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The Sibling Connection
The "Glad" Family of Feelings


Alive    Calm   Relaxed   Peaceful   Happy  

Connected   Inspired   Amused   Pleased    Relieved  

Ecstatic    Joyous   Serene   Joyful   Loved   Anticipating  Encouraged

Over the moon    Excited   Affectionate   Appreciated   Enthusiastic   Patient

Esteemed   Liked   Courageous   Zealous  

Cared for   Hopeful   Optimistic  Eager   Proud  

Jolly   Friendly   Adventurous    Gratified  

Delighted   Sure    Alert    Comforted   Accepted

Content    Helpful   Respected   Consoled   Included  

Tender   Capable   Adored    Untroubled    Nurtured  

Worthy   Vibrant   Gratified   Brave   Valiant   Enchanted   Full of life   

Welcoming    Warm    Benevolent   


Next family of feelings





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