CMST_Final[1]

CMST_Final[1] - As a group, we first chose an emotion then...

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As a group, we first chose an emotion then picked an object that we felt we could relate to one another. We chose depression as our emotion because we felt there were a lot of objects that we could uniquely relate to depression. Initially we chose our object to be a flower. We assumed that it would be easy to relate, but during our discussions; we were faced with many obstacles with this object. After numerous meetings and discussions, we changed our object from a flower to the weather. We felt weather was a broad object that had considerable amounts of meanings and could be easily compared to our emotion of depression. A general definition of a weather depression is when warm air from the South collides with cool air from the North, causing a friction between the two climates. It will have a defined period of warm and cold weather and will surely have a complete life cycle. We tied this in with our emotion of depression, because it also can be defined like this. Depression is an illness that affects one’s mood and controls one’s thoughts. Contrary to many peoples’ beliefs, depression not only affects
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