Empathy Words

Afraid – feeling fear or anxiety, frightened 

Angry – mad

Anxious – uneasy, worried, and fearful about something

Brave – having courage

Calm – not feeling strong emotions

Confused – mixed up

Curious – eager to know or learn

Disappointed – not meeting someone’s hope, desire, or expectation

Embarrassed – feeling awkward, self-conscious, or ashamed

Emotion – a deep feeling

Empathy – the ability to understand and share the feelings of another person

Energetic  with a high level of energy

Excited – enthusiastic and eager

Feelings – an emotional state or reaction

Frustrated – feeling or expressing distress and annoyance, especially because of inability to change or achieve something

Happy – glad

Hopeful – feeling optimism about a future event

Lonely – feeling sad because you’re without companions 

Mad – very angry 

Nervous – uneasy

Proud – pleased with yourself

Relaxed – free from tension and anxiety; at ease

Sad – unhappy, feeling sorrow

Scared – feeling afraid

Silly – playfully lighthearted and amusing

Surprised – feeling astonished by something unexpected 

Upset – feeling disappointed, unhappy, or worried