Every muscle contraction we have, every sound we produce is stimulated by what we feel. Consequently, to improve our actions and interactions we should not ignore our emotions ("No, no. I'm fine...") nor let them loose ("Aaargh! F***$#%!") but observe them, recognize them and express them with precision ("I'm scared"). The problem, however, is that we never learned how to do it and the current models designed to help us present a few flaws: