Marshall Rosenberg on Thoughts vs. Feelings
The description begins at about 2 minutes; at 6:05, Marshall gives a list of words that are not ‘feelings’; at 6:50, he discusses being specific. At 7:10 is a list of examples.
Other People Can’t Make You Feel
Alan Seid on Feelings
Sensations and Emotions
Sometimes, the association between bodily sensations and emotions is helpful.
Exercise: Share your present feelings, as bodily sensations and emotions.
On Feelings vs. Thoughts
Feelings are Triggered by Thoughts and Associations
Exercise: View a variety of images in the news, on the internet, etc., and identify the sensations and emotions that arise.
Disentangling Thoughts and Feelings
I feel like etc.