Expectations of creator and recipient can be very different

Being an experience creator or emotional caregiver is not an easy task, and it is important to set up correct expectations between yourself and the recipient. When dealing with potential clients who responded to your emotional experience listing on Emotions Market - consider asking the following questions to your potential buyers. This should give you a better understanding. However, be careful asking uncomfortable questions and consider how much you want the recipient to share with you. 

Ask your emotional experience recipient

  • What do you see as the purpose of the experience?
  • Which emotions are you wishing to address, and in which way?
  • Are you on any medication?
  • Do you have any allergies?
  • Fears or Phobias?
  • Have you previously had an experience you are now wishing to repeat?
  • Do you feel emotional aggression or emotional overwhelm?
  • How do you see my (experience creator) role?  e.g., Listener, Producer, Performer, Co-performer, Play partner, Guide, Coach, Chaperone, Advisor, other

If you feel uncomfortable or unwilling to offer the experience - you can refuse. Please do so politely. You can address a person to another experience on Emotions Market to the Mental health crisis helplines page. Learn more in our creator zone and creator frequently asked questions

It is important to understand why someone would want an emotional experience in the first place.


Here at Emotions Market, we offer a friendly space for people to publish and find sensory and emotional experiences. However, we are not part of the deal between the creator and the recipient, so it's important that any misunderstandings are sorted out between the creator and the buyer.