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Great list of emotions and feelings here:
This article talks about how to stop arguing with someone’s feelings:
I keep reading about how many Borderlines say that they feel like a child in an adult’s body and an adult’s world, and that they exhibit childlike behaviours. I always feel like my husband and mother-in-law are the adults in the house, and that me, our daughter and our son are the children. I don’t feel like I am treated as my husband’s equal, like a partner in the relationship and in raising our children. I feel like I am not heard and listened to at all a lot of the time. I feel like they think that I’m stupid and not worth listening to, and that my opinions, thoughts and feelings don’t matter.
When people ask you how you’re feeling, do you ever say “I dunno” because you’re too tired to even think about it? Do you ever feel too tired to even feel down so it’s easier to just say “I dunno” ?