Emotions Are Universal

It's been proven - we all feel the same things.

There are six universal emotions.

Emotions are not personal or unique to the individual. According to Matsumoto and Juang emotions are the “transient, neurophysiological reactions that gave consequences to our welfare”. That means that emotions are feelings that occur as initial reactions to situations, images, or immediate environment.

Initial global studies have proven that there are six universal emotions:

Do we all feel it the same?

No, we do not all feel the same emotions the same. Not only does it vary from person to person but feeling and expressing emotions vary from culture to culture. Some cultures believe showing sadness or pain is a show of weakness, while other cultures view anger as a typical male trait.