So, I have a (personality quirk?), I'm not sure what to call it to be honest. I experience one emotion much more complexly than the others. I'm aware most people have a very (shallow?) depth to the pools of their own emotions in totality. And this is even more true for me in all cases but one. Anger. I personally think that everyone has two to three " levels" of each emotion, and of most of them I experience one to two "levels", except anger. I experience anger and any associated feelings much more thoroughly than other people. Something like eight to twelve "levels".
Does anyone have an explanation for why this may be the case?
I'm almost too honest, everyone I know refers to me as brutally honest, unapologetic, and blunt. I don't regard anger as always a negative emotion. Sometimes it is quite positive.
I'ma highly intuitive person, picking up on the slightest facial ticks and specifically discerning vocal pattern discrepancies and what those discrepancies mean. I don't know if this is related just putting it here for consideration.
I do know that the only thing keeping me from being the most disliked person in my circles is the layers of logic I wrap around that anger to keep it under control.
Feel free to ask more questions if you think they may be related to this... Thing...
Also I have no idea if this is in the correct thread because I don't have a clue what the acronyms stand for. Apologies.