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Human needs The following list of needs is neither exhaustive nor definitive.

It is meant as a starting place to support anyone who wishes to engage in a process of self-discovery and to facilitate greater understanding and connection between people. Connection acceptance affection appreciation belonging cooperation communication closeness community companionship compassion consideration consistency empathy inclusion intimacy love mutuality nurturing respect/self-respect safety security stability support to know and be known to see and be seen to understand and be understood trust warmth Physical Well-Being air food movement/exercise rest/sleep sexual expression safety shelter touch water Honesty authenticity integrity presence Play joy humor Peace beauty communion ease equality harmony inspiration order Meaning awareness celebration of life challenge clarity competence consciousness contribution creativity discovery efficacy effectiveness growth hope learning mourning participation purpose self-expression stimulation to matter understanding Autonomy choice freedom independence space spontaneity

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Feelings Inventory The following are words we use when we want to express a combination of emotional states and physical sensations. This list is neither exhaustive nor definitive. It is meant as a starting place to support anyone who wishes to engage in a process of selfdiscovery and to facilitate greater understanding and connection between people. Feelings when your needs are satisfied Peaceful Engaged Affectionate calm absorbed compassionate clear headed alert friendly comfortable curious loving centered engrossed open hearted content enchanted sympathetic fulfilled entranced tender quiet fascinated warm relaxed interested relieved intrigued Joyful satisfied involved amused serene spellbound delighted still stimulated glad tranquil happy trusting Inspired jubilant amazed pleased awed tickled wonder Feelings when your needs are not satisfied Disquiet Disconnected Fatigue agitated alienated beat alarmed aloof burnt out discombobulated apathetic depleted disconcerted bored exhausted disturbed cold lethargic perturbed detached listless rattled distant sleepy restless indifferent tired shocked numb weary startled removed worn out surprised uninterested troubled withdrawn Vulnerable turbulent fragile turmoil Afraid guarded uncomfortable apprehensive helpless uneasy dread insecure unnerved frightened leery unsettled mistrustful reserved upset panicked sensitive petrified shaky Yearning scared envious suspicious Angry jealous terrified enraged longing wary furious nostalgic worried incensed pining indignant wistful irate livid outraged resentful Exhilarated blissful ecstatic elated enthralled exuberant radiant rapturous thrilled Confident empowered open proud safe secure Excited amazed animated aroused astonished eager energetic giddy invigorated lively passionate surprised vibrant Hopeful expectant encouraged optimistic Aversion animosity appalled contempt disgusted dislike hate horrified hostile repulsed Embarrassed ashamed chagrined flustered guilty mortified self-conscious Annoyed aggravated dismayed displeased exasperated frustrated impatient irritated irked Tense anxious cranky distressed edgy fidgety frazzled irritable jittery nervous overwhelmed restless stressed out Confused ambivalent baffled bewildered dazed hesitant lost mystified perplexed puzzled torn Refreshed enlivened rejuvenated renewed rested restored revived Grateful appreciative moved thankful touched

Sad depressed dejected despair despondent disappointed discouraged disheartened forlorn gloomy heavy hearted hopeless melancholy unhappy wretched Pain agony anguished bereaved devastated grief heartbroken hurt lonely miserable regretful remorseful 2005 by Center for Nonviolent Communication