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The Sibling Connection
The "SAD" Family of Feelings


Sad    Despondent   Grief   Sorrow   Martyred  

Regretful   Remorseful   Hurt   Empty   Undeserving  

Useless   Hopeless   Pathetic   Pitiful    Alone  

Upset    Lonely   Unwanted

Rejected   Unloved   Alienated   Depressed  

Sorry    Down   In the dumps   Worthless  

Heartless    Insignificant   Tearful    Self-defeating   

Regret   Needy   Inept    Disillusioned

Forgotten   Abused   Left out   Suicidal   Bereavement   Wounded

Broken hearted    Blue    Inadequate   Grief-stricken    Apologetic  

Discounted   Abandoned  

Guilty    (What? How can that be in this family too? Some people say they feel guilty when they really mean they are sad. For example, John says he feels guilty for not saying something to his sister so that she would have gone to the doctor sooner, when he really means he is feels sad and helpless to have prevented her death. )


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