Let's get to know each emotion better!

High Energy, Unpleasant 

Enraged - Violently angry

Livid - Furiously angry.

Fuming - Mad, angry, or furious.

Anxious - 1. Eagerly desirous. 2. Fearful, uneasy, and worried.

Repulsed - 1. Repelled; forced or driven back. 2. Having intense distaste and aversion.

Panicked - Thrown into a state of intense fear or desperation.

Furious - Extremely and violently energetic.

Angry - Strongly annoyed, displeasured, or hostile.

Frightened - Thrown into intense fear or desperation.

Apprehensive - Fearful that something might happen.

Troubled - Distressed or anxious.

Stressed - Pressured or strained

Frustrated - Distressed and annoyed.

Worried - Distressed; anxious and uneasy, troubled, or grieving.

Concerned - Deeply interested or worried about someone or something.

Jittery - Tense and/or edgy.

Tense - Unable to relax; nervous, anxious.

Nervous - Anxious; easily agitated.

Irritated - Impatient and/or angry.

Uneasy - Discomforted; anxious.

Shocked - Struck with fear, dread, consternation, or outrage.

Stunned - Senseless or dizzy; overwhelmingly surprised or shocked.

Restless - 1. Worried and uneasy. 2. Unable to ease one’s mind and/or body.

Annoyed - Aroused to impatience, irritation, or anger.

Peeved - Annoyed, irritated, or resentful.

High Energy, Pleasant

Surprised - Astonishment and wonder from something totally unexpected happening to oneself.

Hyper - Unusually energetic.

Energized - Motivated and full of energy.

Playful - Fun and joyful.

Pleasant - Pleasing; in harmony with one’s taste or likings.

Upbeat - In a contented state of being happy, healthy, and prosperous.

Cheerful - Happy and optimistic.

Lively - Full of life and energy.

Happy - Joyful and/or pleased.

Pleased - Experiencing or manifesting pleasure.

Festive - Joyful and merry.

Motivated - Provided with or given incentive to take action.

Enthusiastic - Greatly excited and interested.

Focused - Having concentrated attention or energy on something.

Hopeful - Optimistic; having an agreeable expectation.

Exhilarated - Very happy; joyful.

Inspired - Impulsively creative; excited.

Optimistic - Positive, hopeful, and confident about the future.

Proud - 1. Self-respectful or pleased in something by which one measures self-worth. 2. Dignified or noble.

Joyful - Full of high-spirited delight.

Ecstatic - Greatly enraptured or delighted.

Elated - Exultantly proud and joyful.

Excited - Energetically and/or sexually aroused; stimulated.

Thrilled - Intensely and pleasurably excited.

Blissful - Completely happy and contented.

Low Energy, Pleasant 

Sleepy - Ready to fall asleep.

Easygoing - Relaxed and informal.

Secure - . Free from fear or doubt; easy in mind. 2. Free from danger or risk. 3. Financially safe.

Chill - Calm and content.

Thoughtful - Considerate of the feelings or well-being of others.

Complacent - Content to a fault with oneself or one’s actions.

Content - Satisfied; peacefully happy.

Satisfied - Happy and/or fulfilled.

Restful - Refreshed by sleeping or relaxing.

Peaceful - Undisturbed by strife, turmoil, or war; tranquil.

Tranquil - Calm and serene.

Loving - Feeling love and affection.

Grateful - Thankful for something.

Blessed - Highly favored or fortunate (as though by divine grace).

Comfy - Relaxed and comfortable.

Cozy - Comfortingly warm and sheltered; feeling a warm or friendly and informal atmosphere.

Fulfilled - Satisfaction from accomplishment.

Touched - Affected emotionally.

Balanced - In equilibrium, in harmony with something, or in appropriate proportion.

Carefree - Free of trouble, worry, and care; cheerfully irresponsible.

Serene - Calm and peaceful; undisturbed; without emotional agitation.

Low Energy, Unpleasant

Ashamed - Feeling shame, guilt, embarrassment, and/or remorse due to one’s actions, characteristics, or associations.

Pessimistic - Expecting the worst possible outcome.

Alienated - Withdrawn, isolated, estranged, or dissociated.

Despondent - Without or almost without hope or courage.

Despair - Helpless loss of hope.

Disgusted - 1. A strong distaste, nausea. 2. Profound disapproval.

Morose - Sullen and ill-tempered.

Miserable - Very unhappy; full of misery.

Depressed - Unhappy, typically with oneself or one’s condition; suffering.

Hopeless - 1. Despairing; without possibility of comfort or success. 2. Inadequate or incompetent.

Disappointed - Sad or displeased from the failure to achieve expectations.

Discouraged - Lacking confidence or hope; disheartened.

Lonely - Lacking companions or companionship; alone.

Sullen - Lonely; solitary; desolate.

Desolate - Lonely, unhappy, or miserable.

Down - Filled with melancholy and despondency.

Sad - Sorrowful or unhappy.

Disheartened - Lacking determination or confidence.

Exhausted - Drained of energy or effectiveness; extremely tired.

Spent - Depleted of energy, force, or strength.

Unpleasant - Offensive or disagreeable; causing discomfort or unhappiness.

Bored - Weary from lack of interest.

Tired - Depleted of strength or energy.

Fatigued - Drained of energy or effectiveness; extremely tired; completely exhausted.

Drained - Very tired.