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What is your reaction when you hear the news? There are so many different reactions that we make. Sometimes it’s a happy reaction, sometimes it’s a sad one. It all depends on what type of news we’re hearing and whether or not we like the person who sent us said news. With this blog post, I will show you 11 different faces that people might make when they get some shocking news!
It’s important to remember that not everyone will react in the same way, but as a general guideline, we can use these faces when talking about what it might look like if someone hears shocking news. These are some of everyday reactions and responses people have!
The first one is shock: You’re eyes widen and your mouth hangs open with disbelief. There may be tears coming down from your cheeks or you could start shaking uncontrollably because you don’t know how to handle the information you just received (which I hope won’t happen!) The second type of face for this blog post is sheer happiness: This person has wide eyes and probably looks overwhelmed by their emotions. They’re jumping up and down clapping their hands together while they have a huge grin on their face. The third type of reaction is disbelief: This person has wide eyes and an open mouth as they’re receiving the shocking news. Their hands are probably in front of them, palms up with shock written all over their face.
The fourth one is tears: You would be shaking your head back and forth repeatedly because you can’t believe what just happened or even if it’s something that didn’t happen but could have/should have been prevented from happening anyway – like when someone gets cancer that was caused by smoking cigarettes for 40 years! There might also be tears streaming down this persons cheeks while they look at the floor to avoid anyone seeing them cry (that’s not uncommon). Finally we get to angry-this is the face you make when someone has made a major mistake and it’s not something that anyone could have predicted. Sometimes it might be because of what they did, sometimes it is because of how long this person had to wait for help or even some other minor annoyance-like waiting two hours in traffic!
The fourth one is tears: You would be shaking your head back and forth repeatedly because you can’t believe what just happened or even if it’s something that didn’t happen but could have/should have been prevented from happening anyway – like when someone gets cancer that was caused by smoking cigarettes for 40 years! There might also be tears streaming down this persons cheeks while they look at the floor to avoid anyone seeing them cry (that’s not the face when they’re happy!)
Some of us might have the fifth one on their face: a smile. This is for those who just got engaged or had an amazing vacation and need to tell everyone about it! The sixth type of reaction would be laughter- like how you react after telling a really funny joke that your friend didn’t hear because they were too busy talking with someone else, so all you can do is laugh at them silently but then quickly excuse yourself from the situation. Laughing also happens during moments where there’s been some kind of relief happen – maybe something went wrong but in this instance was resolved pretty well? Or even if someone said something clever that made sense out of what could’ve been total nonsense, causing more laughing.
The seventh type of reaction would be tears. When you see someone finally being accepted into the school that they’ve been dreaming about since childhood, or when your favorite team just won an important game after a season-long battle with their rival – these are the times where it’s normal to shed some happy tears! Tears also happen even during moments of relief; for example, if you were able to get something done before a deadline and there was no negative consequence from missing this deadline (a good thing!), then those feelings might result in crying as well. This is because all your anxiety and worries have now left you and instead laughter takes over. The eighth type of reaction would be anger: getting angry at someone who has wronged them badly, or even just snapping at someone for something they said that was not in any way offensive.
When we are happy, sometimes it is hard to contain those emotions and the tears come out as a result! There’s no shame in crying when you’re feeling strong feelings of happiness – this can be very therapeutic because your body needs to release these chemicals like dopamine so you stop craving more happiness.
The eighth type of reaction would be anger: getting angry at someone who has wronged them badly, or even just snapping at someone for something they said that was not in any way offensive. When we get angry, our cortisol levels increase which often leads people into “fight-or-flight” mode; if there is nothing physical to do to take care of the anger, our body will release these chemicals and we’ll be left with increased heart rate.
When you’re sad or feeling down in the dumps, it can often help to talk about what’s going on that is causing those feelings: seeking out someone who has your best interests at heart so they can offer advice and support if needed. Asking for feedback from people close by – even if it’s just a text message or quick phone call – may also lift one’s spirits because their attention is focused on something positive rather than negative.
The final type of reaction would be fear: being scared of death as an inevitable event, or other scary things like spiders! The more fearful we are in life, the more fearful we are likely to be in our death.
These reactions can often play out differently depending on the individual person and the context of their situation, but they all have one thing in common: they’re uncomfortable or unpleasant because of whatever it is that’s making them happen. 🙂
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When you find yourself feeling out of control with fear for no reason at all, try doing something physical like going for a walk, reading a book aloud from start to finish as loudly as possible so your voice has more impact or even watching an intense movie! These activities will help shift your focus away from what scares you and onto things which are more interesting. Long-Form Content Example – Continued (contd): Faces When… (continued) The face you make when your parents are asking about the person you’re dating or because they want to know how many people you’ve slept with, and it’s not something that feels appropriate for them to ask about. In these cases, try telling them what is okay to talk about and what isn’t: “I’m really happy in this relationship” might be a topic you feel comfortable talking about but being asked if there have been any other relationships before doesn’t sound like a conversation starter that would lead anywhere good! This will help avoid awkward conversations later on; no one wants their mom worrying too much