Emotion and Excitement Thesis Statement

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Topic: Excitement
Thesis Statement: This descriptive essay will describe what excitement is and how does it feel, when or where do you we get excited. Outline:
I. Introduction

A. What is excitement
1. A feeling of great enthusiasm and eagerness.
2. Something that arouses such a feeling; an exciting incident.

II. Main Body

A. How does it feel?
1.  Positive, pleasant feeling
2. Over whelming emotion
3. Positive stress

B. When do we feel it?
1. Love
2. Goals
3. Random
4. Something New

III. Conclusion

Excitement is a feeling of great enthusiasm and eagerness; it’s something that arouses such a feeling. It’s a positive, pleasant feeling, an overwhelming emotion and a positive stress. We feel it when we’re in love, while achieving goals, when there is something new, and much other random stuff.

Excitement an Incredible Power

The title says excitement an incredible power, but do we really know what excitement is? The dictionary says excitement is a feeling of great enthusiasm and eagerness, something that arouses such a feeling. Science says excitement is an emotional feeling emitted by the brain with the same feeling as fear. I say that excitement is my way of living the everyday waking up is excitement itself, asking mom what’s for breakfast is another and thinking of how my day will proceed is the greatest example. Excitement is something that is born with us. It is part of our daily lives. It’s a positive and a pleasant feeling. It feels the same as fear, but fear will give you negative thoughts but excitement will give you positive ones. It feels as if blood is pumping through your veins in a very fast pace. That feeling that you know there is something explosive that’s going to happen but you can’t define what it is. That feeling that there would be a big event and your choices will lead to a lot of possible outcomes. In short...
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