What emotion am I?
You are a joyful person. Even when things go wrong, you still have a capacity for positive emotions like happiness, awe, wonder, curiosity, and peace. Your day-to-day life is likely colored with these more positive emotions, and you are probably resilient in the face of emotions like grief, stress, and anger.
You are someone who carries sadness in a deep and personal way. You may be particularly nostalgic, somber, or otherwise down. In extreme cases, you may be feeling depressed. There’s nothing wrong with having a deep capacity for sadness, and in fact, it may give your life more meaning in the long run. If your sense of sadness is interfering with your wellbeing, you may benefit from working with a mental health professional.
Your responses indicate you are an angry person. There is much to be angry about in this world, and your first reaction is likely to get fired up about things. Anger can be a useful tool when it comes to taking action or standing up for yourself, but try not to let it sink so deep that you miss out on the more enjoyable parts of life or take everything as a personal affront. Working with a mental health professional can also help you get to the root of your anger.
You are a fearful person. Fear is necessary to keep us safe and protected, but it can also become so engrained that it holds us back. Fear keeps you in your comfort zone, which is, of course, comfortable, but doesn’t allow for growth and may limit your experiences. Working with a mental health professional can help you unpack your fears so you can move beyond them.