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For people with First Emotion, the strongest experiences are related to the emotional aspect. Whether joy or sorrow, the intensity is greater than for any other Emotion.
The emotions do not necessarily manifest outwardly, and a person may try to restrain them, but no matter what is displayed on the surface, the emotions are experienced to the fullest beneath it.
For the First Emotion, it is not necessarily important to be surrounded by others. Accompanied by her emotions, she can live alone, and it may be said that she does not need anyone around her to cry and laugh. When other people are nearby, the First Emotion expresses herself without the need for approval. She simply does not care what they think of her emotional manifestation.
The First Emotion subconsciously believes that if someone does not share her feelings, her feelings still take priority. In any social setting she automatically sets an emotional atmosphere by expressing her mood to the fullest.
The First Emotion does not seek emotional contact or interaction. She might even miss the emotional response of a partner, and if she notices, she might simply neglect it.
Suppose an individual of First Emotion enters a state of great anger or sadness. In that case, it is not necessarily expressed toward the person who caused it or whoever is currently in her company. Instead, these feelings are important to her in themselves, and she expresses them to herself, making anyone in the surroundings a spectator.
Expressing her feelings, the First Emotion can get completely caught up in them, but just as quickly as they possessed her, they suddenly depart from her consciousness.
With her extraordinary level of emotional intensity, the First Emotion does not seek a long outpouring of feelings. The main thing for her is to get the result. However, the expression of the feelings of the First Emotion can be misinterpreted as a process because she has a lot of feelings, and she can jump from one to the other for an extended duration of time.
The RESULT OF her strong emotional expressions can be everything from great acting, beautiful paintings, and wonderful photographs to magnificent poems and amazing music. In her case, genius and insanity stand very close to each other.
For the First Emotion, feelings are the highest criterion and argument in deciding upon anything. It can be whether to be with a person, whether to buy this thing, whether to live in this city, etc.d. Just as her emotions are constantly in flux, the first Emotion can be very quick to make new decisions.
Given that emotions constantly overwhelm her, she is very prone to impulses. And when she is subject to different impulses, they can say completely different things. This can cause a great deal of confusion, and therefore, it is important that she works to improve her self-control.
It is common for First Emotion to ask tactless questions without notice invading other people's feelings. Or tell things that hurt others. And usually, she does not consider it necessary to apologize for this since complete and honest expression is natural to her.
She loves to dress brightly, to wear something unusual, unexpected; this is yet another source of expression to her.
People with First Emotion usually have large, convex, radiant eyes that seem to glow from the inside, and sometimes they throw lightning.
The First Emotion gives a person expressive facial expressions and exaggerated gestures.
People with First Emotion tend to laugh at the top of their lungs.
The speech of the First Emotion has many figurative expressions, comparisons. She exaggerates often and uses metaphors to get the point across. Moreover, she can be both laudatory and abusive in her speech. And the transition from laudatory to abusive is often as quick as her jumps between emotions.
The First Emotion is excellent at creating sexual arousal in the opposite sex. Glitter in the eyes, a storm of passion - all this is transmitted to the partner who instantly becomes infatuated. The First Emotions do not even have to do something on purpose, and she simply presents herself the way she is.
The First Emotion is prone to mysticism. She trusts her feelings, premonitions, inner experiences much more than anything else. Faith is more than words to her, and she sincerely believes in any nonsense that she "feels" is true.
The First Emotion seeks to poetize and theatricalize all that is possible, including her own perception of the world, which she herself tries to portray with more beauty than reality can justify. Even if many phenomena of life have a strictly scientific justification, the First Emotion still tries to add elements of art, mystique, and mystery to them. And if a phenomenon has both scientific and mystical explanations, the First Emotion will certainly give preference to the second. She would be bored of living in a world that would be explained only by dry formulas.
In early childhood, the First Emotion is characterized by excessive crying or laughing. This is a child-" performance." Although this is a normal reaction for such a child to crisis and external pressure, it is rarely understood by others and gives rise to contemptuous comments such as "hysterical" or "psych" directed at the First Emotion.
In a crisis situation, when the First Function is first turned on, Emotional people turn to Emotional people. And you don't need to be surprised that, instead of gathering and acting, they just start screaming and rushing around.
From the perspective of First Emotion, the world is a stormy, colorful, expressive, and profoundly artistic world, similar to an ever-wandering ocean, where there are almost no styles.