When I search my previous posts for “Giving emotions words” the only thing that pops up is Day 1530: Obscure Sorrows.
I think it’s helpful to give emotions words, and so do other people.
In a therapy group yesterday, we talked about the importance of giving emotions words. Then, we gave words to triggers.
As usual, I stole some words — including “knuckleheads” — from other people in the group.
Do any of my other photos today give emotions words?
Last night, I watched many people give emotions words in Ken Burns’s latest documentary The Mayo Clinic: Faith, Hope and Science.
It gave me emotions to see my heart surgeon, Dr. Joseph Dearani, and the piano I played while I was at the Mayo before getting my new artificial heart valve. Here‘s me, giving emotions words back in 2016:
I’m giving gratitude words, as usual, at the end of my post. Thanks to all who helped me give words today and — of course! — to YOU.