Please watch the link below and answer the questions https://www.ted.com/talks/lisa_feldman_barrett_you_aren_t_at_the_mercy_of_your_emotions_your_brain_creates_them
-you have been taught all of your life that emotions like anger, sadness, joy, surprise, and disgust are universal. They live lives of their own in our minds. How does this video change your thinking on that? Or how does it not change your thinking?
-Dr. Feldman Barrett’s argument that one is responsible and in control of their emotions seems really great for regulating our reactions everyday inconveniences, but how well do you think taking responsibility for and controlling our emotions could deal with much more intense emotional reactions for situations that we can’t control? For example, many Americans live in a world where they experience voting suppression. How could regulating one’s emotions lead to positive change in such a circumstance?