We are now offering a deck of cards representing 34 feelings. You can browse below to see each card and a definition of the associated feeling. You can click on each card to see a longer definition.
These cards are designed for kids and adults who want to discover their feelings in a fun way.
Marshall Rosenberg believed that expanding our vocabulary was the best way to connect with accuracy to ourselves and others. Plus, if you have a hard time grasping the difference between hopeless and desperate, or with conflicted and ambivalent, please have a look at the definitions.
The size of the cards is 44mm X 67mm (1.73" x 2.64").
Having two opposing feelings at the same time, or being uncertain about how you feel.
Having a strong feeling of or showing annoyance, displeasure, or hostility; full of anger.
Feeling worried, nervous, or afraid about what may happen.
Feeling fearful about future events.
Reluctant to do something through fear of embarrassment or humiliation.
Feeling tired or restless because of having to do something that is not interesting.
A state of tranquility; or not showing or feeling nervousness, anger, or other strong emotions.
Sure about one's own abilities.
Having or showing confused and mutually inconsistent feelings.
To cause misunderstanding, or to make understanding difficult or impossible.
Feeling unhappy and without hope.
Having lost hope.
Unhappy because what was hoped or wished for did not happen.
A strong feeling of dislike for somebody/something that you feel is unacceptable, or for something that looks, smells, etc. unpleasant.
Feeling uncomfortable because of shame.
Having or showing great interest.
An extremely strong feeling of happiness and excitement that usually lasts only a short time.
To bother or annoy to the point of causing anger.
In a state of excitement; thrilled.
Full of anger; wild with fury.
A feeling of being sorry or responsible for having done something wrong.
Feeling or showing pleasure or contentment.
Having little or no hope; in despair.
To draw the strong interest of; puzzle; fascinate. Having one's interest, desire, or curiosity strongly aroused.
Difficulty to make a decision.
No longer feeling distressed or anxious.
Feeling or showing sorrow; unhappy.
Thrown into or being in a state of fear, fright, or panic.
Shocked or amazed by something unexpected.
Conscious of benefit received.
Needing sleep or rest.
Feeling gratitude or sympathy; moved.
On guard against threat or danger.
Feeling trouble about something that might happen.