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'''Bleedover''', or '''Bleedthrough''', is a term for the emotions, feelings, or thoughts of a [[headmate]], typically one not [[fronting]], to the system member in front. Bleedover can be as simple as the fronter passively desiring something that another headmate enjoys to something more extreme, such as sudden intense emotions due to a headmate feeling them strongly enough to influence the physical body.
'''Bleedover''', or '''bleedthrough''', is a term for the emotions, feelings, or thoughts of a [[headmate]], typically one not [[fronting]], to the system member in front. Bleedover can be as simple as the fronter passively desiring something that another headmate enjoys to something more extreme, such as sudden intense emotions due to a headmate feeling them strongly enough to influence the physical body.
 
Full conversations held through bleedover are often referred to as [[thoughtsharing]] conversations.
 
Unintentional thought bleedover can be called [[thoughtbleeding]].


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Latest revision as of 04:02, 13 November 2021

bleedover (n.)
Synonymsbleedthrough
Applies tosystem functions

Bleedover, or bleedthrough, is a term for the emotions, feelings, or thoughts of a headmate, typically one not fronting, to the system member in front. Bleedover can be as simple as the fronter passively desiring something that another headmate enjoys to something more extreme, such as sudden intense emotions due to a headmate feeling them strongly enough to influence the physical body.

Full conversations held through bleedover are often referred to as thoughtsharing conversations.

Unintentional thought bleedover can be called thoughtbleeding.

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