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And more and more I am seeing that emotions are at the heart of this similarity. A universal language that bonds us and liberates us – if we will only find the courage to learn it more deeply, and use it more carefully. Josh Freeman The functions of emotions Emotions can be positive and negative in their effect on behaviour. However, it is not the emotion itself that determines its effect but how it is understood and managed. For instance, a child might feel a degree of jealousy towards another person whom she sees as being cleverer than she is.
He will become able to evaluate the risk of what is dangerous and what is safe. A newborn child is only aware of emotion as bodily experiences of comfort or discomfort. With time these experiences can be named. The process of self-awareness is aided by developing a vocabulary of feelings. To be able to recognise that you are feeling angry, humiliated or lonely you need to know that such an emotion exists and that there is a word for that experience. The child in his first year of life can only be aware of bodily sensations.
Humans are social animals that have always lived in groups and been dependent on each other, so we need to assess risk, form attachments and to be able to stand up for ourselves. We need to know who we can trust and who we can’t. It may be that our brains have had to develop their immense problem-solving skills to be able to form and evaluate relationships quickly, as to be able to work with others and communicate well gives an evolutionary advantage. We have needed to be able to calculate quickly whether we can trust others and continually make sophisticated social judgements.