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Relationships without quarrels and resentment

Relationships without quarrels and resentment

Is it possible to build a good relationship? After all, the quality of interaction with people makes us happy. Any relationship is accompanied by emotions because without any emotions associated with this person, the relationship would not have begun. Emotions are the...

Money and emotions

Money and emotions

Do emotions affect your financial situation, or does money control them? All great desires for abundance can be shattered by emotional blocks, beliefs, and hidden attitudes about money. What do you think about money? Is it good or bad to have a lot of them? Or maybe...

How to deal with anxiety: 7 ways to help

How to deal with anxiety: 7 ways to help

Anxiety is the excitement, excitement, anxiety, fear, or anticipation of something bad. And, very importantly, anxiety is often quite vague and indistinct - we are afraid of unclear things or many things at once. Such anxiety is a very natural and normal reaction of...

Emotional health

Emotional health

What kind of healthy person is he? This state is not only a complete absence of disease but also a feeling of inner well-being. Emotional health is a delicate thing and depends on the settings of a person's inner world. A...

Emotional Intelligence Pyramid

Emotional Intelligence Pyramid

The nature of emotional intelligence has fascinated researchers for decades. Scientists measure, structure, examine positives, seek out negative ones, crystallize knowledge of practical use, try to implement techniques in the short term and for the long term....

Mood and emotions. What is the difference?

Mood and emotions. What is the difference?

It is customary to call the mood a complex state of the human soul, diffused in time, and emotion is a shorter mental process. We can quite easily track down and understand the cause of a particular emotion, but the exact trigger for mood is more difficult to find....

Where do emotions live?

Where do emotions live?

”A person gets sick for many reasons: some get sick from colds, some from weariness and grief. " Confucius. Feelings and emotions, expressed through the body, can influence it. We can say that any emotion speaks to a person through bodily symptoms. By listening...

Individual differences in emotional responses

Individual differences in emotional responses

The nature, properties, and structure of the human psyche have been the objects of discussion for more than one century. The first mentions leading to the issue of emotional intelligence are found in ancient Greek philosophical texts (Plato "Republic", Aristotle...

Applying emotional intelligence

Applying emotional intelligence

Science is interesting, and society is moving towards an ever greater understanding of the true potential and significance of emotional intelligence. Well-being undoubtedly improves if a person learns to follow and understand their states, feelings, raises the level...

Ten pleasant emotions

Ten pleasant emotions

When talking about the positivity or negativity of emotions, every person imagines a similar list of sensory manifestations. Positive emotions for us are those that cause a wave of pleasant sensations, creating a background of pleasure. What can not be said about the...

How do you manage other people’s emotions?

How do you manage other people’s emotions?

Those with a high level of emotional intelligence not only succeed in managing their sensory sphere but also know how to manage the emotions of other people. We are talking about principles based on the assertive approach - the goals of both sides of communication are...

Perception and processing of negative emotions

Perception and processing of negative emotions

Negative emotions are a natural part of our existence. Yes, they can be unpleasant and inconvenient, but these are reactions to what is happening, which carry certain functions. Denying and suppressing negative emotions is an ineffective tactic that does not fight the...

Emotional Bias

Emotional Bias

Emotion and perception: How our emotions change the way we see the world Emotion and the “chicken-or-the egg” paradox Our emotions impact how we perceive and respond to the world around us; how we interpret and, subsequently, judge the actions of others. We rarely...

Sixteen Enjoyable Emotions

Sixteen Enjoyable Emotions

What does one mean by saying an emotion is either positive or negative? When we use the term negative we don’t know which emotion is being referred to. Is it fear, anger, disgust, or is it the implication that it doesn’t really matter? If we lump them together we...

Characteristics of Emotions

Characteristics of Emotions

Have you ever caught yourself wondering how and why we become emotional? First, it’s important to note the similar characteristics of emotions, regardless of the emotion being felt. Here’s a quick breakdown of some common characteristics of emotions: There is a...

Mood vs. Emotion: Differences & Traits

Mood vs. Emotion: Differences & Traits

A quick view of mood vs. emotion In an excerpt taken from “The Nature Of Emotion“, Dr. Ekman lays out five factors of mood vs. emotion. Variations in duration, provocation, modulation, facial expression, and awareness of cause support Dr. Ekman’s argument for the...

How we experience emotions differently

How we experience emotions differently

We each experience the same emotions, but we all experience them differently. While my best known work is on the universal elements in emotion, I am now examining the exact opposite, how each individual’s emotional response or experience is unique. Individual...

Emotional Intelligence in Career Planning

Emotional Intelligence in Career Planning

Have you ever noticed that some people just seem to understand you better? These people know when a friend is down, even if they haven't said so, or know that their parents had a hard day at work. They're generally easy to get along with and don't pick fights with...

Emotional Agility

Emotional Agility

Sixteen thousand—that’s how many words we speak, on average, each day. So imagine how many unspoken ones course through our minds. Most of them are not facts but evaluations and judgments entwined with emotions—some positive and helpful (I’ve worked hard and I can ace...

Interpersonal emotion regulation

Interpersonal emotion regulation

Abstract A staple theme in clinical psychology, emotion regulation, or the ability to manage one’s emotions, is directly linked with personal wellbeing and the ability to effectively navigate the social world. Until recently, this concept has been limited to a focus...

Emotional competemce framework

Emotional competemce framework

SOURCES: This generic competence framework distills findings from: MOSAIC competencies for professional and administrative occupations (U.S. Office of Personnel Management); Spencer and Spencer, Competence at Work; and top performance and leadership competence studies...

A New Layered Model on Emotional Intelligence

A New Layered Model on Emotional Intelligence

Abstract Emotional Intelligence (EI) has been an important and controversial topic during the last few decades. Its significance and its correlation with many domains of life has made it the subject of expert study. EI is the rudder for feeling, thinking, learning,...

The Science of Emotional Intelligence

The Science of Emotional Intelligence

  Keywords: emotional intelligence, emotions, intelligence, emotional competencies, consensus and controversy Abstract. Almost from its inception, the emotional intelligence (EI) construct has been an elusive one. After nearly 2 decades of research, Assessment:...

The Business Case for Emotional Intelligence

The Business Case for Emotional Intelligence

The following 19 points build a case for how emotional intelligence contributes to the bottom line in any work organization. Based on data from a variety of sources, it can be a valuable tool for HR practitioners and managers who need to make the case in their own...