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Before speaking, focus on the positives that could come from the conversation. Make sure you are in a positive place yourself before you see them, and do not let them pull you into a negative place. Do you have tips to share about increasing emotional intelligence? If yes, please share them in the comments below. Emotional intelligence and interpersonal relations. Development and validation of a measure of emotional intelligence. Why does self-reported emotional intelligence predict job performance? A meta-analytic investigation of mixed EI.
That you are not guarding all that info as key to your strategy is often enough to put a stop to any EQ games. I am an Emotional Researcher for 9. Situations give us the emotions. The emotions give us the Thoughts. When I have a situation that causes me to have suicidal thoughts, I don't go at the thoughts I go at the emotions producing them, and the actions of the situation. The infant hears, but more importantly feels, the intensity of the emotions being expressed by the loud voice and cries.
Fast forward several years and your sweet one has just hauled off and hit her brother. Or he flat out refuses to clean up his toys, or do his homework, or whatever the issue is. The emotions are palpable, you can almost see them flowing back and forth between you and your child.
When you and your child are emotional and reacting, stop, take a breath and pull your emotional energy back, instead of diving into your emotions and projecting their full intensity outward in a reaction. So, the best thing to do when a child is processing emotions is to reduce the amount of words you say, and pull your emotional energy back. Make one statement, or give one command, or share one bit of information, and then go silent and wait.
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Stay present in the moment. Watch for a change. If you will be trying a new approach, inform the parent that you will be evaluating the child's response on an ongoing basis to determine the effectiveness and viability of the strategy. You may find yourself dealing with a family whose attitudes, values and dynamics are at variance with yours. As a professional, you should respect that family's "culture" even if you are not in agreement with it. A young teacher was conferencing with a set of parents.
The father was quite domineering and tended to "cut off" his wife whenever she attempted to make a comment. The teacher scolded the Dad and told him to "allow your wife to get a word in". The teacher was quite proud of her actions. She shouldn't have been. In my opinion, the teacher was unprofessional. Further, I would imagine that this interaction had a negative, long-term impact upon her relationship and collaboration with that family. I have learned to self-soothe and it has changed my life. Instead of spiraling into catastrophic thoughts, I can now give someone the benefit of the doubt, or practice self-compassion.
Depending on others to soothe my emotions handicapped me and made me much more miserable than a I needed to be. Once I learned that I could soothe my own emotions, I became much stronger and more resilient. Hi Allie - thank you for your tip! Giving others the benefit of the doubt is hard, but can be an important way to shift your thinking.flamusmepar.ga
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Thanks for the opportunity it will be my pleasure Dr. Dorance- Hall. First great article thanks. I'm writing a massive article on Emotional Intelligence and will be using some cited content from your article.
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Here's question 9: 9. The high emotions are in descending order beginning from Love and ending with Calm. Love-is the greatest of all feelings because it incompases all the green feelings. The feelings below love are dilutions of Love in various degrees. Love supplies us a warm personal attachment or deep affection as for a parent, child, pet or friend.
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It gives us the quality or feeling of being thankful and grateful. Passion- We feel a strong or extravagant fondness, enthusiasm or desire for anything. Happiness- Brings us good fortune, pleasure and contentment. Excitement- Something that excites us by moving ourselves in an uncontrolled way as in winning one million dollars! Hope- is the feeling that what is wanted can be had or that events will turn out for the best. Satisfaction- is confident acceptance of something as satisfactory, dependable or true.