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feel·ing

(fēl'ing),
1. Any kind of conscious experience of sensation.
2. The mental perception of a sensory stimulus.
3. A quality of any mental state or mood, whereby it is recognized as pleasurable or the reverse.
4. A bodily sensation that is correlated with a given emotion.

feeling

(fē′lĭng)
n.
1. The sensation involving perception by touch.
2. A physical sensation, as of pain.
3. An affective state of consciousness, such as that resulting from emotions or desires.

feel·ing

(fēl'ing)
1. Conscious experience of sensation.
2. Mental perception of a sensory stimulus.
3. Quality of any mental state or mood, whereby it is recognized as pleasurable or not.
4. Bodily sensation correlated with a given emotion.

Patient discussion about feeling

Q. What drug do you feel is the largest threat to our nation? There are lots and lots of drugs easily available to man kind. What drug do you feel is the largest threat to our nation?

A. Hydrofluosilicic acid which is a hazradous waste byproduct of the phosphate industry used to fluoridate water in two thirds of this country! Even if you don't have it in your community, processed foods mafe in cities that do will have it. I could list for days how this is a "drug". It has political roots as to why it is even used in the first place and it does NOT help with tooth decay, FACT! It leaches calcium out of the bones. Many are told they have osteoporosis when in could be osteosacoma that they have. It builds up in your bodies and can cause cancer. If this substance was not sold to municipalities for drinking water, the phosphate industry would have to dispose of it as a hazardous waste product which would cost millions yet they sell it to cities for their water supplies and make a very handsome profit!
Interesting to note, "fluoride" was used by the Germans to make the Holocaust submissive! Hmmm.. wonder what the real reason is for putting it into our wa

Q. What can I do to try to feel better? Though taking medicine prescribed by my doctor, is there any things I can do to minimize the impact of fibromyalgia in my life. What can I do to try to feel better?

A. Yes, there are many things you can do to minimize the impact of fibromyalgia on your life. These include: Getting enough sleep – Exercising - Making changes at work –Eating well –Of course, it is important to have a healthy, balanced diet. Not only will proper nutrition give you more energy and make you generally feel better, it will also help you avoid other health problems.

Q. I feel that I am in depression. I need help? I’m aged 14, male. My childhood was horrible and till now my life is in sad shape. I cried for many days and felt “why I am living?” All my friends are happy and I'm not. My mom is a divorcee; I’m staying with grandma. The crux of my problem is only that. I want to deal with this and feel unhappy to discuss with others especially to my friends. I feel that I am in depression. I need help ?

A. My boy,
It sounds like you are dealing with emotional neglect. You need love and affection which is lacking. You are in 14, so do consult your school counselor and seek their help. They can help you. You must get treatment for depression also to have a smooth life at this young age. Do talk to your counselor and they’ll know what help is available to you. Enjoy your life. I wish you all the best. Never blame yourself.

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I see it feelingly," he plays out the "how-tos" of a process he calls actorly reading.
complexion, he shall find himself most feelingly personated.
Marx, in Capital, wrote feelingly about nineteenth-century movements for factory legislation and the ten-hours bill, describing the latter as a great victory for the political economy of the working class.
I can remember old fellows in my home town speaking feelingly of an evening spent on the big empty plains.
In Homely Girl, A Life, only when Janice is seen "feelingly" by her blind husband Charles can she be liberated and made whole, while in Broken Glass, seeing traumatic photographs of the victims of Kristallnacht causes a "felt" paralysis in Sylvia.
"How good it is, how easy, in the forest, / where you know what waits for you / adores the horror & minutiae: small bones I shattered, the slim rim of the iris in dilation." In "Toward Lost Letters" Teare states, "All my life I've remained the student I who "thinks feelingly,' a professor once wrote.
(1) Herbert Tucker makes this point feelingly in "A Victorianist Squints at Y2K," JPRS 9 (Spring 2000): 5-11.
After reading Fictions of Disease, one can truthfully say of even the most fleeting Shakespearean reference to a 'pil'd pate', I see it feelingly.
'The worst thing is when you get a really noisy crowd - lager louts and that,' one of Jolene's fellow-dancers says feelingly.
He writes well, fluently and feelingly. "A still feudal church struggles to meet the modern world as the modern world merges with post-modern currents of thought that threaten religious belief as we know it." (p6)
Matthew Bogdanos spoke feelingly of how the thefts included, "most notably and lamentably, the Sacred Vase of Warka, a Sumerian piece from about 3000 B.C."
Persaud "is a rooted Guyanese even when he is writing from snowy Canada," Fergus says, writing "feelingly of Guyana's natural environment." Persaud also writes feelingly of Canada, and of India.