By Gregory J. P. Godek
Publish 12 months note: First released in 1999
More Romantic than Ever!
Sure, you'll purchase a few roses.
Yes, you'll cook dinner a sublime romantic dinner.
Of direction, you may supply a heart-shaped field of chocolates.
But occasionally you need to do greater than that. occasionally you must convey simply how a lot you actually care, how a lot ardour you actually think, and what sort of extra your companion skill to you than just about anything else.
Packed with specific feedback, effortless gestures, and considerate reward principles, 1001 how one can Be Romantic is "worth memorizing" (Boston Herald). multiple and a part million humans have used this booklet to kick up the joys and romance, making it a latest vintage and no 1 nationwide bestseller. It's a must have for an individual, in any dating, who desires to spark a few extra love of their lives.
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Extra resources for 1001 Ways to Be Romantic: More Romantic Than Ever (3rd Edition)
2 These results further support the distinct emotion model by showing that other negative emotions cannot account for all of the experience of feeling hurt. As in the retrospective study of hurt feelings discussed earlier, participants’ ratings of hurt could not be explained by other negative emotions. 2 The PANAS-X items, upset and distressed, do not fall on any of the four subscales. Thus, we conducted two additional analyses in which these two items were also entered on Step 1 in the prediction of Hurt-P and Hurt-M.
Rejected, isolated, let down, misunderstood; see Storm & Storm, 1987). 18 Mark R. , variance shared by other negative emotions), and feelings unique to being hurt (see Watson & Clark, 1992, for a similar strategy). Results revealed that the 26 ratings from the PANAS-X accounted for 63% of the variance in hurt feelings (as measured by the 12-point rating). Then, when the three items specifically measuring hurt (hurt, injured, and wounded) were entered into the regression analysis, they accounted for an additional 16% of the variance in hurt feelings.
The second question that we address here involves the immediate cause of hurt feelings. According to appraisal theories, specific emotions are accompanied by cognitive evaluations or appraisals of situations and events. , Frijda, 1986; Lazarus, 1991; Ortony, Clore, & Collins, 1988; Smith & Ellsworth, 1985). For example, appraisals involving threat may induce fear, whereas appraisals involving an unrecoverable loss induce sadness. What, then, is the specific appraisal that is associated with the experience that people call hurt feelings?