Take A Hike: Strengthen Your Emotional Intelligence

Take ten, time out, take a hike are all useful ideas for dealing with negative emotions. Use it to rate the importance of the issue. Ten is exploding and ready to kill; five is just happens too often; one is not worth my getting upset.  Ratings above a five need to be addressed. How: maybe …

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FEELING AWARENESS MEANS BEING A FEELING DETECTIVE – SESSION TWO

SESSION TWO: Feelings  can hide, strengthen quietly,  then jump out of hiding to become your boss. You need to know when a feeling first visits to stay its boss.   WHY FEELING AWARENESS MATTERS  As has been  said, “Keep your friends close; your enemies closer.”  Knowledge is power.  The more you know about feelings, the more …

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A new me? No thanks

Self-acceptance is a sign of #Emotional_Intelligence.  So amid the many New Year resolutions calling for a new or slightly new you, it might be better to say,  “Thank you, but no Thank You. Me as I am now is good enough. Emotional Intelligence thoughts Perfection is preached and when we are not perfect, we are …

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Brainstorm failure?

 Emotional Fitness Training was my brainstorm in response to the #Emotional_Intelligence movement.  I was looking for a way to entice more people to pay attention to their emotional health.  We all need to work to stay strong emotionally. This post was inspired by this daily post prompt: What’s the best idea you’ve ever had? My answer: …

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