you wish, you can also consult with an AI for advice.
Please be aware that while AI can be helpful, it is not infallible, and errors may occur.
It's important to verify critical information independently.
Up to 5 selected feelings allowed simultaneously
Realize that the emotions you are feeling at this very moment are a gift, a guideline, a support system, a call to action. If you suppress your emotions and try to drive them out of your life, or if you magnify them and allow them to take over everything, then you’re squandering one of life’s most precious resources.
- Tony Robbins
Step One
Identify What You Are Really Feeling
Step Two
Acknowledge and Appreciate Your Emotions, Knowing They Support You

You never want to make your emotions wrong.

The idea that anything you feel is "wrong" is a great way to destroy honest communication with yourself as well as with others.

Be thankful that there’s a part of your brain that is sending you a signal of support, a call to action to make a change in either your perception of some aspect of your life or in your actions.

Step Three
Get Curious about the Message Your Emotions Are Offering You
  • What would I have to believe in order to feel the way I’ve been feeling?
  • What am I willing to do to create a solution and handle this right now?
  • What do I really want to feel?
  • What can I learn from this?
Step Four
Get Confident
Step Five
Get Certain You Can Handle This Not Only Today, But in the Future as Well

You want to feel certain that you can handle this emotion easily in the future by having a great plan to do so.

One way to do this is to simply remember the ways you’ve handled it in the past and rehearse handling situations where this emotion would come up in the future.

See, hear, and feel yourself handling the situation easily.

- Tony Robbins

Step Six
Get Excited, and Take Action
Now go and do something!
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List of Emotions

Fearful
Scared
Helpless
Frightened
Anxious
Overwhelmed
Worried
Insecure
Inadequate
Inferior
Weak
Worthless
Insignificant
Rejected
Excluded
Persecuted
Threatened
Nervous
Exposed
Angry
Let down
Betrayed
Resentful
Humiliated
Disrespected
Ridiculed
Bitter
Indignant
Violated
Mad
Furious
Jealous
Aggressive
Provoked
Hostile
Frustrated
Infuriated
Annoyed
Distant
Withdrawn
Numb
Critical
Sceptical
Dismissive
Disgusted
Disapproving
Judgmental
Condemned
Uncomfortable
Appalled
Revolted
Awful
Nauseated
Detestable
Repelled
Horrified
Hesitant
Sad
Hurt
Embarrassed
Disappointed
Depressed
Inferior
Empty
Guilty
Remorseful
Ashamed
Despair
Grief
Powerless
Vulnerable
Victimised
Fragile
Lonely
Isolated
Abandoned
Happy
Optimistic
Inspired
Hopeful
Trusting
Intimate
Sensitive
Peaceful
Thankful
Loving
Powerful
Creative
Courageous
Accepted
Valued
Respected
Proud
Confident
Successful
Interested
Inquisitive
Curious
Content
Joyful
Free
Playful
Cheeky
Aroused
Surprised
Excited
Energetic
Eager
Amazed
Awe
Astonished
Confused
Perplexed
Disillusioned
Startled
Dismayed
Shocked
Bad
Tired
Unfocused
Sleepy
Stressed
Out of control
Overwhelmed
Busy
Rushed
Pressured
Bored
Apathetic
Indifferent

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Feelings Wheel