"Who Else Wants To Fully Understand And Enhance Their Emotional Intelligence?" Preview: In this book, get to know Robert Plutchik’s Wheel of Emotions and other dyads that result from a combination of the basic emotions. Learn the theories of emotions. Do you get angry before you tremble? Do you smile before feeling happy? Why do we have emotions? Get to know the intrapersonal, interpersonal, and sociocultural purposes of emotions. Where does Emotional Intelligence fall under Howard Gardner’s Theory of Multiple Intelligences? EQ and IQ are always pitted against each other, but each has its own limitation where the strength of the other lies. Neither EQ nor IQ test can determine your success in life, but why take them? How is your emotional competence? Get to know a detailed description of the five dimensions of Emotional Intelligence and their subsets. Which competencies do you currently have? Which should you have? What are the implications of Low EQ? Even though you don’t take an EQ test, low EQ will always be apparent. Get the know illnesses and personality disorders related to EQ and how to manage them: emotional blindness, emotional blunting, reactive attachment disorder, narcissism, high-functioning autism, depression, bipolar disorder, antisocial disorder, and anxiety disorders. Can emotional intelligence really determine your success and failure in life? There are four levels of readiness to go through successful behavior change. Where are you currently? This guide is based on Emotional Intelligence pioneer Daniel Goleman and can be used for both academic and practical purposes. GET YOUR COPY TODAY!
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Emotional Eating: Stop Emotional Eating & Develop Intuitive Eating Habits to Keep Your Weight Down Are you an Emotional Eater? Do you eat anytime you feel upset or happy? Are you frustrated with yourself, but can't figure out how to fix it? Does this sound familiar? You arrive back home from a long day at work. It was stressful, horrible, and all you want to do is curl up on the couch. You know you should eat something healthy for dinner, but you end up eating an entire package of cookies. You feel guilty and shameful after, and the stress is still there. Plus, now you feel physically upset - bloated and fat. Why do you do this to yourself? Why are you like this? How can you change when you don't even know where to start? Emotional eating is a thorny issue and one that affects an average of 30% of adults. It can seem very confusing and hard to deal with, and most don't even know they do it! Emotional Eating: Stop Emotional Eating & Develop Intuitive Eating Habits to Keep Your Weight Down can help! This is a fantastic and comprehensive book, all about how to deal with emotional eating. You can learn so many things that can help you, and things that you'll be able to use both daily and over time. It helps you to develop healthy and lasting habits that get you healthy and in shape. Within the book are tips, explanations, goals, and counsel including: How to deal with your emotional eatingTips on dealing with stressActivities that can replace emotional eatingThe Hunger ScaleHealthy foods Emotional eating triggersThe benefits of journalingHow to lose weight as an emotional eaterSelf-care tipsBinge recoveryHow to avoid stressIntuitive eatingMindful eatingHow therapy can helpHow social media can help with emotional eatingMeditatingHow to treat yourself like royaltyHow to connect with other emotional eatersYour support systemRelaxation techniquesQuestions you can ask yourself before eating
Based on the records of a murder trial that transfixed all of Italy in the late 1870s, this study makes use of a dramatic court case to develop a new paradigm for the history of emotions - the 'emotional arena'. Set in the decade following Italian unification, the context was one of notable cultural variety. An as-yet unexplored aspect of this was that the experience and expression of emotions were as variable as the regions making up the new nation. Through a close examination of the spaces in which daily lives, loves, and deaths unfolded - from marital homes to places of socializing and entertainment, to a Roman court room - Mark Seymour explores the way social 'arenas' are crucial to the historical development of emotional cultural rules. The narrative is driven by the failed marriage of a decorated but allegedly impotent Risorgimento soldier, his wife's scandalous affair with a virile circus artiste (who had a string of previous lovers), and the illicit new couple's murder of the hapless husband. Hundreds of witnesses - from local professionals to servants and even circus clowns - interviewed across the length and breadth of the peninsula, left their personal views on marriage, sexuality, and infidelity. These provide an extraordinary series of peepholes into little-known areas of the new nation's social fabric. A careful yet imaginative reading of the prosecution records, as well as contemporary newspaper coverage, allows reconstruction of the highly emotional experiences of all those touched by this extraordinary story. The result is a classic Italian micro-history with relevance for today's emotionally volatile times.
Do you possess all the qualities required to succeed at work? Do you have what it takes to build fulfilling, gratifying and rewarding personal relationships? What if you were told there is a super power that exists within all of us to help us enjoy more satisfying personal and professional relationships? The secret sauce for building solid personal and business relationships is unfortunately not what we learn in educational institutes. It isn’t technical expertise or fancy degrees or knowledge. The most crucial factor for success in life is an attribute called Emotional Intelligence. The best part is, unlike intelligence quotient, you can actually go ahead and increase your Emotional Quotient with some of the most powerful emotional competency building strategies. Emotional Intelligence: The Definitive Guide to Understanding Your Emotions, How to Improve Your EQ and Your Relationships tells you everything you want to know about emotional intelligence including - -Introduction and Origins of the Concept of Emotional Intelligence - Difference between Intelligence Quotient and Emotional Intelligence - Solid Benefits of Emotional Intelligence - Proven Strategies for Boosting Your Emotional Intelligence - Tons of Real Life Examples of Emotional Intelligence and much more.
A comprehensive, scientific examination of the popular psychological construct of emotional intelligence.
Bool of readings collected by cd-founders of emotional intelligence introduces theory measurement & applications of.
The authors take a complex, under-discussed topic and give teachers and administrators useful, basic guidelines they can put to use quickly in understanding, identifying, and helping this special group of students.
When people are in a certain mood, whether elated or depressed, that mood is often communicated to others. When we are talking to someone who is depressed it may make us feel depressed, whereas if we talk to someone who is feeling self-confident and buoyant we are likely to feel good about ourselves. This phenomenon, known as emotional contagion, is identified here, and compelling evidence for its effects is offered from a variety of disciplines--social and developmental psychology, history, cross-cultural psychology, experimental psychology, and psychopathology. The authors propose a simple mechanism to account for the process of contagion. They argue that people, in their everyday encounters, tend automatically and continuously to synchronize with the facial expressions, voices, postures, movements, and instrumental emotional behaviors of others. Emotional experiences are affected, moment-to-moment, by the feedback from such mimicry. In a series of orderly chapters, the authors provide observational and laboratory evidence to support their propositions. They then offer practical suggestions for clinical psychologists, physicians, husbands and wives, parents, and professionals who wish to become better at shaping the emotional tone of social encounters.
- Author : Joseph E. Zins
- Publisher : Teachers College Press
- Release Date : 2004-04-15
- Genre : Education
- Pages : 244
- ISBN : 0807744395
In this groundbreaking book, nationally recognized leaders in education and psychology examine the relationships between social-emotional education and school success—specifically focusing on interventions that enhance student learning. Offering scientific evidence and practical examples, this volume points out the many benefits of social emotional learning programs, including: building skills linked to cognitive development, encouraging student focus and motivation, improving relationships between students and teachers, creating school-family partnerships to help students achieve, and increasing student confidence and success.
A guide to establishing high-quality social and emotional education programs describes approaches to social and emotional learning for all levels and includes thirty-nine guidelines and field-inspired examples for classrooms, schools, and districts.
This highly original book is both a study of emotional discourse in the Early Middle Ages and a contribution to the debates among historians and social scientists about the nature of human emotions.
Bringing together well-established interdisciplinary scholars – including geographers Phil Hubbard, Chris Philo and Hester Parr, and sociologists Jenny Hockey, Mike Hepworth and John Urry – and a new generation of researchers, this volume presents a wide range of innovative studies of fundamentally important questions of emotion. Following an overarching introduction, three interlinked sections elaborate key intersections between emotions and spatial concepts, on which each chapter offers a particular take informed by substantive research. At the heart of the collection lies a commitment to convey how emotions always spill over from one domain to another, as well as to illuminate the multiplicity of spaces that produce and are produced by emotional life. The book demonstrates the richness that an interdisciplinary engagement with the emotionality of socio-spatial life generates.
Two leading thinkers engage in a landmark conversation about human emotions and the pursuit of psychological fulfillment At their first meeting, a remarkable bond was sparked between His Holiness the Dalai Lama, one of the world's most revered spiritual leaders, and the psychologist Paul Ekman, whose groundbreaking work helped to define the science of emotions. Now these two luminaries share their thinking about science and spirituality, the bonds between East and West, and the nature and quality of our emotional lives. In this unparalleled series of conversations, the Dalai Lama and Ekman prod and push toward answers to the central questions of emotional experience. What are the sources of hate and compassion? Should a person extend her compassion to a torturer—and would that even be biologically possible? What does science reveal about the benefits of Buddhist meditation, and can Buddhism improve through engagement with the scientific method? As they come to grips with these issues, they invite us to join them in an unfiltered view of two great traditions and two great minds. Accompanied by commentaries on the findings of emotion research and the teachings of Buddhism, their interplay—amusing, challenging, eye-opening, and moving—guides us on a transformative journey in the understanding of emotions.
The major problems that threaten the emotional well-being of today's young people are covered in-depth in this ground-breaking new text by Randy and Tana Page. Topics covered include: low self-esteem, family-induced stress, stress from environmental influences, eating disorders, teen pregnancy, HIV, STDs, substance abuse, depression, suicidal behavior, and violence. This comprehensive textbook not only addresses the problems educators encounter in dealing with the health issues facing today's youth, but also offers coping and stress reduction strategies that work.
Presents a step-by-step guide for increasing emotional intelligence through four core principles: self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, and relationsip management.
Being aware of and in control of your emotions is one of the keys to success in life -- both professionally and personally. Emotional Intelligence For Dummies will show you how to take control of your emotions rather than letting your emotions control you! Discover how developing your emotional intelligence can further your relationships with others, in the workplace and at home. Emotional awareness is also a critical skill for career success, and Dr. Stein provides practical exercises for developing this skill and achieving your professional and personal goals. He also provides valuable insights into how emotional intelligence can be applied to raising children and teenagers and realizing personal happiness. Full of lively anecdotes and practical advice, Emotional Intelligence For Dummies is the ideal book for anyone who wants to get smart about their feelings and reach the next level at work and at home. Manage your emotions - identify your feelings, determine what beliefs cause negative emotions, and stop self-destructive behaviors Discover the power of empathy - read other people's emotions through facial cues and body language and show them you understand their feelings Thrive at work - find a job that's right for you, overcome hassles and fears, and develop your leadership skills Build and sustain meaningful relationships - discover how to take your partner's emotional temperature and manage emotions to grow closer Raise an emotionally intelligent child - keep your cool with your child, coax shy children out of their shells, and get your child to be less aggressive and defiant
Peter Sifneos describes a type of active and brief psychotherapeutic intervention which he believes is tremendously useful for selected patients with circumscribed emotional difficulties. The therapist assists the patient in defining the conflict underlying his dilemma and helps him learn to solve his emotional problems. As a result of this novel educational experience, the patient is able to use these newly acquired techniques to deal with other hazardous situations after the end of treatment. Indeed, the author maintains, the treatment is similar to an immunization procedure that enables certain individuals to prevent the development of emotional difficulties in the future. Dr. Sifneos describes two forms of this short-term therapy, "crisis-intervention" and anxiety-provoking--with emphasis on the latter--and presents in detail the theoretical background, criteria for selection of appropriate patients, technique, and illustrative case material.
What do emotions actually do? Recent work in the history of emotions and its intersections with cultural studies and new materialism has produced groundbreaking revelations around this fundamental question. In Emotional Bodies, contributors pick up these threads of inquiry to propose a much-needed theoretical framework for further studying the materiality of emotions, with an emphasis on emotions' performative nature. Drawing on diverse sources and wide-ranging theoretical approaches, they illuminate how various persons and groups--patients, criminals, medieval religious communities, revolutionary crowds, and humanitarian agencies--perform emotional practices. A section devoted to medical history examines individual bodies while a section of social and political histories studies the emergence of collective bodies.Contributors: Jon Arrizabalaga, Rob Boddice, Leticia Fernández Fontecha, Emma Hutchison, Dolores Martín Moruno, Piroska Nagy, Beatriz Pichel, María Rosón, Pilar León Sanz, Bertrand Taithe, and Gian Marco Vidor.