-ed / -ing adjectives

Many English adjectives of emotion/feeling are formed from the -ed / -ing forms of verbs:

Positive

verb -ed -ing noun
You ____ me! I'm _____! How _____! What _____!
amaze amazed amazing amazement
amuse amused amusing amusement
astound astounded astounding astonishment
bewitch bewitched bewitching bewitchment
captivate captivated captivating a captivation
challenge challenged challenging a challenge
charm charmed charming charm
comfort comforted comforting comfort
concern concerned concerning concern
convince convinced convincing conviction
encourage encouraged encouraging encouragement
enchant enchanted enchanting enchantment
energize energized energizing energy
entertain entertained entertaining entertainment
enthrall enthralled enthralling enthrallment
excite excited exciting excitement
exhaust exhausted exhausting exhaustion
fascinate fascinated fascinating fascination
flatter flattered flattering flattery
fulfill fulfilled fulfilling fulfillment
gratify gratified gratifying gratification
gratify gratified gratifying gratification
humiliate humiliated humiliating humiliation
interest interested interesting interest
intrigue intrigued intriguing intrigue
move moved moving  
please pleased pleasing (pleasant) a pleasure
relax relaxed relaxing relaxation
relieve relieved relieving a relief
satisfy satisfied satisfying satisfaction
soothe soothed soothing  
surprise surprised surprising a surprise
tempt tempted tempting temptation
touch touched touching  
thrill thrilled thrilling a thrill
titilate titilated titilating titilation

Negative

verb -ed -ing noun
You ____ me! I'm _____! How _____! What _____!
aggravate aggravated aggravating aggravation
alarm alarmed alarming alarm
annoy annoyed annoying annoyance
bewilder bewildered bewildering bewilderment
bore bored boring boredom
confound confounded confounding  
confuse confused confusing confusion
depress depressed depressing depression
devastate devastated devastating devastation
disappoint disappointed disappointing disappointment
discourage discouraged discouraging discouragement
disgust disgusted disgusting disgust
dishearten disheartened disheartening disheartenment
dismay dismayed dismaying dismay
displease displeased displeasing displeasure
distress distressed distressing distress
disturb disturbed disturbing disturbance
embarrass embarrassed embarrassing embarrassment
exasperate exasperated exasperating exasperation
fatigue fatigued fatiguing fatigue
frighten frightened frightening fright
frustrate frustrated frustrating frustration
horrify horrified horrifying horror
insult insulted insulting an insult
irritate irritated irritating irritation
mortify mortified mortifying mortification
mystify mystified mystifying mystification
overwhelm overwhelmed overwhelming overwhelmingness
perplex perplexed perplexing perplexity
perturb perturbed perturbing perturbation
puzzle puzzled puzzling puzzlement
shock shocked shocking a shock
sicken sickened sickening sickness
terrify terrified terrifying terror
threaten threatened threatening a threat
tire tired tiring tiredness
trouble troubled troubling trouble
unnerve unnerved unnerving  
unsettle unsettled unsettling unsettledness
upset upset upsetting  
vex vexed (vext) vexing vexation

Let me know if you can think of any more!

(Thanks to Vince Marx for some of these...)