Have you ever thought of how much masks your face creates each time?
Each and every expression coming out of our face handle some emotions which show our current life circumstances and personality as well.
If we are surrounded by our friends the emotion will be always a happy one and if we are enclosed by that same friends and have some problems between them the reaction will be opposite. So we decide what mask to wear or our way of doing things decide the mask that we should wear.
Classifying different emotional masks by linking it with the native colours is much easier to follow
Green | Happiness
Happiness is a mental or emotional state of well-being defined by positive or pleasant emotions ranging from contentment to intense joy. This emotion always smiles. Happy mental states may also reflect judgements by a person about their overall well-being. a variety of biological, psychological, economic, religious and philosophical approaches have striven to define happiness and identify its sources. Various research groups, including positive psychology and happiness economics, are employing the scientific method to research questions about what happiness is and how it might be attained.
Red | Anger
Anger is an intense emotional response. It is an emotion that involves a strong uncomfortable and emotional response to a perceived provocation, hurt or threat. Anger can occur when a person feels their personal boundaries are being or going to be violated. Some have a tendency to react to anger through retaliation as a way of coping. Anger may be utilised effectively by setting boundaries or escaping from a dangerous situation.
Yellow | Surprise
The surprise is a brief emotional state experienced as the result of an unexpected significant event. Surprise comes in a branch of the emotion called happiness
Blue | Sad
Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) also known as winter depression, winter blues, summer depression or seasonal depression, is a mood disorder upset in which people who have normal mental health throughout most of the year experience depressive symptoms at the same time each year, most commonly in the winter.
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