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Every time you notice yourself experiencing an emotion (happiness, anger, frustration, fear, guilt, surprise, or any emotion at all), record the following:
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User: Every time you notice yourself experiencing an emotion (happiness, anger, frustration, fear, guilt, surprise, or any emotion at all), record the following:

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User: ?Day and time ?The experience in which you were engaged ?The emotion ?The cause of the emotion ?How you felt in both mind and body (include facial expressions and physiological responses) ?The reaction of others around you, if applicable

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