Emotion Sharing

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emotion sharing (v.)
Applies tosystem functions

Emotion sharing is when the emotions that one member of the system is feeling bleed over to the others.

For example, if they are upset by something, the other members might experience some or all of this feeling as well.

This might be a persistent aspect of the system, or it can vary over time. The degree of sharing might vary between members, or be specific to members of a subsystem.

Related Terms[edit | edit source]

Memory sharing is when memories are shared between multiple members.

Thoughtbleeding is when thoughts are unintentionally shared with another headmate. Thoughtsharing is when thoughts are otherwise shared with another headmate.