From Pluralpedia, the collaborative plurality dictionary
animotic (adj.)
Other formsanimive (n.)[1], anima-mate (n.)
Applies toheadmates
Originpossibly ?quoi collective[2]

An animotic headmate co-fronts or fronts to make the system acknowledge and work through negative emotions instead of repressing or ignoring them. Depending on the intentions of the system member in question, they could be considered a protector or a persecutor, or both simultaneously.

Related Terms[edit | edit source]

Emotional processor and exposurist describe similar behaviours.

History[edit | edit source]

The term come from animi motus, Latin for "emotion", and anima/animus, Latin for "soul, life, mind, heart, feeling".

This term is referenced in multiple collections, though none of the referenced coining posts are still available.

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