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Emotion Thermometers for Measuring Psychological Pain


  The famous Japanese writer, Haruki Murakami claims that mental pain is a set of unavoidable emotions. They’re a part of life because, sometimes, “life hurts”. However, many of us find it difficult to name what we feel. Moreover, we find it hard to attribute intensity to our emotions. “Feeling bad” can differ in intensity and severity. For example, you might feel this way because you’ve lost your partner. In this circumstance, you’re overwhelmed by emotions such as anguish, longing, and misery. On the other hand, you might feel bad because you’re simply having a rough day which only makes you…

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