Psychology Definitions: Feeling Felt
Feeling felt is a term often used by Daniel Siegel. He explains that feeling felt is the subjective experience of mental state attunement.
Feeling felt is the sense that we exist in the mind of another person. Intimate relationships thrive on intense emotional exchanges that involve sensations of “feeling felt.” We are known by another, and we know them. Feeling felt is the cure for loneliness.
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